Natura All Heal Plus Ointment 40g
All Heal Plus (Ointment) is a homoeopathic medicine which acts as a topical skin antiseptic and assists in the treatment of: abrasions; boils; blisters; insect bites; skin ulcers; septic wounds; slow healing wounds; minor localised skin infections; localised inflammatory skin conditions. COMPOSITION: Homoeopathic complementary medicine. HOMOEOPATHIC MODE OF ACTION: Calendula officinalis is a topical antibacterial that promotes rapid healing of superficial injuries, open wounds, skin abrasions, cuts, scalds and burns.Echinacea angustifolia has antibacterial, antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties and assists in the treatment of superficial injuries and topical inflammation, boils, recurring carbuncles, irritation from insect bites. It also has strong immunostimulant properties to help treat and counter the spread of infection. Hamamelis virginana acts primarily on the muscular walls of veins to improve circulation, relieve venous congestion, inflammations and burns. Natrum muriaticum helps to relieve dry or crusty eruptions on the skin, itchy skin, hives and fever blisters. Stellaria media has anti-inflammatory properties and assists in the relief of gout, rheumatism and all superficial inflammation with redness. Symphytum officinale has significant anti-inflammatory activity for topical treatment of minor wounds, skin inflammations, ulcers, sprains, strains and bruises.
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