S Gel - Gel 50g

by Heel
Code
00210210819431
Size:50g
R169.95
Credit: from R16 per month
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Overview

For the temporary relief of arthritic pain, of symptoms associated with injuries (i.e. sports injuries, sprains, bruises) and inflammations of all kinds (i.e. tennis elbow).

Description

Effective relief from pain and inflammation following injury, sprains and arthritis
 

Through its complementary actions on inflammation and healing, Traumeel is an effective treatment for all of the following:

  •  Sprains and strains, especially of the ankles, knees, neck and back
  •  Acute muscle and joint (musculoskeletal) injuries, Bruises, Arthritis
  •  Low back pain (lumbago)
  • Repetitive strain injuries or tendon pain (tendinopathies)

Inflammation – a highly complex process – is the body’s response to muscle or joint injury, and can limit and protect against further damage. However, excessive inflammation can be detrimental to recovery and cause pain.

Traumeel brings together a number of natural ingredients that target inflammation and promote healing in different, complementary ways.

Warnings

In isolated cases, hypersensitivity reactions may occur. Local allergic reactions skin inflammation) have been reported. Not all side effects reported for this medicine are included in this leaflet. Should your general health worsen or if you experience untoward effects while using this medicine, please consult your doctor, pharmacist or other health care professional for advice. If you are pregnant or breast feeding your baby please consult your doctor, pharmacist or other health care professional for advice before applying this medicine.

Directions

Apply to the affected parts 1-2 times daily, or more often if necessary. A dressing may be applied. Replace cap tightly after use. Do not use on open wounds. Always tell your health care professional if you are taking other medicine. In the event of over dosage, consult your doctor or pharmacist. If neither is available, contact the nearest hospital or poison control centre.
 

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