S Ointment 50g

by Heel
Code
00210235230431
Size:50g
R169.95
Credit: from R16 per month
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Overview

Traumeel S Ointment is for the temporary relief of muscular pain, joint pain, sports injuries and bruising.

Description

Traumeel' S is indicated in injuries of all kinds (sports, accidents) such as sprains, dislocations, contusions, effusions of blood and effusions into a joint, fractures etc, inflammatory processes and degenerative processes associated with inflammation of the various organs and tissues (e.g. periodontitis, suppuration of the gingival pockets, periodontosis), including, in particular, on the support and mobility apparatus (tendovaginitis, bursitis, scapulohumeral periarthritis); arthrosis of the hip, knee and small joints. Traumeel' S is contraindicated in patients with a known hypersensitivity to one of the active ingredients or excipients or to plants of the daisy (compositae) family (e.g. Arnica, Chamomilla, Achillea millefolium).

Ingredients

Ingredients: Ointment: Each 50 g contains: Aconitum napellus 3X (Reduces pain after injury) 0.50 g; Arnica montana, radix 3X (Reduces swelling and bruising) 0.75 g; Belladonna 3X (Reduces swelling and pain) 0.5 g; Bellis perennis 1X (Treats bruising) 0.25 g; Calendula officinalis 1X (Stimulates healing process) 0.75 g; Chamomilla 1X (Soothing pain relief) 0.25 g; Echinacea 1X (Immune support) 0.25 g; Echinacea purpurea 1X (Stimulates healing process) 0.25 g; Hamamelis virginiana 1X (Relieves bruised soreness) 0.75 g; Hepar sulphuris calcareum 8X (Stimulates injury healing) 0.125 g; Hypericum perforatum 6X (Relieves pain) 0.045 g; Mercurius solubilis 8X (Reduces swelling) 0.06 g; Millefolium 1X (Treats minor bleeding) 0.15 g; Symphytum officinale 4X (Relieves joint pain) 0.05 g. Inactive Ingredients: Cetylstearyl alcohol, ethanol, paraffin, purified water, and white petrolatum.

Warnings

Traumeel' S should not be administered for pain for more than 10 days for adults or 5 days for children unless directed by a medical practitioner. If pain persists or worsens, if new symptoms occur, or if redness or swelling is present, the patient should consult a medical practitioner because these could be signs of a serious condition. Traumeel' S should not be administered to children for the pain of arthritis unless directed by a medical practitioner. If you are pregnant or breast feeding your baby consult your doctor, pharmacist or other health care professional for advice before taking this medicine. Side Effects: In rare cases, allergic reactions may develop. Interaction With Other Drugs: None Known

Directions

The dosage schedules listed below can be used as a general guide for the administration of Traumeel' S. Traumeel' S shows individual differences in clinical response. Therefore, the dosage for each patient should be individualised according to the patient's response to therapy. The frequency of administration of the oral (Tablets, Oral Drops) and topical (Ointment, Gel) dosage forms may be increased to 5 times daily for the treatment of acute symptoms in both children and adults, unless otherwise directed by a medical practitioner. The oral dosag forms of Traumeel' S should be administered at least 30 minutes after meals and when the oral cavity is free of food material. For best results treatment with Traumeel' S should be initiated immediately following injury or at the first sign of symptoms. Traumeel' S may be administered until symptoms disappear. However, if symptoms persist or worsen, a medical practitioner should be consulted (see Warnings). Always tell your health care professional if you are taking any other medicine. In the event of over dosage, consult your doctor or pharmacist. If neither is available, contact the nearest poison control centre. Adults, children and infants: Apply ointment generously to the affected area 2 to 3 times daily. Traumeel' S Ointment should be rubbed gently into the skin. Traumeel' S Ointment may be applied using mild compression bandaging (4) and/or occlusive bandaging (5). Sufficient ointment should be applied to cover the affected area, but should not be applied over large areas, over broken skin or directly into large open wounds.
 

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