Aromatica Comfrey ointment with camphor 50 ml muscles, tendons, joints, and joint pain relief
The traditional comfrey ointment, which is based on lard processed to meet pharmacopoeia requirements, has its origins in medieval medicine. The ointment is enriched with other plant extracts that multiply the effect of comfrey. Its advantage is very good spreadability with the possibility of creating a very thin layer that does not prevent skin breathing. Due to the similar composition of pork fat with fats contained in the human body is very well absorbed. Chlorophyll content contributes to skin regeneration. The absence of dyes and perfumes reduces the risk of allergic reactions.
- to massage muscles, tendons and joints
- to relieve joint pain
- to reduce regeneration in sprains, bruises and postoperative scars
- to regenerate injuries after sports performance
- to treat hardened or chapped skin and its regeneration
Comfrey ( Symphytum ) - One of the most well-known and widely used folk remedies to heal wounds and bruises. The plant is attributed the ability to accelerate the healing of bone fractures - hence the name of the plant. Comfrey ointment has been known since the Middle Ages. The active substances are allantoin, pyrrolizidine alkaloids, tannins, sterols, etc. It has a beneficial effect on wound healing, sprain, strain on muscles or joints. It can also be applied to cracked skin, possibly to reduce swelling. The herb helps with varicose veins and ulcers, but it is not advisable to use it for open wounds.
Camphor ( Camphora) - The substance contained in some vegetable essential oils, originally obtained from the wood of a camphor. Today, this substance is produced synthetically. Important is the external use of camphor in ointments and lubrication. The substance is used as a derivative (blood circulation in the skin), antirheumatics and in neuralgia.
Eucalyptus essential oil ( Oleum eucalypti ) - Essential oil is obtained from the leaves of the Eucalyptus globulus . It contains eucalyptol, which smells pleasant and is a source of healing effects. For internal use, essential oil is useful in bronchitis to release mucus and facilitate expectoration. Externally, eucalyptus has antibacterial effects, reduces muscle tension and cramps and brings relief to headaches. Used to massage bruises and strained muscles.
Vitamin E (Tocopheryl acetate ) - A natural antioxidant that effectively protects cells from oxidative stress and the effects of free radicals, helping to slow down the aging process. Its effect is also manifested in wound healing.
Chlorophyll ( Chlorophylum ) - Green plant dye contained in plastids. It is a complex pyrrole magnesium-containing dye. The substance has anti-inflammatory effects, accelerates epithelization and skin granulation. It is used in the treatment of pressure ulcers, burns, purulent skin infections, wounds and necrosis.
2–3 times daily as a gentle massage.
Storage: Do not
store above 25 ° C. Use by the date indicated on the package.
In people with sensitive skin, we recommend checking the compatibility of the ointment by rubbing a small amount into the skin before application.
Opaque plastic container with a 50 ml screw cap.