For tendinitis, sprains and strains and RSI injuries.
The properties of the herbal extracts combine to:
* reduce inflammation and so relieve pain (Arnica, Allium cepa (onion) & Hypericum)
* help reduce the build-up of calcium deposits, which can prolong tendinitis (Oxalis & the Essential Oils of Rosemary & Lemon)
* promote the healing of damaged tissue (Ruta & Symphytum)
Use on strained Achilles tendon or ham-strings injuries, exercise related strains, especially after sudden, unaccustomed exercise, pulled muscles, twisted ankle, strained back, bruises to bony area eg blow to the shin, broken bones after the removal of the cast. Also repetitive strain injuries eg "tennis elbow" sports-related conditions and work-related conditions such as computer keyboard incorrect or over use.
Used early in the treatment of tendinitis, it can successfully slow and reverse the development of the condition. Therefore the use of stronger, conventional anti-inflammatories (and their side effects) can be avoided.
Tendinitis Cream is a good example of how a Weleda medicine can play an important role in the early treatment of a medical condition, and thereby avoiding the use of conventional medicines.
What else should I know?
Tincture, % w/w equiv. to fresh plant juice: Allium cepa, bulb 2.5%; Oxalis acetosella, leaf 2.5%; Ruta graveolens, herb 2.5%. Decoction, % w/w quiv. fresh root juice: Symphytum officinale 2%. Tincture, % w/w equiv. to dry plant: Arnica montana, flower 0.9%; Arnica montana, rad. 0.1%. Oil extract, % w/w equiv. to fresh flower: Hypericum perforatum 2%. Oil extract, % w/w equiv. to dry flower: Arnica montana 1.31%. Camphor 2%; Lemon Oil 1.13%; Rosemary Oil 2%.
Adults/Children: Gently massage into the affected area, three to four times daily in the acute stage and twice daily as the condition improves, or use as directed by your practitioner.
Do not use on broken skin or under occlusive dressing. Harmful if swallowed, (because of the camphor and essential oils).
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