TOPRICIN (Topical BioMedics)
Key Facts: Â Â Topricin is an odorless non-irritating anti-inflammatory pain relief cream that provides excellent adjunctive support in medical treatments such as post surgical, physical and occupational therapy, chiropractic. Greaseless and contains no lanolin, menthol, capsaicin, or fragrances.
Active Ingredients: Â Â (HPUS) Arnica Montana 6X, Echinacea 6X, Aesculus 6X, Ruta Graveolens 6X, Lachesis 8X, Rhus Tox 6X Belladonna 6X, Crotalus 8X, Heloderma 8X, Naja 8X, Graphites 6X.
Inactive Ingredients: Â Â purified water, highly refined vegetable oils, glycerin, medium-chain-triglyceride.
Major Uses: Â Â Topical relief of inflammation & pain, and a healing treatment for soft tissue & trauma/sports injuries.
Benefits: Â Â relieves swelling, stiffness, numbness, tingling and burning pain associated with these soft tissue ailments: carpal tunnel syndrome, other neuropathic pain, arthritis, lower back pain, muscle spasm of the back, neck, legs, and feet, muscle soreness, crushing injury, and sprains. First aid: bruises, minor burns. Use before and after exercise
Directions: Â Â Apply generously 3-4 times a day or more often if needed making sure to cover the entire joint or area of pain. Massage in until absorbed. Reapply before bed and at the start of the day for best results.
For further information go to www.topicalbiomedics.com
Safety Information: Â Â For external use only, use only as directed, if pain persists for more than 7 days or worsens, Consult a doctor. This homeopathic medicine has no known side effects or contraindications. Complies with FDA standards as an OTC medicine. Safe to use for children, adults, pregnant women and the elderly.
4 oz jars & 2 oz tube
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