Rhulief balm relives pain
It inhibits the enzyme responsible for the formation of inflammatory leukotrienes. Boswellia extract has been shown to reduce inflammation and provide significant relief in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, in several human studies. The specific formula of the balm enhances the activity of AKBAMAX® through transdermal passage.
Boswellia Prevents decrease in Glycossaminoglycan
Glycossaminoglycan synthesis is necessary for cartilage repair. Boswellia prevents decrease in Glycossaminogly can levels, whereas NSAIDs can disrupt Glycossaminoglycan synthesis, which can in turn accelerate cartilage damage.
Boswellia Seratta Extract, cinnamomum camphora, Mentha viridis, Eucalyptus globulus, Sesamin Indicum, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil and Bees Wax.
Apply 3-4 times in the affected area and massage gently
For Topical Use Only.
Keep away from direct sunlight
Keep out of reach of children.
1. What are the possible side-effects?
Most people who use Rhulief balm do not have any side-effects. However, side-effects may occur in a small number of users. The most common side-effect is a rash. If you develop a rash when using an anti-inflammatory, you should stop the treatment and ask your doctor for advice.
2. What is the usual length of treatment?
This can vary depending on the reason for treating you, so speak with your doctor for advice. If you are using an anti-inflammatory for acute muscle pain, usually treatment lasts for as long as you have pain and inflammation. For example, a few days, or weeks. But if you are being treated for conditions like osteoarthritis, your doctor may advise you.
3. Do all the topical pain killers act the same way?
No. Topical pain relieving creams have different mechanisms of action, depending on the ingredients in the cream. Many of these creams contain different combinations of a few ingredients and so the mechanisms are essentially different.
4. Can I use this on a damaged skin or on wounds