Recovery H Cream has so many health benefits that the “H” could represent healing: a truly all-purpose healing cream for recovery. It helps relieve minor burns (including sunburn) and assists healing of minor wounds and various skin irritations. Types of irritations include: rashes, eczema, poison ivy, poison oak/sumac, insect bites and vaginal itching.
As an astringent, it helps in the treatment of varicose veins and reduces the pain and swelling associated with anal fissures. It is also a pro-sexual compound, which can be helpful for erection maintenance or personal lubrication (safe for oral use). The ingredients have also been known to increase testosterone levels over time, which is eventually measurable in urine samples. Recovery H Cream is both anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial, and a healing, soothing alternative for whatever your skin needs.
L-Arginine was studied by the Colorectal Research Group in the Netherlands in 2005. While nitric oxide donors like isosorbide dinitrate and glyceryl trinitrate can promote hemorrhoid healing, they also commonly have migraines as a side effect. The study of 15 patients found that application of a gel containing L-Arginine offered complete healing without the headache side effect.
Avena Sativa (Oat Bran)
Avena Sativa is commonly used to soothe inflammatory conditions, such as burns and eczema.
Saw Palmetto promotes the reduction of inflammation; it has been traditionally been used by men and women for generations.
Supportive studies show that the silver ions of Colloidal Silver are highly effective against bacterial infections, including resistant strains. Silver also kills bacteria in external wounds in living tissue; physicians routinely use wound dressings containing silver sulfadiazine.
A study published in Norway found that Folic Acid can reduce inflammation in veins. During the six weeks of supplementation, cells incubated in the presence of folic acid were normalized from the hyperhomocysteinemic state.
Witch Hazel Extract
Witch hazel is abundant in tannins, making it an effective styptic and vasoconstrictive. It has been effectively used for hemorrhoids and other venous conditions. Aloe Vera Leaf Gel Aloe is commonly known for its healing properties, especially for cuts and burns. The natural compounds of aloe vera provide hydrating, anti-inflammatory and anti-irritant effects.
Clinically studied and found to help treat certain skin diseases like eczema, yellow skin, conjunctiva and psoriasis, Wild Yam nonetheless has a history of being used as an anti-inflammatory, to treat colic and rheumatism, and is rumored to have been used by the Mayans and the Aztec as a pain reliever.
Pumpkin Seed Oil
Rich in essential fatty acids, and with a high ratio of Omega-3 compared to other seeds, Pumpkin Seed Oil appears able to interrupt the triggering mechanism of prostate cell multiplication of testosterone and DHT; while the exact mechanism for this effect is still a matter of discussion, scientists speculate that it is the compound delta-7-sterine which is responsible. The oil also contains high levels of zinc and carotenoids.
Pygeum Bark Extract
Pygeum contains triterpenes, which are able to reduce inflammation in the body.
Believed to inhibit the aromatization (conversion) of testosterone to estrogen, effectively enhancing free testosterone levels, Chrysin is a bioflavonoid found in the plant Passiflora coerula, a member of the passion flower family.
Stinging Nettle Extract
A recent study published in Phytomedicine found that lipophilic stinging nettle extracts act as powerful anti-inflammatory agents. This study suggested that these lipophilic extracts could be more effective than traditional tinctures in inflammatory conditions.