Lymphdiaral belongs in your first aid kit:
Lymphdiaral® Drainage-Cream from Pascoe has been used worldwide for over 50 years and has excellent tolerability. It can be used for patients as young as 1 year old. The cream is a homeopathic remedy used to relieve symptoms of swelling and inflammation, such as pain, fever, swollen lymph nodes due to injury or recurrent conditions such as earaches, tonsillitis, and sinusitis. Lymphatic drainage is important for optimal lymphatic function.
Common Types of Inflammation:
Earaches, Sore throat, Sinus congestion and stuffy nose, Swollen ankles, Sunburns, Bug Bites, Sports injuries, Back injuries/lower back pain
Application of Lymphdiaral Drainage-Cream:
Apply Lymphdiaral Drainage Cream to the affected area, as well as the closest lymph node region. See the Applying Cream guide here.
The benefits of Lymphdiaral®:
Odorless and non-greasy Excellent tolerability Steroid-free, cortisone-free, anti-inflammatory Lymphdiaral® Drainage-Cream is an effective first aid to relieve symptoms of injuries and also a great remedy for relieving symptoms of chronic injuries or recurrent conditions, including fever and pain.
Swelling Blocks Healing:
Swelling prevents immune cells from entering the area and puts a large burden on the lymphatic system and it is generally the cause of pain and inflammation as it inhibits microcirculation required for healing. Therefore, the swelling and inflammation must be removed to reduce pain. Lymphdiaral drainage cream works to relive symptoms of swelling and inflammation and, therefore, take away the pain. It targets the lymphatic system and encourages your lymphatic system to operate more fluidly. This, in turn, helps to promote a healthy functioning immune system.
Use the Power of Nature: Lymphdiaral uses the power of nature and is made of conium, calendula, and colchicum, plus other ingredients from nature.
Adults and children (1-12 years old): Apply the cream sparingly one to three times daily, first in the lymph node drainage area (neck, groin), then in the area where you are experiencing symptoms.