Traumeel has become to million of people worldwide a trusted therapy for musculo-skeletal aches and pains and an essential to at-home health care.
With no known adverse or side effects, and backed up by more than two dozen scientific and clinical studies.
Traumeel is a safe and effective alternative to conventional anti-inflammatory medication and can be used at any age.
It is used for the temporary relief of aches and pains associated with sports injuries, sprains, back aches, muscle aches and bruises in addition to minor arthritic pain and inflammation.
Traumeel is an inflammation regulating drug, analgesic, anti-edematous and anti-exudative agent.
► Rapidly reduces inflammation, relieves pain, bruising and promotes healing after an accident, injury or surgery.
► It has been used to aid recovery from sprained joints, strained/pulled muscles, bruises, nerve pain, swelling, post-surgical pain and to promote wound healing.
► It is widely used in sports medicine.
Safe and Effective for the Whole Family
Over 40 years worldwide therapeutic use by:
► General Surgeons
► Massage Therapists
► Dental Surgeons
► General Practitioners
► Sports doctors
► Plastic Surgeons
► Veterinary doctors
PHARMACOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL NOTES
common name - Mountain arnica
To stimulate the healing of wounds, fractures, dislocations, contusions, haematomas, myocardial weakness, neuralgia, myalgia, analgesic, haemostatic.
common name - Calendula
Slowly healing wounds, promotes granulation, analgesic.
common name - Witch hazel
Venous stasis, varicose veins, (thrombo-)phlebitis, crural ulcers, haermorrhoids, venous haemorrhages, anti-inflammatory, analgesic
common name - Milfoil
Haemorrhages, especially precapillary arteriovenous (anastomosis), oozing haemorrhages.
common name - Deadly nightshade
Localized reaction phases, cerebral sensitivity with cramp and delirium.
common name - Monkshood
Fever with hot, dry skin, neuralgia, inflammatory rheumatism;improvement of the vasotonia: analgesic, haemostatic
Mercurius solubilis Hahnemanni (mixture containing essentially mercuroamidonitrate)
Suppurations, abscesses, gingivitis, stomatitis, nasopharangeal catarrh, catarrch of the sinuses, cholangitis, shrinking action on oedematous conditions
common name - Calcium sulphide
Tendency to suppuration, especially on the skin and lymph glands (furuncles, puodermia, panaris, phlegmons), tonsillar abscesses, chalazions, hordeolums, haemicrania, urinary disorders, hypersensitivity to cold and draughts.
Common name - Chamomile
Anti inflammatory; stimulates granulation, promotes healing in difficulty healing wounds and ulcers; fistulae, haemorrhoids, mastitis, intertrigo, aphthous stomatitis, conditions of restleness and excitation, disorders of dentition, otitis media, glandular swellings.
common name - Comfrey
To accelerate callus formation in fractures; periostitis, causalgia, disorders arising from amputation stumps; contusions.
common name - Daisy
Dislocations, contusions, sensation of soreness in the abdominal wall/cavity, exudative processes; resorption of oedema.
common name - Narrow-leaved cone flower
Increase in the mesenchymal defenses in inflammation of all kinds and locations, septic processes; hyaluronidase inhibiting, anti-inflamatory action.
common name - Purple cone flower
Activation of the histogenous and haematogenous defences in inflammatory processes and general infections, fibroblast-stimulating effect.
common name - St. John's wort
Neural and cerebral injuries, e.g. commotion cerebri, neural pains upon or after injuries; haemostatic.
The dosage is adjusted according to the disease, the clinical picture and the stage of the illness.
Drops: 10 drops directly on the tongue 3 times daily; for swelling of the soft tissues, 30 drops 3 times daily.
Tablets: 1 tablet dissolve on the tongue 3 times daily; at the start of the therapy, possibly 1 tablet every - hour for 1-2 days.
Ointment: To be rubbed in several times daily (as sport or massage ointment) or spread on.
Ampoules: At first daily, later 1 ampoule 1-3 times weekly i.m., s.c., i.v., i.d. (possibly formation of a wheal), or pericapsularly or periarticularly/infiltratively.
Why should you use or recommend
►An effective anti-inflammatory / analgesic
►Anti-edematous / anti-exudative
►For acute trauma, injuries of all sorts (sports, accidents) and temporary relief of arthritic pain
►No adverse renal, hepatic, cardiovascular gastro-intestinal or CNS side effects
►No known adverse drug reactions
►Compatible with allopathic remedies
►Compatible with local anesthesia
►Can also be used for irritations
►Not contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation Safe for children