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SOLUM oil 100 ml rheumatic diseases, neuralgia (nerve pain)

SOLUM oil 100 ml rheumatic diseases, neuralgia (nerve pain)

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SOLUM oil 100 ml rheumatic diseases, neuralgia (nerve pain)

rheumatic diseases, neuralgia (nerve pain) Solum oil

areas of application:
stimulation of warmth organization and harmonization of sensory organization, e.g. B. rheumatic diseases, weather sensitivity, spinal column syndromes, neuralgia (nerve pain).
In acute conditions that are associated with reddening, swelling or overheating of the joints, a doctor should be consulted, as well as in the case of persistent or unclear symptoms, as these may be diseases that require medical clarification.

rheumatic diseases, neuralgia (nerve pain) Mode of action:


A bog extract from raised bog peat (Solum uliginosum), obtained in the north German Verlüßmoor on Teufelsmoor, is an essential component of Solum oil. The unique forces of the moor have an even, gentle warming, loosening and excreting effect. They strengthen and get the life processes in the connective tissue metabolism of the body flowing again. Solum Oil provides relief from rheumatic pain and increases the resilience of the joints. 

The moor forms an invisible but noticeable protective cover and stabilizes weather-sensitive joints against external influences. Lavender essential oil has a calming and relaxing effect. After rubbing in, an enveloping woolen cloth preserves the soothing warmth. The valuable peat extract is also available as a Solum ointment.


For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.

Anthroposophical medicine for rheumatic diseases

Active ingredients

  • 2 mg Equisetum ex herba LA 20%
  • 2 mg Aesculus hippocastanum and semine LA 25% sicc.
  • 196 mg moor extract (1:5); Extractant: water
  • 50 mg lavender oil

ingredients

  • Olive oil, virgin
  • wool wax

Anthroposophical medicine for rheumatic diseases, sensitivity to weather and nerve pain

Areas of application according to anthroposophical people and knowledge of nature.
These include: stimulation of the heat organization and harmonization of the sensory organization, e.g. in rheumatic diseases, weather sensitivity, spinal syndromes,
nerve pain (neuralgia).

Contraindications:
Solum oil should not be used if there is inflammation or injury to the skin or if there is hypersensitivity to any of the components.

Precautions for use and warnings:
A doctor should be consulted in the event of acute conditions that are accompanied by redness, swelling or overheating of joints, as well as in the case of persistent or unclear symptoms, as these may be illnesses that
require medical clarification . What do you need to pay attention to during pregnancy and breastfeeding? Like all medicines, Solum oil should only be used during pregnancy and
breastfeeding after consulting a doctor. Wool wax can trigger localized skin reactions (e.g. contact dermatitis).

Interactions with other products:
None known.

Dosage and method of use:
Unless otherwise prescribed, rub 2 to 3 ml of oil into the area of ​​the body 1 to 2 times a day, then cover with a woolen cloth.

Duration of use:
The duration of the treatment of chronic diseases requires consultation with the doctor.

Side effects:
In rare cases, allergic skin reactions may occur. The medicine should then be stopped and a doctor consulted. Reporting side effects If you notice any side effects, contact your doctor, pharmacist or nurse. This also applies to side effects that
are not stated in this leaflet.

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