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CutisHelp MENTOLEN™ Hemp Rub 200 ml

CutisHelp MENTOLEN™ Hemp Rub 200 ml

Intended for the effective care of: BACK PAIN; TENDON PAIN; PULLED, STRAINED AND STIFF MUSCLES; JOINT PAIN; BRUISES AND HEMATOMAS; TIRED LEGS FROM EXTENDED PERIODS OF STANDING; OVEREXERTION OF MUSCLES FROM SPORT AND WORK; TENNIS/GOLFER’S ELBOW

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Active ingredients

EXTRACTED HEMP OIL
MENTHOL
PEPPERMINT OIL

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CHARACTERISATION:
MENTOLEN is a preparation in the form of a light gel for topical application in connection with pain of the musculoskeletal system with an intense cooling effect. It helps suppress acute and chronic pain, regenerate afflicted tissue, and improve circulation in the area; it is possible to use it even for local massage and as prevention in individuals who place an excessive strain on their muscles and joints. Application does not leave a greasy film or stain clothing. In terms of its use, there is no time or age restriction; it can also be used by small children, pregnant women, and nursing mothers.

USE:
MENTOLEN should be applied in a circular motion or by gently massaging the affected area at least twice day or, in the case of acute pain, as needed. Pain relief is felt immediately following application. In acute cases, we recommend using the gel for at least one week (a substantial improvement can be felt in 2-3 days). In chronic cases, the length of application depends on the patient’s individual feelings and requirements; however, to achieve the best effect, the preparation should be used regularly and for an extended period of time. In case of pain from severe inflammation, MENTOLEN should be combined with DOLOR-END cream, which has substantial anti-inflammatory properties.

  • BACK PAIN (vertebrogenic complaints, sciatica), tendon pain, strained, pulled and stiff muscles, joint pain (arthrosis, arthritis), bruises and hematomas, tired legs from extended periods of standing, overexertion of muscles from sport and work, tennis/golfer’s elbow (epicondylitis)