Dilates blood vessels at the area of application, the result is a pleasant feeling of warmth. Helps in elimination of muscular spasm and increases metabolism in the area. The active ingredients of the balm penetrate deep into the skin and affect the nerves, which results in rapid pain relief. Has a strong warming effect. Relieves swelling, eliminates muscle spasm. Muscles and ligaments become more elastic, capable of easy movement, and resistant to stresses and injuries.
Aluminium container, 90g
Do not apply on damaged or irritated skin.
External use only! Apply a small amount (one pea-sized drop is enough for more than 100 cm2 of skin) and massage into the affected area 1-3 times a day. For better effect it is desirable to cover the damaged area with some cloth. After application wash your hands thoroughly.
Avoid contact with the eyes, nose or mouth - it can cause a harmless but unpleasant burning sensation. Remove from skin: use vegetable oil or nourishing cream, from the eyes – use clean vaseline.
The drug should be stored away from direct sunlight, at a temperature between 15 and 30 degrees Celsius.
Stic Lac Oil (in real red balsam it is contained in an amount of at least 28%) - a red resinous substance, secretion of insect species Lac, the most often cultivated species is Kerria lacca. Lacquer (Shellac) is produced in India, China, Laos, Thailand and other countries of Southeast Asia.
Insects are planted by farmers on a carrier tree (Millettia pinnata, also used in traditional medicine), where they begin to build their homes on thin branches. After some time, the insects migrate, and the rubbery mass (Sticlac), which forms the basis of their homes, is collected by farmers, and after careful processing and separation of unnecessary elements turns into Seedlac, and then into Shellac.
Shellac: This substance has long been used for a variety of purposes: in India as a cosmetic, in China for the treatment of leather goods. Varnish in the countries of Southeast Asia was used for dyeing silk and wool, since its dye is resistant to ultraviolet radiation and does not "fade" in the sun. In jewelry, lacquer was used in the manufacture of bracelets and caskets. In addition, due to its properties to hold its shape well when hardened, the varnish was used to seal valuable mail, and of course, to decorate women's nails.
Until now, Stic Lac Oil is used as a natural color (carmine) for juices, soda, sauces, preserves and sweets. He is even mentioned in the ancient Indian epic Mahabharata. In the traditional medicine of India and Southeast Asia, varnish is used as a hepatoprotector, an anti-obesity agent, and also as a base for the manufacture of ointments and balms.