ECO PAIN Pain Relief Heat Patches harness the power of natural medicine & modern science and are easy and convenient to use.Natural temporary relief for:
Open pouch and remove patch. Peel off protective film and apply sticky side to the affected area.
Re-apply a new patch no more than 3 times daily.
You should feel a warm sensation where the patch is applied.
Remove immediately if you feel any burning or discomfort.
Wash hands after applying patch.
Capsaicin is a chilli pepper extract with analgesic properties. Capsaicin, the most pungent ingredient in red peppers, has been used for centuries to remedy pain. Menthol is derived from the herb peppermint.
Menthol has many potential health benefits. When applied topically it has been shown to help treat pain and inflammation.
Camphor is a naturally occurring compound of the camphor laurel, a large evergreen tree found in Asia. Camphor formulations for pain and inflammation have been widely used since the 18th century. Camphor is a major active ingredient of many balms and liniments applied as topical analgesics.
Eucalyptus is native to Australia and is the main food for koalas. Used in many traditional medicine systems eucalyptus oil was used in Aboriginal medicines to heal wounds and fungal infections. More recently, eucalyptus oil has been used in creams and ointments to relieve muscle and joint pain.
These ingredients are traditionally used in herbal medicine to help to help relieve pain and inflammation in the muscles and joints.
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IF SYMPTOMS PERSISTS PLEASE SEE YOUR DOCTOR OR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL
Always read the label. Use only as directed. Do not use with heat pad or other skin medications. Product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. Do not use if pregnant, planning to become pregnant or breast feeding. Do not apply to damaged or broken skin. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. If swallowed call your Poisons Information Centre immediately. Australia only 131 126.
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