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Herbal Aurum (MK) – The best herbal massage gel


Herbal Aurum – Pain Relief:

  • Herbal Aurum reduces swelling.
  • Herbal Aurum chemical pain relief.
  • Herbal Aurum relief of joint pain.
  • Relief of pain caused by rheumatism and arthritis.
  • Calms all types of sports injuries, compresses, stretches, improves circulation and restores skin’s natural color.
  • Herbal Aurum helps fight inflammation and muscle cramps.
  • Herbal Aurum helps reduce cartilage pain.
  • You will feel relief right after the first application.

Price: 1990 MKD

1. Herbal Aurum – Massage gel with herbal extracts

  • Menthol
    Menthol is a natural anesthetic and has a mild antiseptic effect. Acts on temperature receptors, so menthol gives a cooling sensation to the skin. This relieves symptoms such as swelling, pain, and overheating of the inflamed area.
  • Camphor
    Camphor oil is used in the form of a massage solution, has anti-inflammatory effects and dilates blood vessels in the skin in a short time, creating a feeling of heat, and at the same time, the surface cools the skin slightly. Camphor acts as an antiseptic, prevents inflammation, stimulates circulation, tones the skin, gives a pleasant cooling sensation.
  • Eucalyptus
    In addition to being soothing, eucalyptus oil protects us from bacteria and germs while the skin absorbs it quickly. Eucalyptus oil is recommended for body massage, as it helps treat skin irritations, insect bites, and blisters. For back and shoulder massage, use eucalyptus oil with vitamin E oil, as it facilitates the massage process. As a natural pain reliever, eucalyptus oil relieves pain in the body and joints, ie. Relax both mind and body.
  • Rosemary
    Rosemary has long been known as a medicinal herb. Rosemary essential oil has antioxidant and antiseptic effects, cleans and tones the skin, reduces bloating and is equally effective in improving memory. Rosemary essential oil has antibacterial and antiseptic properties. According to the conclusion of experts at the Medical School in Catania, Italy, it is a substance that helps fight skin damage.

2. Why is the Herbal Aurum Gel unique?

  • Unique patented formula allows:
    – Fastest penetration through the skin
    – Deepest penetration into tissues
    – Dramatically improve local circulation
    – By improving local circulation, we allow it to come with the ability to “self-heal” and correct the condition of the treated site in the most natural way possible.
  • Grandma and grandson
    A young boy, who is an active athlete, tried this gel after deforming his ankle on the advice of his grandmother, who suffered from rheumatism. The healing process, based on the severity of the wound – is surprisingly quick, and the gel helps the hematoma and swelling heal quickly.
    “I was surprised to learn that Herbal Aurum gel helped reduce swelling and hematoma within a few days. It allowed my grandson to return to sports activities.”
    His grandmother, after many years of experience in treating rheumatism and half a year of applying the gel daily, said her joints no longer hurt as before and her movement was significantly easier…
  • Dr. Jasna
    This gel was so much fun and helped Dr Jasna who was having problems with painful and ingrown toenails.
    The Herbal Aurum gel turned out to be better than I expected and fulfilled its “mission” well. The pain subsided very quickly and after a few days completely disappeared.
    Doctors recommend this gel for symptoms: neuralgia and neuralgia, lumbaco pain, sciatica, stiff neck, osteoporosis, back pain, rheumatic diseases (rheumatoid arthritis, mastitis ankylosing spondylitis, gout), hip surgery, stress, shoulder dislocation, knee pain, musculoskeletal disorders of various features and diseases of the spine (spondylolisthesis, herniated disc – and lumbar spinal stenosis).

3. The 4 most common groups of sports injuries

  1. Muscle tension
    Muscle strain is the most common sports injury. This is a condition in which a muscle or tendon is stretched or torn. Common in the muscles are the hamstrings, quadriceps (front thigh muscles), groin muscles, calf muscles, shoulder blades, and back muscles.
    When the muscle is tense, the patient will have symptoms such as: Swelling, pain and difficulty moving in the tense muscle area. In cases where the muscle is less tense, the patient will feel better when the muscle is rested for a few days. In more severe cases, the patient can be in pain for days, making movement difficult.
    When the muscle is tense, the patient can use ice to apply and compress the stretched muscle. In case of severe pain, you can use pain relievers. If the muscle tension does not decrease, the symptoms increase, the patient should go to medical facilities immediately.
  2. Sprain
    A sprain is an injury to a ligament, which is the tissue that connects two or more bones at a joint. A sprain means that one or more ligaments are stretched or torn.
    A sprain is a common injury caused by overuse of the joints. This condition often occurs in the ankle area, when the foot turns inward, causing the ligaments on the outside of the ankle to be overstressed, leading to an ankle sprain. It greatly affects the activities of daily living and the patient’s health.
    Sprains are a common injury during sports
    When sprained, the patient will have symptoms that are purple swelling, hematoma at the damaged ligament, when pressed, it will be painful, very uncomfortable, limited movement in the injured area. If you encounter this injury, the patient should go to the doctor to be examined, examined, and evaluated by a specialist doctor to determine the extent of the injury, from which appropriate treatment can be given. With this type of injury, the patient needs reasonable movement, it is best to consult a physiotherapist so as not to lose the flexibility and flexibility of the ligaments.
  3. Knee Injury
    During exercise and sports, the following types of knee injuries can be encountered:
    – Torn anterior cruciate ligament
    The anterior cruciate ligament is involved in stabilizing the knee joint. An anterior cruciate ligament tear can occur when:
    Putting your feet on the floor in the wrong position
    Change direction too fast
    Stop suddenly
    This condition will have manifestations such as: local pain, swelling, limited movement of the knee joint, making walking difficult.
    Anterior cruciate ligament tear often requires surgery to reconstruct it and physical therapy to restore mobility in the knee.
    – Tear ligaments inside the knee
    The inner knee ligament is located on the medial side of the knee and is the connection between the femur and tibia. Injuries to the inner ligaments of the knee often occur when the knee joint is pushed to the side excessively during movement or when the knee is injured.
    If you are unfortunate enough to encounter this injury, you will have symptoms such as swelling, pain in the knee joint, and instability of the knee joint. This injury can be treated with ice, compression, and physical therapy. If the damage affects other structures such as meniscus or ligaments, you may need surgery.
    – Patella-thigh syndrome
    It is possible to experience patellar-thigh syndrome due to sports activities such as jogging, playing volleyball, basketball. Repetitive movement of the kneecap into the femur can cause damage to the cartilage underneath.
    The common symptom of patella-thigh syndrome is pain, but it takes a while for the patient to feel the pain after being traumatized. Like a sprain injury, with patellar-femoral syndrome, the patient needs to continue to exercise, but should have the guidance of a physiotherapist.
  4. Injuries to the shoulder and arm
    – Shoulder tendonitis
    The shoulder joint is the joint with the largest range of motion in the body, so it is very susceptible to injury. Shoulder injuries account for about one-tenth of all sports injuries. Injuries are often caused by overload or repetitive throwing and pushing.
    The shoulder joint is the most susceptible to injury, but it is also the joint that has the most difficulty in rehabilitation. The reason is that the shoulder joint has a wide range of motion, there are many tendons and muscles involved in its movement, so it will take a long time to recover from an injury before you can play sports again.
    – Rotator cuff tendinitis
    Rotator cuff tendonitis is the most common type of shoulder tendonitis. There are 4 rotator cuffs in the shoulder, located around the shoulder joint, they have the function of strengthening the shoulder, participating in the movements of raising the hand, bringing the hand forward, backward and turning the shoulder.
    This group of tendons is very important, almost responsible for the entire operation of the shoulder joint, but has a very thin structure. Therefore, when you have rotator cuff tendonitis, it will cause pain, reduce or lose movement of the shoulder joint. If not treated properly, this condition will become chronic, when it will be very difficult to treat.
    Manifestations of rotator cuff cuffinitis: Symptoms often occur tendinitis patients do not remember clearly what the cause is. Patients present with shoulder pain, which may radiate up the neck or down the front of the arm. Pain increases when performing movements such as raising hands above the head to serve the ball, whispering in volleyball, badminton, tennis, swimming, … or when performing throwing movements in handball, javelin throwing, …
    Progression of the disease: If not treated promptly and properly, shoulder pain symptoms worsen, pain increases when moving and even when sleeping. Sometimes the pain is so severe that the patient cannot move the shoulder. This long-term condition can lead to complications such as muscle atrophy, stiffness, shoulder loss of movement function, thus disturbing the patient’s life, patients may be depressed, chronic insomnia.
    – Inflammation of the long head of the biceps tendon
    This is caused by:
    Move the shoulder joint too hard, repeated many times.
    Due to a sudden increase in intensity, frequency or duration of exercise.
    Injury to the long head of the biceps tendon is common in sports such as badminton, sailing, tennis, golf, gymnastics, swimming, handball, javelin, …
    Manifestations of long head biceps tendonitis: the patient presents with pain in the front of the shoulder, pain radiating down to the elbow.
    – Scleritis of the humerus
    The cause of lateral epicondylitis is due to excessive movement, when playing sports with repetitive motion movements such as golf, tennis, badminton, table tennis, …
    Symptoms of lateral epicondylitis include: pain on the outside of the elbow, which will improve with rest. If the patient continues to move, the injury will become more serious.

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