Zen Pain Relief Herbal Liniment Spray

100 ml

By Zen
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Zen Liniment is a combination of 8 traditional herbal medicines and 2 essential oils that penetrate directly into the site of pain or injury.

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The herbs and oils have been selected for temporary pain relief and local reduction in inflammation whilst improving circulation and healing to the specific area.

Zen Liniment helps relieve:

  • Muscle pain
  • Arthritis and rheumatism
  • Minor sporting Injuries
  • Joint pain
  • Bruises and sprains
  • Muscle Spasms

Zen is:

  • Safe and effective for chronic ailments such as mild arthritis
  • Rapid penetration and relief
  • Multi-herb blend to speed up recovery time

Ingredients:

Boswellia carterii stem bark resin
In China and India this herb has been used for centuries to treat inflammatory arthritis. It contains boswellic acids, shown to invigorate the blood helping relieve muscle pain and reduce swelling.

Panax pseudoginseng root
This herb works to eliminate blood stasis which improves blood circulation which reduces bruising and swelling, helping to speed up recovery time.

Angelica polymorpha root
A Traditional Chinese herb well known in Eastern medicine for its anti-inflammatory properties and its positive effect on relieving pain. Additionally it used to nourish and moisturise the joints to promote mobility.

Spatholobus suberectus stem
This herb has been added to the formulation as it enriches the blood and promotes blood circulation whilst relaxing tendons. Traditional indications for its use in Eastern medicine when related to joints and muscles are for soreness, numbness, and immovability of extremities.

Commiphora myrrha stem bark resin
The Chinese used this herb in ancient medicine to treat wounds and bruises. It is also considered a pain reliever when pain is the result of blood stagnation.

Drynaria fortunei rhizome
Helping activate blood circulation manifested as rheumatism. It restores bones and tendons, for fracture and trauma.

Dipsacus japonicus root has been traditionally used for broken bones, raptured tendons and broken skin.

Arnica montana flower
Arnica Montana has anti-inflammatory properties. When applied to the skin it offers pain relief associated with sporting injuries, such as sprains, bruises and general muscle aches.

Mentha arvensis herb oil
Also known as Japanese mint, this oil has a beautiful scent and has traditionally been used for its pain relieving properties.

Cajuput oil
Has a warming effect which promotes circulation. The oil provides a smoother touch on the skin.

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