Zirochka Analgesic Balm is recommended both as a prophylactic remedy for external use to improve skin functional state, and as a therapeutic and prophylactic remedy for pain in the back and joints, muscles, ligaments, sports traumas without injuring the skin.
Mint oil, camphor, menthol, black bryony or marsh cinquefoil and chili pepper extract, tourmaline, methyl salicylate, lanoline, petrolatum, propylene glycol.
Mint oil has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects, mint oil vapors provide antimicrobial action.
If applied locally, camphor has a mild anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects.
Methol provides mild local analgesic effect; it also has light antiseptic properties.
Methyl salycilate quickly penetrates to the tissues, provides antiseptic effect, relieves pain, inflammations, edemas, and improves microcirculation.
If applied locally, tourmaline has irritating properties and provides detracting (analgesic) and slight anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effects.
Black bryony (Tamus communis) has anti-inflammatory, analgesic, wound healing, hemostatic properties.
Marsh cinquefoil is a popular plant in folk medicine, having anti-inflammatory, analgesic, wound-healing and antipyretic effects.
Apply (slightly rubbing) 1-2 g of the balm to the damaged skin area three-four times a day, until state improvement; to intensify its effect, apply warming dressing. If used as a prophylactic remedy, apply for up to 24-30 days. It can be alternated with other products for external use. Sensitivity test is obligatory before application: the balm is applied to internal arm surface, if there is no hyperaemia, the remedy is allowed for use.
Individual sensitivity to certain components
15 g tube