Thyme cream Vitasan is a multifunctional cream with healing power of thyme and another medical plants
Advanced Clinicals Therapeutic Cream with a wide range of effects on the body. Thyme cream Vitasan helps to relax the tensions that build up in the chest and the nose. refreshes and gives you a feeling of well-being. Suitable for back, feet and neck massage, supports the immune system and the musculoskeletal system with calming and warming up effect.
– rich with with extracts from the medical plants and essential oils
– multifunctional purpose
Thyme cream Vitasan – refreshes and gives you a feeling of well-being
– frequent colds, running noses, bronchitis and flu – apply some cream under the nose, on your chest and back, massage your feet and rub the cream in.
– for women: uterine appendages inflammation, ovarian dysfunction, painful periods, cystitis – apply Thyme cream Vitasan to the lower part of your stomach and the lumbar region
– for men: prostatitis, cystitis – apply the cream to the bottom of your stomach, inguinal region and perineum
– digestion disturbances, constipation, intestine atony, liver and gallbladder diseases (cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, cirrhosis) – apply Thyme cream Vitasan to the liver region with circular movements and take one spoon of artichoke extract three times a day after meals.
– hypotonia (low blood pressure) – apply Thyme cream Vitasan to your forehead and temples with light massaging movements
– to improve appetite (children or after a serious illness) – apply Thyme cream Vitasan on your upper lip under the nose
Apply as needed a few times a day on problem areas.
Hydrogenated soybean (Soy glycine) oil, Thyme (Thymus vulgaris) essential oil, camphor oil, Creeping pine (Pinus mugo var Pumilio) leaf oil, Sweet almond (Prunus dulcis) oil, Eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) leaf essential oil, Rosemary (Rosmarinus Officinalis) leaf essential oil, lemon (Citrus Limonum) peel oil, Chamomile (Chamomilla Recutita Matricaria) essential oil.
PRODUCED IN SWITZERLAND
Finished product not tested on animals