Ointment 1 oz
Helps with the treatment of some discomfort caused by hemorrhoids.
Temporarily relieves discomforting symptoms such as itching, burning, and swelling associated with hemorrhoids.
Adults: when practical, gently cleanse the affected area before use. Apply product generously to affected area up to 2 times daily, preferably at nighttime. Store in a cool, dry place.
Children under 12 years of age: Please consult your physician.
DO NOT USE: If you have an allergy or sensitivity to ingredients found in this formula. Avoid contact with the eyes. If contact occurs, thoroughly rinse your eyes with water. Do not exceed the recommended dosage unless directed by your doctor. STOP and talk to your doctor if bleeding occurs, symptoms persist, worsen or continue after 7 days or if a rash develops. If pregnant or nursing, talk to your health professional. Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose or allergic reaction, seek medical help or contact your local Poison Control Center right away. Do not use if seal is broken or missing.
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Active ingredient Ratahnia’s purpose is to help relieve the discomforting pain after evacuation and relieve burning sensation. Ratanhia, is a medicinal root that contains tannins. Tannins are astringents that help support the shrinking of body tissue1.
Another active ingredient is Hamamelis virginiana, a yellowish flower, also known as witch-hazel. This plant leaves, branches, and bark was used by past generations to treat topical skin affections like burns, sores, insect bites, ulcers and hemorrhoids… applications that are still currently in force2,3. Therefore, Hamamelis has been recognized by its astringent, anti-inflammatory and hemostatic properties3. Additionally, this bright yellow-flowering plant helps with itching, slight pain and overall discomfort associated with hemorrhoids.
- Singh, A. P., & Kumar, S. (2019). Applications of Tannins in Industry. In Tannins-Structural Properties, Biological Properties and Current Knowledge. IntechOpen.
- European Medicines Agency Committee Of Herbal Medicinal Products. (2009). Assessment report on Hamamelis virginiana L., cortex, Hamamelis virginiana L. folium, Hamamelis virginiana L., folium et cortex aut ramunculus destillatum.
- Villar del Fresno, AM. (2001). Hammamelis virginiana. Phytochemistry, pharmacology and therapeutics (Fitoquímica, farmacología y terapéutica). ‘’Professional Pharmacy Magazine’’ Orig; Revista Farmacia Profesional. Vol. 15. No. 6. 86-91
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