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Trauma Drops

Trauma Oil

Turmeric • Chamomile



Anti-Trauma Remedy

A blend of the olive oil extracts of:

• Calendula flower (Calendula officinalis) 40%
• Arnica flower (Arnica montana) 30%
* St. John’s Wort flowering tops (Hypericum perforatum) 30%

* Fresh • Dried

Uses: Indicated in injuries, strains and inflammations of muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints: fractures and dislocations, sprains, bruises, contusions, arthritic joints and rheumatic pains.

: Massage gently into traumatized area until well absorbed, and then cover with a cotton cloth.

Adjunct Therapy: Trauma Drops Compound can serve as an internal adjunct treatment in conjunction with topically applied Trauma Oil.

Cautions: This compound is not a substitute for emergency medical care. Traumatic injuries should be cared for by a qualified healthcare practitioner.

Thermal or sun burns should be “cooled down” with cold water or ice packs before applying Trauma Oil or any other oil-based application.

Prolonged topical use of Arnica, or application to open wounds or broken skin, may rarely cause irritation. Discontinue use if these symptoms appear

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