Duoke self-heating antiphlogistic analgesic plaster, 6 pcs
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    Duoke self-heating antiphlogistic analgesic plaster, 6 pcs
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    Duoke self-heating antiphlogistic analgesic plaster, 6 pcs

    Price: €29,90 (including 19 % tax)
    Quantity Price
    1 - 3€29,90
    4 - 7€26,90
    8 - 40€24,90


     

    Antiphlogistic, self-heating plaster for warming therapy with TDP effect and moxibustion treatment and no side effecs.

    The pad heats itself when opened and lasts for 16 hours. The heat warms and stimulates the meridians, removing cold and unblock the blockage that causes pain and inflammation. It can be used for inflammation and pains caused by soft tissue injury, rheumatoid arthritis, hyperosteogeny, cervical spondylosis, lumbar muscle strain, prolapse of lumbar intervertebral disc, periarthritis of shoulders, chronic prostatitis, chronic pelvic inflammation, chronic enteritis and chronic gastritis.

    Action: It can combine the far infra-red ray TPD with moxibustion: warms up & dredges the channels, dispels the wind, removes coldness, invigorates the circulation of blood, accelerates the repair function, diminishes inflammation and stops pain.

    Structure: 1.) Radiation layer: It is made by a flexible TDP plate, which contains 33 elements useful to human body. 2.) Self-heating layer: It is made by non-poisonous environmental protective agents. 3.) Moxibustion and acupoint layer. 4.) The medical tape is ventilating.

    Usage: One plaster per day. Three plasters for one treatment.

    Precaution: People having a high fever should avoid using.  People with coronary disease, pregnant woman and children should follow doctors instructions before using.




    Duoke self-heating antiphlogistic analgesic plaster, 6 pcs €29,90




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    Last Updated: Tuesday, 19 March 2019 21:45