+ Organic Silicium:
It protects the bones and joints: it is a fundamental part in the mineralization of the bones. Its presence is essential for the synthesis of fibers such as elastin and collagen, in which silicon is found to a large extent. It keeps the joints flexible and prevents the deterioration of cartilages.
It is a potent analgesic and healing agent.
It protects against free radicals and cellular oxidation.
It plays an important role in the general metabolism of the body: it is involved in the regenerative process of cells by restoring the ionic balance of those that are damaged or weakened and increases cellular exchanges.
Properties: analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobials.
Arnica-montana also has a high rubefacient power; this means that it is able to stimulate blood circulation in the area in which it is applied.
+ Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove):
Cloves are used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine, in traditional Chinese medicine and in western herbal medicine and dentistry. Its essential oils act as a pain reliever (analgesic).
+ Symphytum Officinale (Comfrey):
Properties: Cell regenerative, astringent, demulcent, anti-inflammatory and healing.
+ Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea):
Properties: anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatory and anti-aging due to its high content of polyphenols.
+ Helichrysum Stoechas (Evergreen):
Properties: antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory and antioxidants.
Properties: antialgic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, stimulant of the circulation, sudorific, thermal and balsamic.
Properties: analgesic, toning, refreshing and antiseptic. Due to these properties, it has great relevance in muscle treatments, osteoarthritis and inflammatory processes.
+ Castor Oil (Ricinus Comunis):
This oil is recommended for the treatment of pain; it also has antibacterial, antiviral and fungicidal properties.
+Achillea Millefolium (Achilles Grass or Yarrow):
The magic plant
The yarrow is one of those plants used for centuries in healing potions, so it has always been accompanied by a halo of magic and mystery for its excellent properties. Originally from northern Europe, this plant of the Asteraceae family owes its scientific name, Achillea millefolium L., to the Greek hero Achilles, who, according to legend, used it to heal the wounds of his soldiers (that is why it is also known as "Grass of the soldiers").
What active ingredients make it "magic"?
It has plenty of essential oil which contain:
Chamazulene and other azulenes, with anti-inflammatory activity.
Sesquiterpene lactones that reinforce the anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial action.
Linalool, camphor, eucalyptol, cineole and caryophyllene.
Tannins, haemostatic effect and healing by its astringent action.
Flavonoids, such as apigenin and rutin, with anti-inflammatory and antispasmodic activity.
Alkaloids such as aquilein, which contributes to the hemostatic action.
Salicylic acid, with anti-inflammatory activity.