Product information Walkingred ointment
The name 'Walkingred' is derived from the medical term for the rash that is often (50% of the time) visible after an infected tick bite. This medical term, Erythema Migrans, means, translated into Dutch, 'walking redness'.
Walking red is for external application only. It is a pleasant, completely natural ointment based on 6 herbal extracts. This ointment can't cause damage.
On the skin immediately after a tick bite.
For skin conditions resulting from a tick bite. (i.e. if a red infected spot or circle appears)
The ointment consists of 50% wool grease. For the remaining 50% the ointment consists of:
- Teasel root (Dipsacus fullonum), concentrated decoction.
- Japanese Knotweed Root (Polygonum cuspidatum) concentrated decoction.
- Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) tincture.
- Sarsaparilla root (Smilax glabra) tincture.
- Marigold (calendula officinalis) oil.
- Kalmegh (Andrographis paniculata) powder.
Dosage and use:
Rub gently and gently on the site of the tick bite or where the skin is red.
The same is possible on the skin around painful joints, for example around painful knees. In combination with internal remedies (for example tincture of tincture), this increases the healing effect on the spot.
Rub in in the morning, at noon and before going to sleep.
The ointment is also particularly suitable for children and babies who can absorb the active ingredient from the medicinal plants in this gentle way through the skin.
Do not exceed recommended maximum daily dose
The shelf life of the ointment is 2 years.
Keep tightly closed and at room temperature out of reach of children.
Walking red ointment is not a medicine but a herbal preparation. This product information cannot replace the advice of a doctor or therapist. For all other questions, please consult your therapist or contact us.
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