Triflora Arthritis Gel Overall Review: 3 out of 5.
The gel aims to treat many forms of soreness, from arthritis to tendonitis to other forms of rheumatism. It has ingredients that doctors have prescribed for many years for relieving pain.
Symphytum officinale, also known as Comfrey or Knit Bone, is thought to be an indispensable herb to many people. It grows in meadows, ditches, and streams and flowers during the warm summer months. It is used to treat the swelling of joints, especially in people who have tried other remedies and have not found relief. There is a popular story of a woman who could hardly move her arm and her doctor diagnosed the arm as being paralyzed. She started rubbing a solution containing comfrey on the area daily, and eventually her arm was healed. Whether or not this story is true cannot be verified, but some experts will say that it is completely feasible.
Users are directed to apply the gel to the affected areas up to four times each day. Doing a patch test to check for allergy is recommended, under a professional’s supervision.
This product does not contain any animal products or petroleum, so it will not leave a residue on skin or clothes.
Triflora Arthritis Gel Benefits:
– may relieve pain
– easy to use
Triflora Arthritis Gel Negatives:
– contains only three ingredients
– more studies may need to be done on the ingredients’ effectiveness
Triflora Arthritis Gel Ingredients:
– Ledum palustre 1X HPUS 2.5%
– Rhus toxicodendron 3X HPUS 5%
– Symphytum officinale 1X HPUS 10%
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