Manufacturer: Guangzhou Medicines & Health Products.
701 Dieda Zhengtong Yaogao medicated plasters provide temporary pain relief from minor aches and pains of muscles and joints, simple backache, arthritis, traumatic injury, strains, bruises and sprains. Also used to temporarily ease pain from bone spurs in areas not covered by thick muscles such as heels and shoulders.
Now available in a convenient pack of 6 plaster sheets, each measuring 10 x 12cm, affordable and super effective to reinforce acupuncture or shiatsu therapy treatments between appointments.
- Borneol 4.0%
- Camphor 10.0%
- Eupolyphaga sinensis 8.0%
- Mentha haplocalyx 5.0%
- Menthol 5.0%
- Methyl Salicylate 10.0%
- Phellodendron chinense 8.0%
- Polygonum cuspidatum 2.0%
- Rheum palmatum 8.0%
- Scutellaria Baicalensis 8.0%
- Zanthoxylum nitidum 8.0%
Non-medicinal ingredients include:
- Gum resin
- Paraffinum Liquidum leve
The plasters are based on a traditional Chinese Medicine herbal remedy which shows anecdotal pain relief of muscular tension by stimulating blood circulation.
How to use: peel off the plastic backing sheet and place the plaster over the sore area. A warming effect may be noticed initially, pain relieving effect will normally last for about 24 hours at which point it should be discarded. It is best to wait a few hours before applying a new patch, many people report a cooling sensation between applying plasters. When using on the torso it is often better to use bi-laterally even for one sided pain.
This product should never be applied over broken skin and use during pregnancy is contraindicated.
Eastential Chinese Medicine, David Yao Chi Guan, Four Seasons Wellness Centre, Shinma Acupuncture, Acuuncture Abbotsford Convent, Abbotsford Medical & Acupuncture Centre, Yuki Murata