Rhomo Oil Warning Signs
- Regular massage of this painkiller is useful in:
- back, joint, and extremity pain from muscles.
- joints and knees that hurt to swell.
- strains and sprains, particularly from the cold.
Rhomo Oil’s Chemical Makeup
- Rhus Toxicodendron 1x: Rhus significantly weakens the forearm and fingers. It tears tendons, ligaments, and fascia.
- Bryonia alba 2x: Joints that are red, swollen, hot, with stitches and tearing; made worse by the slightest movement; stiffness and pain in the knees; stitches and stiffness in the small of the back; and stitches and stiffness in the nape of the neck.
- Terebinthina oleum 1x: Drawing pain in the back and loins when seated, especially in the evening, and drawing in right kidney that extends to hip.
- Camphor officinalis 1x: Numbness, tingling, and coldness; pain between the shoulders; difficulty moving; cracking in joints; and cramps in the calves are effectively relieved.
- Menthol 1x: It relieves lumbar muscle soreness as well as cervical muscle pain.
- Thymol 1x: It provides relief from fatigue and lumbar aches, which are made worse by physical and mental labor.
- Symphytum offocinale 1x: It works to treat general joint pain and relieves knee neuralgia.
How to Use: 3–4 times per day, gently massage the affected area to achieve full relief.
Important Information: Apply only when directed by a doctor. Do not use on exposed skin, open sores, or skin that has been cut or cracked.
|Shelf Life||Long Life|
|Country of Origin||India|
|Suitable For||Veg / Vegetarian|