Homeopathic remedy used to relieve symptoms of swelling inflammation and infection such as pain fever swollen lymph nodes due to injury or recurrent conditions such as earaches tonsillitis and sinusitis.
Lymphdiaral® sensitive-cream is a homeopathic remedy used to relieve symptoms of swelling and inflammation, such as pain, fever, swollen lymph nodes due to injury or recurrent conditions such as earaches, tonsillitis and sinusitis. It has been used worldwide for over 50 years and has excellent tolerability. The sensitive-cream from Pascoe is a great option for children and for application on sensitive areas.
Common Types of Inflammation and Swelling:
Sore throat or tonsillitis
Sinus congestion and stuffy nose
Back injuries/lower back pain
Application of Lymphdiaral sensitive-Cream
To learn more about how to apply Lymphdiaral sensitive-Cream, please see the Applying Cream guide here.
What Are the Benefits of Lymphdiaral®:
Odorless and non-greasy
Steroid-free, cortisone-free, inflammation-relief
Lymphdiaral® Sensitive Drainage-Cream is an effective first aid to relieve symptoms of injuries and also a great remedy for relieving symptoms of chronic injuries or recurrent conditions. It is suitable for children over the age of 2.
Use the Power of Nature:
Lymphdiaral uses the power of nature to help relieve symptoms of swelling and inflammation. Made with conium, calendula, and colchicum, plus other ingredients from nature.
Also Available from Pascoe:
For non-sensitive option see Lymphdiaral® Drainage-Cream, which is especially useful for larger parts of the body and less sensitive areas.
For Oral administration see Lymphdiaral drops, which is especially useful for swelling and inflammation associated with infection.
Cetostearyl alcohol may cause local skin irritation (e.g. contact dermatitis). Consult a healthcare practitioner before using in pregnancy or breastfeeding. In the absence of adequate experiential documentation, this homeopathic remedy should not be used in children under 2 years of age.
There have been very rare reports of itching skin rashes, which resolve after discontinuation of the ointment.