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Applications are known in moisturizers and sunscreen products as mucilage containing humectants are magnificent. Softens, tones and moisturizes the skin and is considered a plant callicida as it helps in the reduction and elimination of viral warts. Its essential oil is characterized by not doing too good smell. Even so, it is used in perfumery.
Kyrocream is the result of combining in perspective oleic extracts of three herbs popularly recognized for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic and medicinal properties. Arnica, hypericum and calendula plants are used always for his great qualities in the prevention and resolution of muscle and joint problems; reduce bruises and contusions and improve blood circulation as well as the condition of the skin, providing hydration, elasticity and comfort.
Kyrocream will help prevent and combat muscular fatigue after physical exertion and will relieve any fatigue.
In the design and development of advanced technologies Kyrocream emulsion applied enabling technical and natural product that can be applied at any time of the day for its pleasant texture, fast absorption and good smell.
Kyrocream composition, based on natural products, means you can use it as many times as necessary. The recommendation is for two to three applications a day.
Apply Kyrocream is easy. Practice massage spreading a thin layer of product over the affected area until completely absorbed.
Internally it is used to treat amenorrhea and dysmenorrhea, migraine ... Although scientifically it has not been possible to demonstrate their effectiveness, popular medicine gives regulatory action and soothing menstrual cycles.
Arnica is a perennial herb found in the mountains for much of Europe. In the Iberian Peninsula is located in the Cantabrian Mountains and the mountains of Galicia and Catalonia, exclusively in the Pyrenees between 1,600 and 2,400 m altitude. Grows feet tall and makes yellow flowers. Despite being a central plant native to Europe, can be found throughout the world.
Oleic extracts by maceration of arnica have been used as folk remedies since ancient times have recognized the following virtues:
- Soften, hydrate, and rebuild damaged skin eczema or acne.
- Recover the joints and sore muscles.
- Relieve local inflammation, whether caused by overexertion or trauma own bumps and jolts.
- Improve forecasting and soothe rheumatic pain episodes and special way, the pain of osteoarthritis of the hands.
- It's a known and recognized remedy eliminate skin bruises and hematomas.
By that improves superficial blood circulation, rubs made with extracts of arnica are very helpful in relieving fatigue and heavy legs and for the same reason, to prevent surface blue veins.
The rub arnica helps absorb lactic acid from the muscles, with consequent relief from muscle soreness after intense physical activity or sport.
Medicinal arnica references come from far away. Formerly the mountain farmers smoked dried leaves of arnica for bronchitis or mixed with honey and filled clay pots where let marinate a couple of years and then drying and grinding all very fine, and a kind of snuff made which made and uncapped sneezing nose. It was also used to prevent colds.
Also called St. John's wort. The name seems to come from the Greek would say that is above the icons. The leaves, backlit view, seem to have a few small holes filled with essential oil. Hence comes the name perforatum, and if we crush these pellets essential oil with your fingers, we leave them tinted yellow. It is a typically European shrub but it can also be found throughout the world, even in Europe it is often considered an invasive plant.
Since ancient times, St. John's wort has been considered one of the most refreshing and anti-inflammatory herbs. In traditional folk medicine, St. John's wort has been used to speed wound healing.
Whole plant is used from the medical point of view but especially the flowers and leaves.
As ointments or liniments, for topical use, hypericum extracts are very good antiseptic and healing of ulcers and wounds, and suitable for the treatment of burns. They are also excellent anti-inflammatory.
The dry extracts of Hypericum infusions are used as antiparasitic agents, antidiarrheal and diuretic.
Examining whether hypericum can replace synthetic anxiolytics and antidepressants in long-term treatment.
Fitness is a relaxing and at the same time improves memory and mental focus capacity.
In Catalonia, the wort or chest, he said "scares the hell" why are hung in windows, balconies and doorways, and burning in the corners to ward off witches and demons, especially the night of San Juan.
Calendula is a perennial herbaceous plant of a half a meter high and the same family as Arnica Montana. Since Greek times and perhaps earlier, has been used for its medicinal and therapeutic properties. Formerly also used as a natural dye yarns and fabrics.
Etymologically, indicates that calendula has a long flowering period, because it is a plant that makes yellow flowers from spring to autumn, and the name expresses officinalis medicinal character. It is a temperate plant but has been cultivated in all gardens of Europe.
It is widely used in the form of infusions, tinctures, and ointments for the treatment of skin and mucous membranes, especially in the resolution of inflammatory processes or slow-healing. It is also a good remedy for dermatitis. Regarding topical mucosal used for inflammatory disorders of the mouth and pharynx. The extracts of marigolds have shown to stimulate wound epitalización and show anti-inflammatory activity in edema.
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