Allermed Relief Gel
Naturopharm Allermed relief gel assists the body's normal immune response to allergic reactions. This includes skin rashes caused by foods, plants, clothing or chemicals or the localised swelling and itching of an insect sting or bite. Rapidly absorbed. Contains tincture of apis 5%, ledum 5% and urtica urens 5%. 30 grams
Use according to directions. Allermed Relief works quickly to reduce the reaction, thus reducing the symptoms and will soothe irritated skin helping to reduce redness and swelling.
Apply liberally to the affected area 3 or 4 times a day, as required.
About Naturo Pharm Naturo Pharm is New Zealand's leading manufacturer and supplier of homoeopathic remedies. New Zealand owned and operated, the company is based in Rotorua in the centre of the North Island where it has modern office, laboratory, manufacturing and warehouse facilities. Established over 30 years ago by the pharmacist founder, Bill Usher, the Naturo Pharm focus is on producing a quality range of homoeopathic remedies that are cost effective, available in most retail pharmacies and health food stores in New Zealand and above all, easy-to-use. Quality is a paramount concern for Naturo Pharm as evidenced by our certification to the internationally recognized AS/NZS ISO 9001:2000 quality standards, unique amongst homoeopathic manufacturers in Australasia. All Naturo Pharm branded products are manufactured in the purpose built laboratories strictly according to Hahnemannian principles, following the procedures outlined in the internationally accepted German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and incorporating modern pharmaceutical manufacturing practices. The vast range of product manufactured has placed the company in the unique position of being able to provide one of the most extensive ranges of remedies and potencies in the Southern Hemisphere.
Contains Tr. Apis 5%, Ledum 5%, Urtica Urens 5%. Gel base of Metalose Myacide Pharma BP, Myacide SP, Glycerol & Purified water.
Keep out of reach of Children. Store below 30 degrees celsius.