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Traumeel is a fixed combination of several natural ingredients. It is used to treat the symptoms associated with acute musculoskeletal injuries.


It is a balanced treatment that targets multiple inflammatory markers and relieves pain and strain on joints and muscles. It does this by stimulating specific areas to restore them to their normal function to help you get back to your everyday activities.

How does it work?


Traumeel take a multi-target approach to treating muscle and joint sprains, pain and inflammation.


Inflammation is the body's response to muscle or joint injuries, and can limit and protect against further damage. However, excessive inflammation can be detrimental to recovery and cause pain.


Traumeel brings together a number of natural ingredients that target inflammation and promote healing in different, complementary ways. It does this by reducing small pro-inflammatory proteins and increasing the small anti-inflammatory proteins in the body and thus restoring the balance.


There is evidence that the Traumeel ingredients, when put together, work more effectively than when they are administered separately.

What injuries can it treat?


Traumeel can provide relief of pain and strains in joints and muscles, including the back, knee, foot, wrist and neck. It can provide relief from injuries, sprains and arthritis through its complementary actions on inflammation and healing.


It is an effective treatment for all of the following:

- Sprains and strains, especially of the ankles, knees, neck and back.

- Acute muscle and joint (musculoskeletal) injuries, bruises and arthritis.

- Low back pain (lumbargo).

- Repetitive strain injuries or tendon pain (tendinopathies).

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Want more information about Traumeel?


Visit the Traumeel website by clicking here.


Or read Traumeel - an emerging option to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs in the management of acute musculoskeletal injuries by Christian Schneider, published by the International Journal of General Medicine. Click here to download.

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