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Rumalaya Liniment and other painkillers no Rx

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Product name : Rumalaya Liniment

Dosage : 60 ml

Quantity : 2, 4 bottles

Min price : $9.95 per bottle

Delivery : US to US & Worldwide

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Rumalaya Liniment is a herbal formulation used for relieving pain associated with musculoskeletal inflammatory disorders.

Indications include:

arthralgia
sprains and strains
arthritic conditions including osteoarthritis, gout, frozen shoulder, etc.
cervical and lumbar spondylitis
low backache
painful/traumatic inflammatory conditions like fibrositis, bursitis, synovitis, capsulitis, tenosynovitis, myositis, and sciatica
sports injuries

The anti-inflammatory effect of Rumalaya liniment reduces inflammation and swelling.
The rubefacient action of Rumalaya liniment helps relieve pain.


Recommendations

Follow the directions for using this medicine provided by your doctor or pharmacist. Use your medicine exactly as directed.

Pour sufficient quantity of Rumalaya liniment and massage gently till the liniment is absorbed. Apply two to three times daily, or as directed.


Precautions

Tell your doctor before using Rumalaya liniment, if you are allergic to any medicines.


Ingredients

Extracts:
Bakuchi (Psoralea corylifolia)
Maricha (Piper nigrum)

Oils:
Tila (Sesamum indicum)
Gandhapura taila (Gaultheria fragrantissima)
Sarala (Pinus roxburghii)

Powders:
Karpura (Cinnamomum camphora)
Pudina satva (Mentha arvensis)
Ajamoda satva (Carum copticum)

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