Outstanding, Natural Anti-Inflammatory Cream – ‘Traumeel’

by You Be Healthy

Heel-BHI's Traumeel 3.53oz

I carry this cream in my Sports Toolbox now! Great for bruising and muscle pain!

My fantastic massage therapist, Andre, advised me to buy Traumeel, a homeopathic cream, which would help with swelling after my ACL Knee surgery.  He always has great tips so I knew that I needed to find this cream ASAP.  I immediately went out and picked up a tube of ‘Traumeel’, made in Germany, and started using it as soon as my incisions were healed (about day 5).

I was totally blown away.  This homeopathic remedy is just outstanding and helps alleviate swelling – fast.  All my doctors are in awe at the speed of my recovery, and I know that this cream helped bring the swelling down quickly (along with the other preventative measures – See My Knee Surgery Journey).

Remember, inflammation means the body is healing.  We need to control inflammation, but not suppress it completely, like most ‘off the shelf’ anti-inflams do.

The ingredients act together on inflammation around an injury and can be used for just about any injury as a first aid treatment.  I not only used it on the knee area, but also on my hamstring which was very tight after surgery.

This product contains the following active ingredients: Arnica montana, radix 3X, Calendula officinalis 1X, Hamamelis virginiana 1X 1.50 g each; Aconitum napellus 3X, Belladonna 3X 1.00 g each; Bellis perennis 1X, Chamomilla 1X, Echinacea angustifolia 1X, Echinacea purpurea 1X 0.50 g each; Millefo.

This natural remedy is great for sprains, repetitive use (tendonitis), post-surgery, muscle pain, arthritis, bruising, ligamant injuries etc. You can buy it in most health food stores or you can also buy Traumeel online.

Traumeel is now in my very important ‘sports injury arsenal’, along with my Arnica tablets.

To YOUR health,


You Be Healthy

PS.  Along with Traumeel, I follow the RICE principal – Rest, Ice, Compression and Elevation!  I also supplement with natural anti-inflammatories which you can read about in my “Knee Surgery Journey” section.

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