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Turpentine Gum 100ml

Turpentine Gum 100ml


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Turpentine Gum 100ml

Turpentines therapeutic properties have been highly valued since ancient times. Turpentine has strong antimicrobial, expectorant and anti-inflammatory properties. Terpentine is used in inhalations for bronchitis, flue and quinsy. Due to its wound healing activity terpentine gum has a positive influence on bad ulcers, burns, scratches and mastitis. Nowadays turpentine baths are getting wide popularity. These baths are of great help for cardiovascular system disorders; osteoarticular system disorders (arthritis, rheumatism and osteochondrosis); urinary diseases (cystitis, pyelonephritis); liver and gall bladder problems (hepatitis, cholecystitis, cirrhosis); respiratory apparatus problems. The product is 100% natural and is made from the best herbs without dyes, additives and preservatives.

Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.

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This information is for general purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional for any medical concerns or questions you may have.

Turpentine Gum

Turpentine gum, derived from the resin of pine trees, has been used for various purposes throughout history. It is known for its potential therapeutic properties, but it's essential to use it cautiously and under proper guidance. Here are some key points about turpentine gum:

Key Uses and Considerations

  • Traditional Uses: Turpentine gum has traditional uses that include its application in folk medicine practices.
  • Potential Benefits: Some sources suggest that turpentine gum may have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
  • Caution: The use of turpentine gum requires caution and should be approached with care. Consultation with a healthcare professional is advisable.

How to Use Turpentine Gum

  1. Dilution: If using turpentine gum topically, it's recommended to dilute it with a carrier oil to prevent skin irritation.
  2. External Application: Apply diluted turpentine gum externally to the desired area, following appropriate guidelines.
  3. Internal Use: Internal use should only be considered under the guidance of a qualified healthcare practitioner, if at all.

Please note: This information is provided for informational purposes only and should not replace professional medical advice.

Additional Information
SKU 1662
Brand Salem Botanicals
Size No
Manufacturer ATE Pharm

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