Medinatura | Zeel Rx Injection Solution | 10 Ampules

Zeel® Injection Solution is a homeopathic drug indicated: As a mono-therapy, for the treatment of arthrosis/ osteoarthritis, and/or rheumatic joint diseases and for the relief of symptoms such as pain and joint stiffness. In combination with Traumeel® Injection Solution, for the treatment of inflammatory and degenerative conditions of the musculoskeletal system, such...
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Joint Stiffness

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Zeel® Injection Solution is a homeopathic drug indicated:

  • As a mono-therapy, for the treatment of arthrosis/ osteoarthritis, and/or rheumatic joint diseases and for the relief of symptoms such as pain and joint stiffness.
  • In combination with Traumeel® Injection Solution, for the treatment of inflammatory and degenerative conditions of the musculoskeletal system, such as arthrosis /osteoarthritis and/or rheumatic joint diseases, and for the relief of symptoms including pain, swelling, and joint stiffness.

 Zeel is a safe, effective, natural remedy ideal for all ages, including children and seniors. The inclusion of multiple active ingredients represents the modern approach to homeopathic treatment employed worldwide by Heel.

Zeel® Mechanism of action:

Zeel® Injection Solution is thought to initiate changes to improve the synovial fluid surrounding the arthritic joint. This leads to improved joint function and less joint stiffness. Zeel® Injection Solution is also thought to slow down the production of physiological messengers that promote pain and inflammation within connective tissue and cartilage.1

  • Distinct modulating effects on COX-1, COX-2, and 5-LOX activity
  • The dual concomitant inhibition of LOX and COX enzymes in an advantageous pharmacological profile.2

Sources:

1 Gottwald R, Weiser M. Treatment of Osteoarthritis of the Knee with Zeel® Injection Solution T. Medicina Biologica 2000; Vol. 13 No. 4: 109-113.

2 Orlandini, A., Rossi, M., Setti, M., The Effectiveness of Zeel® Injection Solution and new Research Methods in Rheumatology. Biologische Medizin. Vol. 26 (4) 1997, 164-165.

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