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Kinomai® Cream Cayenne

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Joint Soothing Cream - Scent Free Topical Pain Relief

Temporarily relieves aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with one or more of the following: simple backache, lumbago, strains and sprains (involving muscles, tendons, and/or ligaments), and arthritis

Kinomai Registered Trademark - Cream with Cayenne

While it contains a broad array of healing herbs, not to mention MSM, this version of our Kinomai™ Cream is keyed to its capsaicin content. Capsaicin is the most important biochemical component of cayenne, a herb that has been used for centuries as a topical analgesic. In fact, it is over 50 times more potent than just the herb. This excellent cream is particularly effective for the relief of joint-related aches and pains that are associated with simple backache, lumbago, strains and sprains, and especially arthritis.

Our herbal ingredients are Certified Organic/Organic/Wildcrafted. Formulated with organic preservatives. Paraben free.

NPN 80024136

Available sizes: 100ml

Ingredients

Certified Organic Olive Oil
Frankincense (Boswellia sacra)
Meadowsweet (Spiraea ulmaria)
Mullein
Salix alba
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)

Certified Organic Olive Oil

Rich in phytonutrient compounds, olive oil is the centrepiece of a healthful Mediterranean diet, which has been conclusively correlated with a lower incidence of a remarkably broad range of diseases.

Frankincense (Boswellia sacra)

Recent studies have indicated that frankincense tree populations are declining due to overexploitation. Heavily tapped trees have been found to produce seeds that germinate at only 16%, while seeds of trees that have not been tapped germinate at more than 80%. Animals in Oman often browse on the tree's foliage, flowers, and seedlings, resulting in scant regeneration; the mature trees that remain are apparently dying.

Meadowsweet (Spiraea ulmaria)

The whole herb possesses a pleasant taste and flavour, the green parts having a similar aromatic character to the flowers, which led to the plant’s use as a strewing herb on floors, to give rooms a pleasant aroma, and also as a flavouring agent in wine, beer, and many vinegars. The flowers can be added to stewed fruit and jams, giving them a subtle almond flavor. Meadowsweet has many medicinal properties. The whole plant is a traditional remedy for an acidic stomach, and the fresh root is often used in negligible quantities in homeopathic preparations. Dried, the flowers are used in potpourri. It is also a frequently used spice in Scandinavian varieties of mead. Chemical constituents include salicylic acid, flavone glycosides, essential oils, and tannins.

Mullein

A tall plant with a stem that rises to a spike characterized by small yellow flowers, mullein grows in well-lit, disturbed soils throughout the temperate zones of Europe and Asia, as well as North America.

Salix alba

Hippocrates, Galen, Pliny the Elder and others knew willow bark could ease aches and pains and reduce fevers. It has long been used in Europe and China for the treatment of these conditions. This remedy is also mentioned in texts from ancient Egypt, Sumer, and Assyria. The first "clinical trial" was reported by Reverend Edward Stone, a vicar from Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, England, in 1763 with a successful treatment of malarial fever with the willow bark. The bark is often macerated in ethanol to produce a tincture. The active extract of the bark, called salicin, after the Latin name Salix, was isolated to its crystalline form in 1828 by Henri Leroux, a French pharmacist, and Raffaele Piria, an Italian chemist, who then succeeded in separating out the acid in its pure state. Salicylic acid, like aspirin, is a chemical derivative of salicin.

Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)

One of the major threats that sunflowers face today is Fusarium, a filamentous fungus that is found largely in soil and plants. It is a pathogen that over the years has caused an increasing amount of damage and loss of sunflower crops, sometimes as extensive as 80 percent of damaged crops. Downy mildew is another disease to which sunflowers are susceptible. Their susceptibility to downy mildew is particularly high due to the sunflower's way of growth and development. Sunflower seeds are generally planted only an inch deep in the ground. When such shallow planting is done in moist and soaked earth or soil, it increases the chances of diseases such as downy mildew. Another major threat to sunflower crops is broomrape, a parasite that attacks the root of the sunflower and causes extensive damage to sunflower crops, as high as 100 percent.

Label information

Medicinal Ingredients (per dose): 

Capsaicin 0.025% 

Non-Medicinal Ingredients: 

Aqua (Purified water )

MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane)

Extra Virgin Olive Oil (Olea europaea),

Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil 

Boswellia sacra(Frankincense) resin

Verbascum thapsus (Mullein) extract 

Salix alba (White Willow) bark extract 

Spiraea ulmaria (Meadowsweet) extract 

Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s Wort) extract

Ricinus communis (Castor) seed oil

Cocoa butter

Cetyl alcohol

Virgin Coconut oil

Sorbic acid

Stearic acid

Glyceryl stearate SE

Vegetable glycerine 

Commiphora myrrha(Myrrh) resin extract

Honey

Citrus grandis (Grapefruit) seed extract

Benzoic acid

Benzyl alcohol

Xanthan Gum

Potassium sorbate

Citric acid 

Dosage:

Adults, Adolescents and Children ≥ 2: Apply thinly and evenly to affected area up to 3–4 times per day. Rub and/or massage into skin until solution vanishes. For external use only.  Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Do not apply to wounds or damaged skin. Wash hands after use. Do not bandage tightly. Do not apply with external heat, such as electric heating pad, as this may result in excessive skin irritation or burn.  

Children (2–12 yrs. old): Application should be supervised by an adult. 

Duration of Use: 

Use as directed for 2–6 weeks. Consult a health care practitioner for use beyond 6 weeks. For the relief of arthritic pain, may take 1–2 weeks to produce beneficial effects.

Cautions and Warnings: 

Discontinue use and consult a health care practitioner if symptoms persist and/or worsen after 7 days or re-occur within a few days. If overdose or accidental ingestion occurs, call a poison Control Centre immediately.

Known Adverse Reactions: 

Headache, erythema, redness, rashes and/or burning discomfort have been known to occur; in which case, discontinue use. Hypersensitivity such as allergy has been known to occur; in which case, discontinue use.

Keep out of reach of children. Do not use if seal is broken. Store at room temperature.
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