MOMR RUMAIAN HERBAL BANDAGE- levomenthol and methyl salicylate patch
MARYHELEN ORIENTAL MEDICINE RESEARCH
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L-MENTHOL – 3.0%
Methyl Salicylate – 10%
Keep out reach of children to avoid accidental poisoning. If swallowed, get medical help or consult a poison control center right away.
USES for the relief of pain in breasts.
Do not use:
• On wounds
• On infected or damaged skin
• While exercising or performing sweaty activities (yoga, swimming, and etc.,)
When using this product:
• Avoid contact with eyes or mouth
• Do not bandage tightly
Stop use and ask a doctor if:
• Condition worsens
• Symptom clear up and occur again within a few days.
• Symptom persist for more than 7 days.
• Nausea, vomiting, abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, or skin rash occurs.
• Excessive irritation of the skin develops
• For adult women use only
• Take Rumaian patches out of the box and place on the side of each of the breasts.
• Use once a day, leave both patches on for 3-6 hours
• Remove patches after usage and place back in the box
• Patches are effective for 30 days
• When storing, keep patches away from sun exposure
Inactive ingredients: Cotton, Oldenlandia Diffusa, Angelica sinensis and Rehmannia glutinosa.
| MOMR RUMAIAN HERBAL BANDAGE |
l-menthol, methyl salicylate patch
|Labeler — MARYHELEN ORIENTAL MEDICINE RESEARCH (079650440)|
|MARYHELEN ORIENTAL MEDICINE RESEARCH||079650440||manufacture (69559-3921)|
Revised: 02/2015 MARYHELEN ORIENTAL MEDICINE RESEARCH
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