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BHI/Heel - Traumeel Gel - 8.75 oz.

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BHI/Heel - Traumeel Gel - 8.75 oz.

  • Code#:58264
  • Manufacturer:BHI/Heel
  • Size/Form:8.75  oz.
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BHI/Heel - Traumeel Gel - 8.75 oz. (250 g)

BHI/Heel Traumeel Gel is an anti-inflammatory and analgesic combination formulation of 14 natural ingredients.

Benefits of using BHI/Heel Traumeel Gel:

  • Quick healing action
  • Scientifically proven safe and effective
  • Odorless
  • Smart alternative to other over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications

Heel Products
There are more than 200 Heel homeopathic products available without a prescription. Medical Doctors, Doctors of Oriental Medicine, Naturopathic Physicians, Chiropractors, Licensed Acupuncturists and other healthcare providers have long supported Heel’s wide array of innovative natural medicines. Heel encourages you to try other medications from Heel.

Heel medicines have become – to millions of people worldwide – trusted therapies for many common conditions and an essential addition to at-home healthcare.

Why Heel?
Heel homeopathic fo rmulas are based on over 60 years of therapeutic use. Instead of relying on only one active ingredient, Heel formulas are combinations of key homeopathic ingredients derived from plant, animal, and mineral sources. These ingredients work together to provide multi-symptom
relief from many common ailments.

Heel products are:

  • Safe and effective for the whole family
  • Non habit forming or addictive
  • Smart alternatives to conventional medicines

Heel's Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between homeopathic products and dietary supplements?
Homeopathic medicines are often mistaken for herbals or food supplements when indeed they are drugs that are regulated with different standards by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

How effective are homeopathic treatments?
Homeopathy, which has been practiced worldwide for nearly 200 years, has been proven effective in numerous clinical studies. Additionally, many internationally recognized medical journals – including Lancet, Pediatrics and British Medical Journal and Archives or Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (an American Medical Association publication) – have documented homeopathy’s healing ability.

How long will it take until I see improvement?
Symptomatic relief may be immediate; therapeutic improvement typically occurs within 1 to 7 days. The rate depends on a number of factors including the type and amount of dosage, the condition being treated and your age and overall health.

How often can I take Heel homeopathics?
The beauty of homeopathic medicines is that they are safe to begin taking immediately which allows you the opportunity to address your health concerns at the first sign of symptoms appearing . You may continue to take homeopathic medicines as necessary. Tthey suggest you take the recommended dosage
found on the package or talk with your healthcare practitioner.

Can I take other medications while using Heel products?
Yes. Homeopathic medicines don’t interact dangerously with other medicines, in other words, there are no known drug interactions. Unless directed otherwise by a physician, all medications are safe to take in conjunction with Heel products.

About Traumeel
In the late 1920's, a conventionally-trained German physician, Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg, M.D. (1905-1985), began researching and experimenting with homeopathic remedies. He was initially drawn to homeopathy while in medical school when a homeopath cured his father of a serious kidney disease. He completed his medical degree, then went to Berlin to study with masters of homeopathy. Once he began treating patients with homeopathic remedies, Dr. Reckeweg noticed how quickly the patients required another remedy. This concerned him since he was closely following the guidelines of well-experienced homeopaths. In his practice he observed that many human diseases seemed to be caused by exposure to toxins, both of external and internal nature. He termed this principle "Homotoxicology"; in other words, the study of toxins to humans. The presence of such toxins was undeniable in view of the increasingly polluted environment and widespread damaging lifestyle choices.

Dr. Reckeweg expanded Homotoxicology into a medical theory with many innovative aspects. He elaborated a six-phase table of Homotoxicology, by which physicians can trace a patient's medical history and locate the present medical complaint. He described 'vicariation' of illnesses (i.e., improvement and deterioration) and codified a Great Defense System of Five Parts. His treatise on Homotoxicology was published in 1955.

Dr. Reckeweg obtained better results with combinations of homeopathic remedies than with single remedies and took to developing formulas for his own patients. Consequently other medical colleagues began requesting his combination formulas. The number of requests escalated so rapidly that in 1936, Dr. Reckeweg founded a company to produce his medicines. He called the company Heel (an acronym of four Latin words: herba est ex luce or 'Plants come from light') Between 1936 and 1979, he developed over one thousand homeopathic combinations and Heel grew to become the world's leading producer and marketer of homeopathic combination products, with product distribution throughout the world.

In 1979, with the goal of introducing his combination formulas to the U.S., Dr. Reckeweg relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Soon after his arrival he began formulating homeopathic combination medicines and created a new company, Biological Homeopathic Industries (BHI), to produce and market his products. BHI entered the U.S. market with a line of some 50 newly combined homeopathic preparations, homeopathic publications produced by S.O.H.N.A. Publishing Company, seminars for physicians, and sales representatives.

Upon the death of Dr. Reckeweg in 1985, BHI's name was changed to Heel. Today Heel is the exclusive manufacturer and distributor of Heel products to health care practitioners throughout the U.S. Heel also manufactures and markets its BHI product line to health food retailers as well as health care practitioners in the U.S., and exports to many foreign markets as well as offers contract manufacturing to domestic companies.


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Adults, Children and Infants: Apply gel generously to affected areas 2 to 3 times daily. Traumeel Gel should be rubbed gently into the skin. Traumeel Gel maybe applied using mild compression bandaging and/or occlusive bandaging. Sufficient gel should be applied to cover the affected area, but should not be applied over large areas, over broken skin or directly into open wounds.

For external use only.

Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to Traumeel or any of its ingredients.

Side Effects: In rare cases, allergic skin reactions may develop.

Tamper evident: Do not use if seal around the entire bottle is broken or missing.

Warnings: If symptoms persist or worsen, a physician should be consulted. In rare cases, patients with hypersensitivity to the product ingredients may experience an allergic reaction after administration of Traumeel. Keep this and all drugs out of the reach of children.

Storage: Avoid freezing and excessive heat. Store at room temperature.

Active Ingredients: Each 250 g of gel contains: Calendula officinalis 1X, Hamamelis virginiana 1X, Arnica montana, radix 3X 3.75 g each, Aconitum napellus 3X, Belladonna 3X 2.50 g each, Bellis perennis 1X, Chamomilla 1X, Echinacea 1X, Echinacea purpurea 1X 1.25 g each, Millefolium 1X 0.75 g; Hepar sulphuris calcareum 8X 0.625 g; Mercurius solubilis 8X 0.3 g; Symphytum officinale 4X 0.25g; Hypericum perforatum 6X 0.225 g.

Inactive Ingredients: carbomerum 980 NF, ethanol, purified water, and sodium hydroxide.

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By Jill (Port Saint Lucie , FL )

This is an amazing pain relief gel! It has helped me and my husband with muscle pain and cramps, bruises, back pain and overworked bodies from too much exercise! I'd highly recommend it

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By soeun (Dublin , CA )

I bought this for my parents and they absolutely love it. It works great!

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By Raquel (Merrimack , NH )

I have fibromyalgia and often my joins hurt due to the muscles tightening so much that they pull on the joints. I'd started to use Traumeel Gel and it helps a bit.

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Manufacturer Info

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About BHI/Heel

Heel inc. was originally founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1979 by Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg, MD, as biological homeopathic industries (BHI). Dr. Reckeweg, who also founded Heel in Baden-Baden, Germany in 1936, relocated to the United States to continue his scientific investigations and introduce U.S. practitioners to homotoxicology and the Heel products involved in its application. Today, Heel is one of the largest homeopathic pharmaceutical manufacturers in the world, with distribution in over 60 countries. “Heel” stands for herba est ex luce, which translates to: “plants come from the light”.

*The products and the claims made about specific products on or through this site have not been evaluated by or the United States Food and Drug Administration and are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. The information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health care professional or any information contained on or in any product label or packaging. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment. You should consult with a health care professional before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.

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