China Gel – Herbal Therapeutic Gel for Topical Pain Relief

China-Gel Topical Analgesic is a soothing, greaseless therapeutic gel that provides fast relief of minor aches and pains associated with simple backaches, arthritis, bursitis, strains of muscles and joints and sports injuries. It is used professionally by chiropractors, physical therapists, massage therapists, and in athletic and rehabilitation programs.China-Gel is a natural, greaseless, therapeutic gel that incorporates modern technology with ancient pain-relieving concepts of Chinese medicine. China-Gel has a pleasant, menthol/lavender fragrance on application that ultimately becomes odorless as the gel dries.

China-Gel looks and feels like a fine cosmetic hand cream. It completely dissolves upon application and does not leave a greasy residue. Contains the natural substances of Menthol, Cinnamomum, Camphora, Ginseng Extract, Angelica Extract, Lavender Oil, Aloe Vera Gel, and Witch Hazel.

When applied as directed, China-Gel is designed to stimulate the body’s endorphin response to pain and reduces the pain-producing ” P factor ” in muscle tissue, thereby lessening pain and discomfort, and enhancing healing. The deep penetrating effect offers long lasting cool-to-warm soothing relief.

China-Gel is suggested for the following conditions: muscle strain, joint pains, arthritis, tendinitis, sports injuries, leg cramps, bursitis, rheumatism and for use in rehabilitation and massage therapy.

China-Gel has been widely recognized for its effectiveness, and is used at highly-regarded medical treatment centers like the Mayo Clinic and by professional athletic teams.

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