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Injurease Oral Spray

$ 14.95

Injurease spray has a wide application of uses for injuries at home, work, sports and recreation. It is for the relief of soft tissue injuries, bruises, joint sprains, muscle strains and soreness after exercise.


Injurease spray is more suitable for adults than children, as it is alcohol (ethanol) based. The spray is instantly absorbed under the tongue, making it a good first aid remedy.  Its convenient size makes Injurease spray ideal for carrying in sports bags, cycling packs, first aid kits and handbags, without the risk of spilling.

Injurease spray contains active  ingredients with a long tradition of use in natural medicine for success in treating injury symptoms  The key ingredient is Arnica, a well known herbal remedy for all kinds of trauma. In addition there are several other active ingredients that work together to provide a broad spectrum of action on injured tissues.



  • Active ingredients: Arnica montana 30X, Bellis perennis 30X, Bryonia alba 30X, Hypericum perforatum 30X, Rhus toxicodendron 12X, Ruta graveolens 15X, Symphytum officinale 30X
  • Inactive ingredients: Purified water with 30% ethanol as a preservative.


Instructions for use: Injurease download


Traditional uses of the active ingredients in Injurease include the following:

Arnica montana

  • Traumatic injuries, falls, blows.
  • Contusions (bruises), black and blue areas.
  • Aching of limbs and body, sore lame bruised feeling.
  • Pain in joints and muscles.
  • Sprain injuries, overstrain and overuse.

Bellis perennis

  • Blows, falls, accidents. Sprains and bruises.
  • Muscular soreness, lameness as if sprained.
  • Injury to deeper tissues.
  • Bruising and swelling after injury.

Bryonia alba

  • Pain as from sprains, especially of periosteum and ligaments.
  • All pains are worse from slightest movement.

Hypericum perforatum

  • Injuries to nerves, especially fingers and toes.
  • Traumatic neuralgia (nerve pain).
  • Tingling, burning and numbness.
  • Injury to coccyx (tailbone) with pain.

Rhus toxicodendron

  • Muscle strains and soreness from over-exertion.
  • Stiff, paralysed sensation in joints from sprains and over-lifting.
  • Injuries to muscles, tendons and joints from blow or fall.

Ruta graveolens

  • Injury to periosteum, cartilage, tendons and joints.
  • Lameness after sprains.
  • Complaints from straining tendons, tendinitis.
  • Pains – bruised, sore, aching and restless.

Symphytum officinale

  • Injuries to tendons, cartilages and bone.

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg

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