Tova - Miracle Tissue Regenerating Topical Balm

Regular price CAD$54.00

Properties:

  • Speeds up recovery of blood channels in tissues
  • Enhances blood absorption from hemorrhages 
  • Promotes tissue regeneration
  • Helps to heal scars (when present for less than one year)
  • Anti-inflammatory, due to plant hormones, flavonoids, neryl acetate, various glucosides
  • Anti-allergic
  • Powerful antioxidant
  • Anti-viral

Suggested Ingredients: Extracts in olive oil and essential oils of Everlasting (Helichrysum italicum), Myrtle and Lavender.

Usage instructions:

  • Blood spots, burns, hematomas (particularly for people taking blood-diluting medications), scars: Massage the affected area every 3 hours, for acute cases, or 1-2 times a day, until problem is solved.
  • Couperose, dark pigmentation: absorb onto the skin daily, for at least one month (precede it with MESHI Facial Serum).
  • Gingivitis; Ulcers; Pemphigus; Teething babies:  Massage the gums at night.  (A reduction in sensitivity and a change of color may appear already within 1 hr; an improvement in the condition of the gums may appear within days).  Avoid brushing with detergents-containing toothpastes (the Oral Hygiene Spray may substitute such toothpastes).
  • Anal fissure:  Immerse a piece of cotton wool in the Hemorrhoids Treatment Balm and drip 3 droplets of the Everlasting Tissue Regenerating Oil.  Place near the anus and leave overnight.  Repeat for at least 2 weeks.
  • Lupus pains:  Apply twice daily on required areas.
  • Skin allergies:  Apply onto skin in the evening.  Consider usage of the NIKUZIT Detox Infusion internally.
  • Herpes wounds  (of all types): apply 2 times a day.  Consume the NIKUZIT Detox Infusion during the treatment.
  • Internal use (cholesterol, blood clots, diabetes, coronary problems, systemic allergies):  3 droplets in a glass of water, twice a day, preferably on an empty stomach.
  • Pets' wounds:  spray onto the wounds, twice a day.

Limitations: Do not use internally for children aged under 5, or women during the first three months of pregnancy.