Herbs for bikers warming
This is a unique balm made from 25 herbs. Biker balsam is made according to a traditional Swiss recipe. It contains the fruit and flowers of horse chestnut, which have been proven to be effective against varicose veins.
Biker balsam combines the relaxing effects of essential oils with favourable effects of herbal extracts. A balanced content of the active substances provides a broad and strong effect. The warming version of Biker balsam is an effective preventive product for warming up the locomotive apparatus. It is suitable for all ages.
The herbal extracts and essential plant oils contained in this preparation are of first-class quality and are supplied by renowned contractual suppliers. The quality of the herbal extracts is tested continuously, ensuring a standardized level of active substances.
Contains 25 herbal extracts that are known to:
- Help with joint, muscle and spine problems
- Relieve rheumatic conditions
- Provide help with lumbago problems
100% natural composition:
Comfrey, Juniper, Chestnut, Mountain arnica, Scots Pine, Fir, Chilli extract, Scrub pine, Cinammon, Camphor, Marigold, Chamomile, Baical skullcap, Thyme, Peppermint, Lavender, Heather, Purple coneflower, Lemon extract, Agrimony, Rosemary, Snake-root, Ginkgo biloba, Black currant, Grapefruit extract.
Horse chestnut has also been proven effective for varicose veins.
What problems can the balsam help you with?
A unique combination of herbs helps with joint, spine or lumbago problems. It also provides relief in the case of strained muscles. At the same time it works as a preventive measure, because if it is applied before a sport activity it warms up the muscles and prepares them for exercise.
Horse balsam supports general regeneration of the locomotive apparatus. The combination of herbs in Biker-Balsam also takes effect on the vascular system, increases venous blood flow and the elasticity of vascular walls.
REGULAR USE INCREASES EFFICACY.
Precaution: For external use only. Causes temporary local warming and reddening, which is a normal effect.