- Formulated from plant tinctures, each of the four active ingredients: horse chestnut, peony, Witch Hazel and Calendula, work together to soothe, calm and relieve the affected area
- H+care Haemorrhoid Relief Cream helps to relieve the discomfort of haemorrhoids
Aesculus hippocastanum, Calendula offcinalis, Hamamelis virginca, Paeonia officinalis
Keep all medicines out of the reach of children. Side effects are rare. If you notice anything unusual or symptoms persist, consult your doctor or homeopath. Sufferers from persistent haemorrhoids should consult a doctor. If you are pregnant or breast feeding always consult a doctor or homeopath before using this product. Do not use if sensitive to ingredients.
Wash affected area with warm water then apply cream as required.
In 1860, a young pharmacist and student of Samuel Hahnemann, Ernst Louis Ambrecht, came to London and opened a homeopathic pharmacy in Ryder Street where he could put into practice the principles learned from his teacher. The pharmacy soon outgrew its original premises and in 1890 it was moved to Duke Street where it still remains today supplying homeopathic medicines to customers all over the world. Ernst's son Nelson, who changed the name of the company to A. Nelson and Co succeeded him. As its reputation has grown so has the demand for its products. As Europe's oldest and the UK's largest manufacturer of homeopathic medicines, Nelsons now produces the most comprehensive range in Britain from its specialised manufacturing laboratories in Wimbledon
Did you know 50% of the UK population are estimated to suffer from haemorrhoids (otherwise known as piles) at some point in their life?
The most common group of sufferers are pregnant woman. In fact, a recent survey estimated a staggering 48% of pregnant women suffer from haemorrhoids- whether it's during the pregnancy or after the birth- that's a whopping 350,000 women this year alone, most of whom suffer in silence.
What are haemorrhoids? Haemorrhoids are swollen veins around the anus which may itch, ache or feel sore. They are prone to bleeding and make going to the toilet uncomfortable and often very painful.
To try and avoid this unpleasant ailment, drink at least eight glasses of water a day- as this will help your bowel move more easily and eat plenty of fibre.
Top tips if you do find yourself suffering:
- Take a long hot bath
- Try not to sit or stand for too long
- Use a natural haemorrhoid cream- to safely relieve the discomfort
- Use a moist, hygienic wipe when passing stools- rough toilet paper can often aggravate the inflamed delicate area. A moist wipe will cleanse and soothe.
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