Naturally soothing cream for rash relief and itchy skin
Shingles, or the Herpes Zoster virus, is often characterized by lesions of the skin. Shingles is often very painful and causes a burning and itching sensation associated with the inflammation of a shingles outbreak. Traditionally, the herbs in Shinglederm Rescue and the stronger Shinglederm Rescue Plus have been used for their anti viral, anti herpetic, anti inflammatory, skin repairing and pain relieving qualities. The Plus formula contains additional herbs in higher concentrations.
Our alternative medicine can be used in the privacy of your home. A naturally soothing gel for residual nerve discomfort and itchy skin.
What is shingles and herpes zoster?
Shingles, also known as herpes zoster, is painful and unsightly. It leads to terrible sores that can typically spread across the chest, back and even the face. Many people develop a condition called Post Herpetic Neuralgia, or PHN, in which the sores have healed but the nerve pain persists.
Although roughly 70% of the sufferers are over 50, shingles can strike at any age. The severe sores and pain of shingles lead patients to all sorts of remedies — most are too little, too late. For years, shingles has defied treatment. Herpes Zoster can attack anyone who has ever had chicken pox. The varicella virus that causes shingles lies dormant in the ganglia adjacent to the spinal cord. If the virus reactivates, it is then carried along the nerves to the surface causing skin inflammation and nerve pain. A person suffering from shingles can also pass along the herpes zoster virus in the form of chicken pox to anyone who has not had it.
Shingles Rescue Plus Ingredients:
Active Ingredients: Croton Tiglium 30X, Natrum Muriaticum 30X, Plantago Major 30X, Rhus Toxicodendron 30X, Sarsaparilla 30X
Inactive Ingredients: Aloe Vera (leaf juice), Arnica (flower), Chaparral (leaf), Comfrey (leaf), Lavender (buds), Lemon Balm (leaf), Poke (berry), Poke (root), St. John’s Wort (aerial parts), Vitamin C, Vitamin E, White Willow (bark), and Yarrow (flower) in a water-based gel.