Nichiban RT78 ROIHI-TSUBOKO LARGE Pain Relief Patch 78-Count
Nichiban RT78 ROIHI-TSUBOKO LARGE Pain Relief Patch 78-Count. Product colour: Beige, Active ingredient: 4-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenzyl Nonylic Acid Amide, Therapy effect: Warming. Diameter: 2.8 cm
This is a small round-shaped heat-type medical patch (plaster), the active ingredient (4-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenzyl Nonylic Acid Amide) of which produces tingling heat stimulation that improves the blood flow in the affected area, relieving shoulder stiffness and lower back pain.
Characteristics of Roihi Tsubokou
Round shape that is easy to stick.
A round size with a diameter of 2.8 cm that is easy to stick and works well for pinpoint.
Surprised! 156 pieces are included.
A warm sensation that works against stiff shoulder.
Stimulation of warmth with nonyl acid vanillyl amide similar to capsicum ingredients promotes blood circulation in the affected area! Combines with analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects such as methyl salicylate and ℓ-menthol, it is effective against stiffness.
Because it is a warm feeling type, it has a tingling effect that feels like hitting the core of stiffness.
Surprisingly easy to attach.
With Nichiban's original technology cultivated by making tape, it fits perfectly tightly. It's hard to peel off even if it moves violently, and it's so comfortable to stick that you forget about it.
It is strong against water without getting dirty.
Rayon cloth is used as the material. It's water resistant, durable and won't let any dirt get away. We use Nichiban's technology, which has been continuously developing adhesive bandages that consider the skin.
|Japanese Product Name||温感プラスターロイヒつぼ膏大７８枚入|
|Active ingredient||4-Hydroxy-3-methoxybenzyl Nonylic Acid Amide|
|Indications for use||Back pain,Bruises,Fracture pain,Joint pain,Muscle fatigue,Muscle pain,Sprains,Stiff shoulder|
|Easy to apply||Yes|
|Quantity per pack||78|
|How to use||1. Lightly bend the film so that the edge of a ROIHI-TSUBOKO™ COOL plaster lifts up slightly.|
2. Pull the lifted part to peel the plaster off the film.
3. Press your shoulder/neck area with your fingers to find points where there is stiffness.
|Country of origin||Japan|