Osmo Patch 10

Osmo Patch 10
Designed to gently absorb excess fluid from the body and reduce swelling, which may then help alleviate associated pain.
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Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, change or worsen talk to your health professional.

Do not apply the patch directly to the eyes, mucous surfaces, genital organs, anus, external wounds, rashes or sores.

Do not use if pregnant or breastfeeding.

Do not use if allergic to shellfish or natural rubber latex.


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We still recommend that you check the ingredient listings and warnings on a product before use.

The OSMO Patch when used in combination with adequate rest provides support to reduce inflammation, swelling and the associated pain due to bursitis, baker’s cysts, tendonitis, carpal tunnel as well as many other similar joint and muscular inflammatory conditions.

The OSMO Patch helps to reduce inflammation, swelling and pain without the use of any medication, steroids or invasive procedures.

The OSMO Patch Contains NO anti-inflammatory Medications.

-Anti-inflammatory medications such as NSAIDs may cause gastrointestinal irritation and bleeding in some individuals.

The OSMO Patch is PAIN FREE.. unlike painful syringes.

-A syringe will often be used to aspirate fluid from injuries such as bursitis and baker's cysts & can be extremely painful.

The OSMO Patch contains NO steroids.

-Cortisone shots can be very painful, expensive and may also result in several possible adverse side effects or complications.

Invasive surgery... your absolute last option!

-Surgery is invasive and should always be avoided if possible. The risk of complication verses the likelihood of success should always be considered.

Children aged 14 or older and adults can apply a patch to the desired area before bed and discard in the morning. Normally one patch is worn each consecutive night (approx 8-10hrs) over the affected area, although more than one can be worn if required.

While the particular ingredients are a company trade secret*, the patches are made to stringent GMP standards. There is however the crustacean derivative ‘carapace powder’ as one of the ingredients, so if you’re allergic to shellfish or seafood then the patches shouldn’t be used.

The adhesive used to hold the patches in place contains natural rubber latex, Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) and Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS). If you think or know you are allergic to adhesives or any of the ingredients stated then you shouldn’t use the adhesives. If however you still wish to try the patches you can consider buying your own low irritant adhesives from a chemist or otherwise you may use a bandage as a substitute for holding the patch in place.

Please be aware that labelling laws don’t require a medical device to list ingredients aside from ingredients that can interact with other medicines or that may be regarded as a known allergen.

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