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Headaches
Phyto-acupressure
Pen

30,90 

Ylo Headache was specially developed to fight against tension in the head and tight band around the head.

Angelica Dahurica and Japanese Cnide: relieve tension

Indian Chrysantemum: dissipates sensation of heaviness

 

Included:
– 1 Phyto-acupressure pen, 1 Headaches plant active concentrate – approximately 40 days of use, 4 ml.
– 1 acupressure areas guidebook and 1 pen pouch.

The use of Ylo Headaches provides effective relief.

The pen is compatible with all refill bottles.

Natural solution, suitable for sensitive skin, does not cause dependence.

 

Suitable for pregnant women.

Suitable for children over 3.

 

Relieves 83% of headaches and reduces their frequency by 44%.

* Clinical study No. 17/YT/MDT/0491 under medical control - March 2017 - 31 adults - (1)% of headaches relieved after exclusive use of Ylo Headache (N= 279 headaches per month after two months of exclusive Ylo Headache use compared to a one-month observation period without use of Ylo Headache

Angelica dahurica

Latin name: Angelica dahurica (Fisch. ex Hoffm) Benth and Hook. f.

Botanical family: Umbelliferae

Plant part used: root

Geographical distribution: East and South-East Asia.

Uses in traditional medicine: Angelica Dahurica is known for relieving pain and reducing inflammation. The plant roots are used in Chinese (bai zhi), in Vietnamese (bac chi), in Korean (gu rit dae), and in Japanese (byakushi) pharmacopoeia.

Japanese Cnide

Latin name: Cnidium officinale Mak.

Botanical family: Apiaceae

Plant part used: rhizome

Geographical distribution: East and South-East Asia.

Uses in traditional medicine: the Japanese Cnidium is known for relieving pain and invigorating circulation. The plant’s rhizomes are used in Chinese (chuan xiong), in Vietnamese (Xuyên khung), in Korean (chungung), and in Japanese (senkyu) pharmacopoeia.

Golden Chamomile

Latin name: Chrysanthellum indicum DC. var. afroamericanum B.L. Turner

Botanical family: Compositae

Plant part used: flower or aerial parts

Geographical distribution: Africa, South America, Asia.

Uses in traditional medicine: Indian Chrysanthemum is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. The plant’s aerial parts are used in Chinese (ye ju), in Vietnamese (Cuc hoa vang), in Korean (gamguk), and in Japanese (kikuka) pharmacopoiea.

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