Kytta ® pain ointment
Active ingredient: Comfrey root fluid extract.
KYTTA pain ointment Areas of application:
Adults: For the external treatment of pain and swelling in osteoarthritis of the knee of degenerative origin; acute muscle pain (myalgia) in the back area; Sprains, bruises and strains after sports and accidental injuries. Children from 8 years and adolescents: For the external treatment of sprains, bruises and strains after sports and accidental injuries.
KYTTA pain ointment Warnings:
Contains peanut oil, butyl, ethyl, methyl, 2-methylpropyl and propyl 4-hydroxybenzoate (parabens), cetyl stearyl alcohol, sodium dodecyl sulphate, fragrance (perfume oil) with benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, citral, coumarin, eugenol, geranium, hydroxycitene , Linalool, and rosemary oil.
For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Kytta ® pain ointment .
The power of nature * against pain - Kytta combats pain and inflammation, quickly and strongly 1 .
Kytta is the pain ointment with a unique comfrey root extract, the effect of which has been proven in clinical studies1-4. The ointment has a decongestant and anti-inflammatory effect, is well tolerated 2 , can be used over the long term ** with its herbal active ingredient and has no known interactions. And that for:
• Acute muscle pain in the back
• Pain and swelling in osteoarthritis of the knee
• Sprains, sprains, bruises after sports and accidental injuries
Traditional medicinal plants such as comfrey have been of great importance in the treatment of pain for centuries. The extract is used in modern medicine to treat muscle, joint and back pain as well as inflammation.
Kytta pain ointment can be applied effortlessly and precisely to the parts of the body that cause you pain.
Enjoy being active.
Kytta - The power of nature * against pain.
* Active ingredients of plant origin
** Use can be continued until the symptoms have subsided or as directed by the doctor. Applies to patients aged 12 years and over
1 Giannetti BM., Et al. Br J Sports Med. 2010; 44: 637-41. Study on patients with acute back pain
2 Grube B., et al. Phytomedicins. 2007; 14: 2-10
3 Predel HG., Et al. Phytomedicine 2005; 12: 707-14
4 Koll R., et al. Phytomedicine 2004; 11: 470-7