Diaformin has been introduced in several European countries with extraordinary success, a success that resulted particularly from its wide range of applications and the fact that it is aimed not only at young people and sportsmen but also and equally at adults and the elderly, both active and sedentary. The analgesic and anti-inflammatory action of Diaformin makes this cream particularly indicated in cases of pain in the joints, limbs and muscles, rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica, arthritis, tennis elbow, gout, stiff neck, neuralgia, dislocations, sprains, bruises and muscle pain.
Diaformin has been used with excellent results by the medical and recovery departments of some sports clubs in cases of strains, muscle tears, sprains, bruises, etc. and in preventive massages before the intensive efforts of sports activity. A concrete example is that of Sportklub Rapid Wien (Rapid Vienna) whose coach Walter Skocik and masseur Frank Müller claim to have halved the time it normally takes for their injured footballers to recover since they started using Diaformin, Universal Massage Cream. Diaformin improves circulation and heats up muscles and skin, helping to prevent frostbite and muscle breakage due to overexertion.
How to use In order to obtain the best results with Diaformin, three applications a day should be made. This is very important! If possible, rubbing should be done early in the morning, at midday and at night. If it is not possible to rub at midday, the second rub must be done in the late afternoon and the third at bedtime. When used as a healing agent on small cuts, wounds, inflammation or irritation, the application must be done with special care, just covering the affected part slightly.
Diaformin is a muscle massage cream based on propolis, its main element, and alpine plant resins. Propolis, also known as raw wax, glue or bee bread (paste of pollen and honey on which they feed), is a resinous substance that bees extract from the leaves and bark of some trees and deposit in their hives. serving later to fix the combs and plug any holes in the hives. Bees also use propolis to isolate foreign substances or bodies that enter the hives (insects, for example), wrapping them in such a way that the matter decomposes in total safety, thus preventing the contamination of the hives. The ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Romans already knew and used propolis; Pliny (Sec. I BC) refers to it in great detail in his Natural History. Today, there are many, and more and more, scientists who regularly meet to discuss their experiences with propolis. The propolis extract used in the preparation of Diaformin has a ja-belt odor and contains about 10% of a type of alcohol used in perfumery as a deodorant.
- Alpine plant resins.
- White Vaseline.
- Beef tallow.
Diaformin does not contain any chemical additives or perfumes; it is a 100% natural product.
Diaform AG, Zwingen, Switzerland
- Address: Industriezone Ried 1 b, Ort:4222 Zwingen.
- Phone: +41 61 721 37 50.
- Fax: +41 61 722 12 72.
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