Blackmores Flexagil Pain Relief Cream

Flexagil® Pain Relief Cream

A clinically proven, plant-based pain relief cream for those suffering from muscle and joint pain.

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Overview

Blackmores Flexagil® Pain Relief Cream is clinically proven, containing a natural comfrey root extract that helps to reduce pain and swelling from sports injuries, to relieve acute back pain and to improve joint mobility.

Why use

  • Helps relieves the pain and swelling of painful joints
  • Helps relieve acute upper and lower back pain
  • Helps relieves pain, inflammation, swelling and impaired movement in acute sports injuries including muscle pain
  • Treats ankle sprains including the relief of pain, swelling and impaired mobility
  • Helps relieves the symptoms of osteoarthritis as shown in a clinical trial* of osteoarthritis of the knee


*Grube, B., Grunwald, J., Krug, L. & Staiger, C. Efficacy of a comfrey root (Symphyti office. Radix) extract ointment in the treatment of patients with painful osteoarthritis of the knee: Results of a double-blind, randomised, bicenter, placebo-controlled trial. Phytomedicine, 2007;14:2-10

The Blackmores difference

Blackmores Flexagil® is clinically proven, natural pain relief for those suffering from muscle and joint pain.

It contains a natural comfrey root extract and is an effective alternative to topical diclofenac, found in some pain relief gels.

Active ingredients per gram

Symphytum officinale- comfrey

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Contains hydroxybenzoates, phenoxyethanol and peanut oil.

Dosage

Adults - Rub gently 3 – 4 times daily into painful or swollen areas, or as professionally prescribed. Typically, apply a thread of cream 2-6 cm in length.

Contraindications and cautions

  • DO NOT SWALLOW
  • If symptoms persist 7 days (or 3 weeks for knee osteoarthritis) see your healthcare professional
  • Do not use on broken skin, open wounds or mucous membranes and do not apply to the eyes
  • Do not use under occlusive dressing
  • Do not use in children under 12 years
  • Do not use during pregnancy or lactation due to insufficient data on use
  • Do not use if allergic to peanut oil
  • Do not use if hypersensitive to any of the ingredients in the cream
  • Do not use if tube seal is broken or missing

Physical description

Beige to white cream, lavender fragrance.

Always read the label. Use only as directed.

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This is a very effective product.
I have clicked on the "notify me when available" and look forward to this working when the cream becomes available again.
I have used many other products but this one really does work.
David
David 07 Sep 2016
My chemist told me that the cream had been deleted and could not get it anymore.. So glad that's not the case. I have put so many people on this cream and they are so happy with it as I am.
Jennifer
Jennifer 01 Sep 2016
Hi
I am just wondering if there is an update on when the Flexagil may be available again?
Thanks
Claire Christopher
Claire Christopher 23 Aug 2016
I have been using this product for some time. It helps with the osteo in my knees and other join pain. Love it Rhonda
Rhonda
Rhonda 11 May 2016
I cannot buy it anywhere when will it be available again
Libby Goss
Libby Goss 09 May 2016
Hi, This product is great for relief of pain in my OA left knee. Sample given to me at APS Annual Scientific Meeting a couple of years ago.
Jenny
Anonymous
Anonymous 19 Oct 2015
This cream is brilliant. I suffer lower back pain and nothing has worked for me. I use this cream everyday. It gives me relief.
Anonymous
Anonymous 19 Aug 2015
This cream is great. I have been using it for massage after breaking my ankle. It helps with the swelling and assists with the joints. This makes it easier to start walking properly again. It's just nice to rub into those muscles that have tightened from not being used whilst the ankle was healing. It also has such a pleasant smell unlike some creams
Anonymous
Anonymous 16 Jul 2015