A Winning Choice of

Healthy Lifestyle

PEROZIN

Everyday
Pain Reliever

100ml

Active Ingredients

Ginger, Rosemary & Peppermint.

Mode of Action

1) Stops the pain signal transmission in the nerve cells with natural ingredients

2) Reduces inflamation

3) Calming and relieves pain and osteoarthritis

Direction of Use

Apply a small portion of Perozin and rub it 1 to 3 times a day onto the affected area. The best results are obtained by rubbing Perozin before and after a hot bath.

Suitable for

1. Active individuals.

2. Individuals of all ages and gender who wish to relieve muscle or joint pain with natural alternative.

Pain is an unpleasant sensory experience which can greatly affect our emotions and daily activities. Often (associated) with nerve or tissue damage, it could

cause long-term issues if left untreated.

Contains :

Rosemary

A phytochemical found in rosemary is an anti-inflammatory agent which also contains have antinociceptive properties, which helps in relieving pain.1

Ginger

A powerful antioxidant in ginger reduces muscle swelling and pain2. Ginger extract helps to improve osteoarthritis in knees when applied topically.3

Peppermint

Contains menthol which provides a cooling sensation and helps in regulating the inflammatory chemicals, relieves inflammation and soothes swelling of joints and muscles.4

What makes Perozin an ideal solution for your muscle and joint pain?

Safe & suitable for sensitive skin

Decent application experience (not burning, pleasant odour, non greasy)

Convenient & easy-to-carry 100ml tube.

1. Chopra A et al. (2004) A 32-week randomized, placebo-controlled clinical evaluation of RA-11, an Ayurvedic drug, on osteoarthritis of the knees. J Clin Rheumatol 10(5) 236-245
2. Nafiseh SM et al. (2013) Anti-Oxidative and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Ginger in Health and Physical Activity: Review of Current Evidence. Int J Prev Med. 4(Suppl 1) S36-S42
3. Amorndoljai P et al. (2015) Improving of Knee Osteoarthritic Symptom by the Local Application of Ginger Extract Nanoparticles. J Med Assoc Thai 98(9) 871-907
4. Chopra A et al. (2004) A 32-week randomized, placebo-controlled clinical evaluation of RA-11, an Ayurvedic drug, on osteoarthritis of the knees. J Clin Rheumatol 10(5) 236-245