Thanks to carefully selected active principles, Khan + Tiger spray quickly and efficiently relieves pain and inflammation and increases blood circulation at the application site.
The devil’s claw is a plant whose root contains the active ingredient of harpagozide acting as an effective anti-inflammatory agent by stimulating the removal of toxic substances at the level of the joints, stimulating the natural mechanisms of combating inflammation. Consequently, it improves the movement of the joints. Research has shown that the devil’s claw extract is beneficial for gout.
Applied locally, this extract is an excellent addition to the treatment of degenerative rheumatic diseases where the dominant symptoms of inflammation and joint, muscle and fibrous tissue pain prevail.
Incense is a resin obtained from Boswellian plants and is used to relieve inflammatory processes and joint pain.
The most important active principles of this resin are Boswellian plants acids which prevent the formation of leukotrienes in the body normally formed in the inflammatory process and are responsible for the inflammation signs appearance.
Methyl salicylate and menthol enhance the circulation of the skin and relieve acute and chronic pain in the muscles, tendons and joints, acting on the nervous ends and the blood vessels in the skin.
In addition, increased blood supply to the skin allows better performance of other spray components.
Methyl salicylate is isolated from an evergreen oil and, as a salicylic acid derivative, can act like salicylic analgoantipyretics i.e with the same mechanism to influence all inflammatory processes in the tissues. It blocks the transmission of nerve impulses from deeper musculoskeletal structures and reduces painful sensations. Its effect is also significant when it comes to muscle spasms and the accompanying pain, because, topically applied, leads to vasodilation, increased blood flow, and removal of accumulated lactic acid.
Camphor finds its application in muscle and joint pains because it has a mild anesthetic effect by direct acting on pain receptors. It also provides a unique feeling of cooling and then heating, increasing the blood flow to the application site.
Essential clove oil has a mild natural anesthetic, with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Essential eucalyptus oil has analgetic and anti-inflammatory properties.
If necessary, apply the spray to the painful area and gently rub until full absorption.