Do you suffer from muscle pain or any other pain? If so, you must try Vitarub!
This ointment has been shown to relieve a wide variety of muscle pains and any order pain. In fact, it is one of the most popular pain relief ointments on the market today. Whether your pain is caused by exercise, arthritis, or everyday stress, Vitarub can help.

Vitarub: All kinds of pain relief

Vitarub is an analgesic ointment, a massage cream that helps you relieve body pain of all types. Vitarub was made with substances like eucalyptol, methyl salicylate and menthol. Salicylate is a derivative of salicylic acid, hence its potential anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action (Ran D. Goldman, 2013). Eucalyptol is a compound of eucalyptus that can be used against infections of the throat, bronchi and respiratory tract (Passport, health, 2015). Menthol is effective in relieving pain related to arthritis, but also the effects of cough, asthma, etc.

Adults and the elderly: vitarub is an anti-inflammatory to relieve your pain.

According to Statistics Canada, 27% of seniors in Canada say they suffer from chronic pain and the trend is increasing. It is generally said that one in three say they live with chronic pain. These figures reflect the magnitude of the situation. The consequences of pain are immense on people's lives. We are talking about the dimension of quality of life, deterioration of mental and cognitive health, increased fatigue, reduced social ties, reduced activities of daily living, etc.

People with pain should see a doctor or either try the following methods:

Use gentle massage
Sleep well
Use hot water bath
Use essential oils suitable for this purpose (peppermint, etc.)
Use turmeric especially in case of joint pain

It is important to introduce Vitarub which is an analgesic and anti-inflammatory ointment that can naturally relieve your pain.

Children and adults: Vitarub rids you of pain

According to statistics, 11% to 38% of children in Canada suffer from pain. And this affects their quality of life but also their academic performance. Reducing pain in some children requires health care, but other people can control their pain with these natural methods.

Use gentle massage
Use essential oils
Sometimes resort to paracetamol, which is found in several forms (dolipran, Dafalgan, efferalgan etc.)
Keep moving, walking or doing light sports.

It is important to introduce Vitarub which is an analgesic and anti-inflammatory ointment that can naturally relieve your pain.

Vitarub: an effective painkiller against the following ailments:

Muscle pain
Neuralgia/ Scoliosis/ Radiculalgia/ Herniated disc/ lumbago/
Herniated disc
Sprains (ankle, wrist)
Joint pain
Rheumatism, arthritis, osteoarthritis
Aches and lower back pain (lower back pain)
Flu, bronchitis, colds, asthma

How to use Vitarub analgesic cream

Vitarub can be used by adults and for children over 2 years old: apply to affected areas, no more than 3 to 4 times a day. If the condition of the affected area worsens or if symptoms persist for more than seven days, or they disappear and reappear within a few days, discontinue use of this product and consult a doctor.

Vitarub: pain relief cream against osteoarthritis

Vitarub is a pain relief cream that can perfectly relieve osteoarthritis pain. The active ingredients of Vitarub which are eucalyptol, salicylate and menthol have demonstrated their effectiveness against osteoarthritis pain. Vitarub is therefore an effective palliative to relieve you.

Where to buy Vitarub?

You can buy Vitarub on the website or at our point of sale located at 224 rue Bellehumeur in Gatineau. You can also contact us for more information.


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