Strain Repair Cream

  • Regular price $26.90

  • Powerful sports cream
  • Soothe bruised tissue and overexerted muscles
  • Stimulates circulation and recovery 

Strain Repair Cream is a potent plant formula to support healthy circulation and recovery. Formulated with warming Cayenne, this heat penetrates deep to soothe bruised tissue and overexerted muscles, tendons and joints. Be careful, the heat can be intense. We recommend children and the elderly use our Tissue Repair Cream instead. Combine with Tissue and Strain Repair Oral Liquid to support healing from within. Massage Strain Relief Cream for heat and relief.

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Proprietary blend of active herbal ingredients (25% w/w) of:


Symphytum officinale (Comfrey) tinc. fresh root
Salix spp. (White Willow bark) tinc. fresh bark 
Hypericum perforatum (St John's Wort) tinc. fresh herb and flower 
Ruta graveolens (Rue) tinc. fresh herb
Arnica montana (Arnica) tinc. dry flower
Capsicum annum (Cayenne) oleoresin, standardised to contain 0.01% capsaicin


- In a natural base of water, coconut caprylic and capric triglyceride, cetostearyl alcohol, glyceryl monostearate, cetearyl alcohol, glycerine, PEG-20 stearate, phenoxyethanol, provitamin B5, tocopherol acetate, sorbic acid and citrus seed extract. 

- Does not contain artificial colours or fragrances, mineral oils, parabens, sulphates or synthetic fillers. 

- Non GMO. Vegan. Hypoallergenic.

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Apply sparingly to affected area up to 3-4 times daily. This cream contains Cayenne and is hot. Wash hands thoroughly after application or use gloves for application.


Apply a little at first and wait for the heat to become apparent before applying more, this can take up to an hour. Do not apply to broken skin. Do not apply before showering or strenuous exercise. Avoid contact with eyes, nose and sensitive skin. Do not use under seclusion or tight bandages.



Use in conjunction with the Tissue and Strain Repair Oral Liquid to additionally support and accelerate healing from within.



Keep cool, out of sunlight.

Over time, discolouring of this natural product may occur but does not affect the efficacy or quality. 

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Use as directed. If symptoms persist see your health professional. 



- Do not use if there is a known allergy to any of the ingredients.

- Discontinue use if irritation occurs.



- For external use only.

- No documented herb-drug interactions within the recommended dosage.

- Suitable for pregnant and breastfeeding women.

- No restriction on long term use.

- Not suitable for children.

- Not suitable for sensitive skin or elderly.

plant ingredients Arrow Created with Sketch. Arrow Created with Sketch. Arnica (Arnica montana) is a plant with a long history of traditional use in herbal practice to support healing and musculoskeletal comfort and mobility after injury. It is widely used for brusing and   after surgery as it supports blood circulation to the injured area and supports recovery. Cayenne (Capsicum annuum) is a powerful local stimulant. Its warming properties support circulation and the dilation of capillaries to support healing and recovery. Regular use increases its effectiveness. Comfrey (Symphytum officinale) is a well-researched plant that supports the health and function of joints and connective tissue. Comfrey supports new tissue growth and scar healing Rue (Ruta graveolens) supports circulation and recovery in tendon and ligament injuries. It supports surface circulation to help minimise bruising. JOHN'S WORT St John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum) is dubbed "the Arnica of the Nerves" and has nervine tonic properties to support healing in nerve-related issues. It can be used after surgery to support healing and recovery. Supports skin regeneration in burns (including sunburn) and can be applied after radiotherapy treatments to support recovery. It also supports scar healing and nourishes damaged or aging skin. BARK Willow bark (Salix spp.) has been used for well over 2,000 years to support relaxation of the musculoskeletal system. It is a well-known natural source of salicin.

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