What is it?
Rectin is a modern, natural-based hemorrhoid remedy. Suitable for patients of all ages. Can be combined with many hemorrhoidal treatments.
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How to use?
The drug is available in the form of an ointment for topical use. Used after stool and careful intimate hygiene.
The problem area is wiped dry, treated with a small amount of the product. The procedure is repeated twice during the day.
The duration of treatment is determined individually. The standard course lasts 3-4 weeks.
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The product is made from natural ingredients:
- shark liver oils;
- Ginkgo biloba extract;
- mumiyo powder;
- rapeseed, amber oils;
- calendula extract;
- wheat germ oils
The active ingredients are selected in optimal proportions and provide a pronounced therapeutic and prophylactic effect. Thanks to its natural composition, Rectin is well tolerated. The tool promotes complete recovery at different stages of the disease.
How does it work?
Thanks to the use of ointment:
- pain, itching disappear;
- inflammation is stopped;
- stops bleeding;
- cracks and sores heal;
- foci of infection are destroyed;
- resolving hemorrhoids;
- the tone and elasticity of blood vessels increase.
It is important to know! Rectin not only completely eliminates the unpleasant manifestations of hemorrhoids, but also eliminates the cause of the disease. This is its important difference from other means used to deal with a delicate problem.
A full course of treatment prevents the transition of the disease to more serious stages. Timely use of the drug avoids surgical intervention and the occurrence of relapse.
Indications for useThe main indication for the use of Rectin is hemorrhoids, occurring in various forms (internal, external, combined). Ointment is recommended to be applied with the following symptoms:
- pain sensations aggravated by sitting;
- burning, itching in the anal region;
- inflammatory, purulent processes;
- blood during stools;
- Formation of hemorrhoidal bumps.