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Clinical efficacy of polyherbal formulation Eezpain spray for muscular pain relief.

  title={Clinical efficacy of polyherbal formulation Eezpain spray for muscular pain relief.},
  author={A. Nawaz and Z. A. Sheikh and Majid Feroz and Kamran Alam and H. Nazar and K. Usmanghani},
  journal={Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences},
  volume={28 1},
The topical herbal formulation Eezpain spray consisting of natural ingredients that have been clinically proved for its analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity. The designed formulation on application knee and wrist joints, back of neck and shoulder, forearms and lower back exhibited significant efficacy. A total of 20 subjects both male and female applied Eezpain spray consisting of Gaultheria oil, Eucalyptus oil, Turpentine oil, Clove Oil, Menthol and Camphor. All the active materials are… Expand
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