In Tibetan medicine, different types of channels are distinguished: energy channels and nerves, and blood vessels. The name of the nerve ointment comes from the words TSA (means channel, nerve in Tibetan) JUK (after lubricate).
The ointment is analgesic and deeply soothing., so it is good to use for neck, shoulder, and back pain caused by cold, wind. Also in case of nerve inflammation.
Tsa Juk is also appropriate for assisting in the recovery of nerve damage, such as polyneuropathy, paresis, and associated numbness, stiffness. twisting of joints.
Apply Tsajuk to problem areas, rub in firmly using a light massage and keep the areas lubricated with the ointment warm.
Apply to the affected area, warm it with an external source of heat such as a hot bag, hot water bottle, or oven heat, and massage well. For long-term results, use daily for a longer period of time.
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