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Balm against hemorrhoids is completely natural product that combines 10 medicinal herbs, two types of pure wax, olive oil and various essential oils.
Balm is easily applied to problematic hemorrhoids.


100% Natural ingredients

natural ingredients

Balms produced by our company consist of various medicinal herbs.
Company's business policy with selection of medicinal herbs is, primarily, to take care of quality and geographical origin.
Apart from herbs quality it is important to take care of quality of drying and refining process.
Following this criteria we could say that we use medicinal herbs of the best quality.


achillea millefolium

sambucur nigra

arctium lappa

chelidonium majus

centarium erythraea

calendula officinalis

equisetum arvense

hypericum perforatum

lycopodium clavatum

plantago lanceolata


lemon peel oil

olive oil

candelilla wax

Certified and tested


Our product has been successfully tested and for your safety it fully complies with requirement of regulation (EC) no. 1223/2009 of European parliament on cosmetic products. Please see below:

Cosmetic product safety report. Contains cosmetic product safety information and cosmetic product safety assessment. Report confirms there are no known contraindications or ingredients that can cause any side effects or be harmful to health. Click here for PDF of original report.

Results of toxicological testing. Results of testing by ISO/IEC 17025, SNAS accredited laboratory confirms purity of product and absence of any materials that can be irritable to skin. Click here for PDF with original results.

Results of microbiological testing. Results of testing by accredited laboratory confirm compliance with microbiological requirements. Click here for PDF with original results.

Results of assessment of human skin compatibility tests. Tests were performed by accredited laboratory following guidelines of COLIPA (The European Cosmetic Toiletry and Perfumery Association) and confirm compliance with requirements. Click here for PDF with original results.

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Curing hemorrhoids


Haemorrhoids, usually affect persons whose job requires long periods of sitting, those who have irregular meal pattern and bad diet, those who add a lot of spices in their food (especially peppers). They usually have constipation and always have to strain to have a bowel movement. People whose job requires constant strain of anus, such as wind instruments players, workers in glass and bottle factories, almost always suffer from haemorrhoids. Old people who have to strain during urination due to enlarged prostate usually have problems with rather big haemorrhoids. This set of veins, in women, gets swollen during pregnancy, and it is caused by pressure of womb and baby’s head on pelvic veins.

Swelling of haemorrhoids in anus mucosa creates creases. Indents between creases keep some filth, and this causes constant irritation and mucosa swelling, which again causes the feeling of heat in anus. This is often followed by insufferable itching. Constant scratching causes lesions and eczema that deteriorate itching, which will disappear only after healing of haemorrhoids.

Patients suffering from haemorrhoids are very sensitive and nervous. Part of the treatment for haemorrhoids is adequate diet that would alleviate constipation and soften the stool. Diet should consist of high-fiber foods such as fruit and raw vegetables, whole-grain bread. Spicy food, smoked meat and high fat food should be avoided, as well as alcohol. Furthermore, those patients should practise anal hygiene and wash their anus with soap and warm water after every stool. We recommend using anti-hemorrhoid balm strictly according to given instruction.

More about hemorrhoids

The symptoms of haemorrhoids include: itchiness around your anus (the opening at the end of the digestive system where solid waste leaves the body), discomfort around your anus, such as feeling sore or it being visibly red excessive straining when passing a stool, bleeding after you have passed a stool (this will be bright red blood), discharge of mucus present after passing a stool, pain while passing a stool, feeling like your bowels are still full and need emptying. You may also get a hard lump around your anus. This lump is made up of blood clots forming in a small area (known as a thrombosed external haemorrhoid) and can become very painful.
Hemorrhoids (US English) or haemorrhoids (Commonwealth English), are normal vascular structures in the anal canal which help with stool control. They become pathological or known as piles when swollen or inflamed. In their physiological state they act as cushions composed of arterio-venous channels and connective tissue that aid the passage of stool. The symptoms of pathological hemorrhoids depend on the type present. Internal hemorrhoids usually present with painless rectal bleeding while external hemorrhoids present with pain in the area of the anus. External hemorrhoids are those that occur outside the anal verge (the distal end of the anal canal). Specifically they are varicosities of the veins draining the territory of the inferior rectal arteries, which are branches of the internal pudendal artery. They are sometimes painful, and often accompanied by swelling and irritation. Itching, although often thought to be a symptom of external hemorrhoids, is more commonly due to skin irritation. External hemorrhoids are prone to thrombosis: if the vein ruptures and/or a blood clot develops, the hemorrhoid becomes a thrombosed hemorrhoid. Internal hemorrhoids are those that occur inside the rectum. Specifically they are varicosities of veins draining the territory of branches of the superior rectal arteries. As this area lacks pain receptors, internal hemorrhoids are usually not painful and most people are not aware that they have them. Internal hemorrhoids, however, may bleed when irritated. Untreated internal hemorrhoids can lead to two severe forms of hemorrhoids: prolapsed and strangulated hemorrhoids. Prolapsed hemorrhoids are internal hemorrhoids that are so distended that they are pushed outside the anus. If the anal sphincter muscle goes into spasm and traps a prolapsed hemorrhoid outside the anal opening, the supply of blood is cut off, and the hemorrhoid becomes a strangulated hemorrhoid. Hemorrhoids usually present with itching, rectal pain, or rectal bleeding. In most cases, symptoms will resolve within a few days. External hemorrhoids are painful while internal hemorrhoids usually are not unless they become thrombosed or necrotic.
Haemorrhoids tend to be caused by factors that cause the blood vessels to swell. These include anything that increases pressure inside the abdomen, such as constipation, pregnancy and being overweight. Some people describe them as varicose veins of the anus. The treatment of haemorrhoids depends on the severity of symptoms. Firstly, it's important to take steps to avoid aggravating factors such as constipation or being overweight. Keeping your bowel motions soft and regular will also help to avoid straining. Make sure you eat plenty of fibre to provide bulk in your diet by including lots of bread, vegetables, cereal and nuts,Consider fibre supplements, Avoid dehydration by drinking plenty of water and fruit juice, keep to a regular bowel habit and go to the toilet when you feel the need to - don't try to hold it in, Get plenty of exercise - this helps keeps the bowels regular, Avoid causes of constipation, such as painkillers containing codeine.