Smrekomaz is a certified and award-winning spruce balm with the addition of hand-picked Slovenian spruce resin, prepared according to a traditional recipe.
Spruce resin is a mixture of a firmer structure that is soluble in oil and contains essential oil and a lot of resin acids.
Records of the healing effects of spruce resin and methods of use date back to the time of Hippocrates. It was mostly used for skin diseases and injuries - healing wounds, inflammations, purulent and fungal ulcers, burns, abrasions, bruising, bruising and similar skin problems.
The main and unique ingredient of Smrekomaz is spruce resin, which can be harvested throughout the year.
We collect spruce resin with the help of a wooden stick, without damaging the tree. There are many spruces that have damage for one reason or another (harvesting wood, woodpeckers etc.)
Smrekomaz is filled into 40 ml returnable glass jars.
Spruce balm is applied to the skin in a thin layer, if necessary, continue with thicker layers (burns, blisters, bedsores, wounds). If itching occurs, stop using balm (possibility of allergic reactions).
Smrekomaz is handmade and is awarded with the labelBear friendly"“.
Spruce balm Smrekomaz is not a product of mass production. The contents of each pot are prepared, purified and filled by hand. Deviations in the amount of content may occur. The balm is not tested on animals and is produced in accordance with the principles of good manufacturing practice.
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Arno Sipponen; Coniferous resin salve, ancient and effective treatment for chronic wounds – laboratory and clinical studies; 2013 (LINK)
M Rautio, A Sipponen, R Peltola, J Lohi, J J Jokinen, A Papp, P Carlson, P Sipponen; Antibacterial effects of home-made resin salve from Norway spruce (Picea abies); 2007 (LINK)
A Sipponen, J J Jokinen, J Lohi; Resin salve from the Norwegian spruce tree: a ‘novel’ method for the treatment of chronic wounds; 2007 (LINK)
Magnus Eneroth, William H van Houtum; The value of debridement and Vacuum-Assisted Closure (V.A.C.) Therapy in diabetic foot ulcers; 2008 (LINK)