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Weleda Combudoron Ointment - For Burns & Scalds - 25g

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Product code: 5919


For Burns & Scalds

Weleda Combudoron Ointment is for relief of minor burns and scalds where the skin is unbroken. Made with urtica to bring relief from stinging and arnica to counteract inflammation. Suitable for vegetarians.

Prepared from the fresh aerial parts of the dwarf stinging nettle. This is included in Combudoron Ointment. Minute doses of the substance which would cause the very symptoms of the stinging nettle are used to treat the problem. The nettle plant pushes its poison to the extremities (leaves).

  • Provides symptomatic relief of minor burns and scalds
  • Suitable for Vegetarians

About Weleda

Weleda is dedicated to fair trade, sustainable farming and ethical sourcing, creating 100% natural beauty and wellbeing products. Weleda aim to use only the purest wild-crafted, organically and Biodynamically cultivated ingredients.



100g contains ethanolic extract of:Contents:
Urtica urens, Herba (1=2)9.5ml
Arnica montana, Planta tota recens (1=2)0.5ml


Urtica urens, Herba (1=2), rnica montana, Planta tota recens in a base containing Lanolin, Beeswax, Wool alcohols, Olive oil and Sunflower Seed Oil.


Adults and Children: Apply to the affected part direct or on a dry dressing.



Avoid use if you are sensitive to Arnica montana.


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