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Traumeel®: a proven, natural and effective treatment with clear benefits

Traumeel® has been used in more than 50 countries around the world for more than 70 years. It has helped millions of patients gain relief from pain and inflammation following injuries or degenerative diseases like osteoarthritis.

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Traumeel® offers some important benefits


Treatment targeting inflammation in a balanced way, thus leading to an accelerated healing and reduced swelling

Pain in joints

Sustainable and reliable relief of pain in joints and muscles - to help you get back to normal activity

14 natural ingredients

Traumeel® provides the synergistic power of 14 natural ingredients and can be applied in a wide range of pain and inflammation disorders affecting muscles and joints.

any age

Traumeel® is suitable for almost any age.


Interaction of Traumeel® with other medicines is not reported so far.


The Traumeel® product range provides a suitable formulation for everyone.


Equal effect but superior tolerability compared to NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs): Injections showed equal effectiveness compared with standard NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) in patients with epicondylitis.¹ Cream and gel showed equal efficacy compared with standard NSAIDs in patients with acute ankle sprain.²

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Traumeel®s’ benefits compared to NSAIDs

Non-steroidalanti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are among the most commonly used pain relievers worldwide. NSAIDs are unspecific COX enzyme inhibitors that reduce the formation of prostaglandins, which are triggers of inflammation. NSAIDs include medicines like diclofenac, ibuprofen, ketoprofen and naproxen. In contrast to NSAIDs, the natural multi-component medicine Traumeel® provides both pain relief and support of tissue repair and results in an accelerated healing process. See the difference between NSAIDs and Traumeel®.

  • At-risk patients
  • Contraindications
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Multi-medication therapy

What to consider for elderly and at-risk patients

NSAIDs toxicity limits the use in patients at risk, especially in the elderly or in patients taking several medicines together (drug interactions), impaired liver and/or kidney function, gastrointestinal and/or heart diseases.3-7

Traumeel® is well tolerated and without any significant safety issues for more than 70 years.8,9

At-risk patients

What about patients with contraindications?

NSAIDs have known gastrointestinal, cardiovascular, renal and liver toxicities.3-7

Traumeel® has no known safety issues.8,9


What to consider in patients with musculoskeletal disorders

An increasing body of evidence suggests that NSAIDs may impair the healing process of bone and soft tissues, including muscles, ligaments and tendons.10-15

Traumeel® supports the healing process

musculoskeletal disorders

What about patients who need multiple medications?

There are multiple interactions of NSAIDs with other common medications that can restrict their use.3-7

Traumeel® has no known interactions with other medications.16

Multi-medication therapy

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Patient booklet

“When you have overdone it”

Patient booklet

This booklet explains the most common musculoskeletal disorders resulting from injuries, inflammations and flares caused by rheumatic diseases. Furthermore, it provides you with recommendations on how to prevent these disorders and what to do if they occur. These recommendations include the natural treatment with Traumeel®.

  1. Birnesser H, Oberbaum M, Klein P, Weiser M. The Homeopathic Preparation Traumeel S Compared with NSAIDs for Symptomatic Treatment of Epicondylitis. J Musculoskeletal Research. 2004;8(2-3):119-128.

  2. C. González de Vega, C. Speed, B. Wolfarth, J. González. Traumeel vs. diclofenac for reducing pain and improving ankle mobility after acute ankle sprain: A multicenter, randomized, blinded, controlled and non-inferiority trial. Int J ClinPract. 2013. doi: 10.1111/ijcp.12219.

  3. Paoloni JA, Milne C, Orchard J etal.Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in sports medicine. Guidelines for practical but sensible use. Br J Sports Med 2009 Oct;43(11):863-5. doi:10.1136/bjsm.2009.059980. Epub2009 Jun 21.

  4. Moore RA, Derry S, Phillips CJ et al. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), cyxlooxygenase-2 selective inhibitors (coxibs) and gastrointestinal harm: review of clinical trials and clinical practice. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2006 Oct 20;7:79.

  5. Stovitz SD, Johnson RJ. NSAIDs and musculoskeletal treatment: what is the clinical evidence? Phys Sportsmed2003 Jan;31(1):35-52. doi: 10.3810/psm.2003.01.160.

  6. Blower AL. Considerations for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug therapy: safety. Scand J RheumatolSuppl1996;105:13-24.

  7. Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin. Rational use of NSAIDs for musculoskeletal disorders. DTB 1994 Dec 15;32(12):91-95.

  8. Arora S, Harris T, Sherer C et al. Clinical safety of a homeopathic preparation. Biomed Ther2000;XVIII(2):222-25.

  9. Zenner S, Metelmann H. Therapy experiences with a homeopathic cream: Results of drug surveillance conducted on 3,422 patients. BiolTher1994;XII(3):204-211.

  10. Burd TA, Hughes MS, Anglen JO. Heterotopic ossification prophylaxis with indomethacin increases the risk of long- bone nonunion. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2003 Jul;85(5):700-705.

  11. Persson PE, Nilsson OS, Berggren AM. Do non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs cause endoprosthetic loosening? A 10-year follow up of a randomized trial on ibuprofen for prevention of heterotopic ossification after hip arthrosplasty. Acta Orthop 2005 Dec;76(6):735-740.

  12. Gerstenfeld LC, Thiede M, Seibert K et al. Differential inhibition of fracture healing by non selective and cyclooxygenase-2 selective NSAIDs. J Orthop Res 2003 Jul;21(4):670-675.

  13. Kulick MI, Smith S, Hadler K. Oral ibuprofen: Evaluation of its effect on peritendinous adhesions and the breaking strength of a tenorrhaphy. J Hand Surg Am 1986 Jan;11(1):110-120.

  14. Almekinders LC, Baynes AJ, Bracey LW. An in vitro investigation into the effects of repetitive motion and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication on human tendon fibroblasts. Am J Sports Med 1995 Jan-Feb;23(1):119-123.

  15. Greene JM, Winickoff RN. Cost-conscious prescribing of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs for adults with arthritis. A review and suggestions. Archives of Internal Medicine 1992Oct;152(10):1995-2002.

  16. Product leaflet Traumeel® Tablets.