Natural remedy for maintaining anal health and supporting regular soft stools

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Soothing relief…

We might not think of the anal area as a place where Circulation is important, but skin, veins and capillaries in the tissues surrounding the anal opening need a healthy supply of oxygen-rich blood as much as our other body structures do.

The skin surrounding the anus is particularly sensitive and can become irritated at the slightest provocation. This can then make the simple task of sitting on a hard surface or the more difficult task of passing hardened stool extremely uncomfortable.

Circulatory problems in the anal area, both internal and external, are compounded by our sedentary lifestyles as well as digestive conditions related to an unhealthy diet, lack of dietary fiber and insufficient water on a daily basis. This can lead to straining and pressure on the anal area when passing a stool – thus placing Stress on the blood vessels in the area.

The natural way

Following a healthy diet can go a long way to prevent Constipation, encourage soft, regular stools and to support skin and blood vessel health in the most vulnerable places.

Exercising regularly and drinking plenty of water will help to hydrate the skin and promote Circulation, while added fiber in your diet can help to keep you ‘regular’ and loosen stools for easy elimination through the anal passage.

Rather than treating problems in isolation, Naturopaths prefer to take a holistic look at the individual. Natural Remedies have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years to promote healthy Circulation and encourage skin health. In more recent times, research has confirmed this traditional wisdom.

What is RectoRex Balm?

RectoRex Balm is a 100% safe, non-addictive natural herbal cream for adults formulated by our team of experts in the field of natural medicine. RectoRex Balm can be effectively used to safely and gently soothe inflamed or raw skin around the anal opening, without harmful side effects.

RectoRex Balm supports the strength of the skin and surrounding anal area and can especially benefit those individuals needing to support the external area involved in routine waste removal and healthy circulation, without compromising health or serious side effects.

Use RectoRex Balm to:

* Support health of the surrounding tissue of the anal opening
* Encourage routine circulation in the anal area while sitting
* Support vein and capillary health of the anal passage
* Promote the body’s ability to resist swelling of veins in the anal area (both internally and externally)

Related Products:

* To promote internal vein strength in this area, you may wish to try our RectoRex Drops

How has RectoRex Balm helped others?

“My husband has been a different person since using your cream. He no longer winces when he’s sitting watching television on the sofa!! I had to write in and tell you how pleasant family vacations are now. He can sit in the car for long journeys again. Thank you from our whole family.”

—Cathy, Travis and Ed Linney

“I was too embarrassed to ask a pharmacist for a cream. One night I decided to do some ‘net surfing myself and look for help. I found this site and could not believe my luck when I saw this cream. Now I can order online and get relief for my problem.”

—Sam, GA, USA

What are the Ingredients?

RectoRex Balm is a 100% herbal balm that containsthe following powerful proven herbs in soothing therapeutic dosage:

Native Remedies‘ products are created using our Full Spectrum Approach™ (FSA), a set of standards and processes that combine the best quality, laboratory tested, raw ingredients, Good Manufacturing Practices and a Full Spectrum manufacturing method to guarantee you products of the highest quality, safety and effectiveness, all backed by our One Year Unconditional Money Back Guarantee.

Our products are not tested on animals and individual ingredients are well-researched and are natural, safe and effective.

* Hypericum perforatum oil is native to Europe, but has been naturalized in most of the northern hemisphere. It has been hailed for its ability to promote the body’s nerve response during injury and trauma. The flowers contain many Antioxidants such as Rutin, Quercitin, and Lutein.

In recent times, this herb has been shown to help promote skin health, helping to address skin inflammation and irritation and encourage soothing. (Schempp CM, Winghofer B, Ludtke R, Simon-Haarhaus B, Shopp E, Simon JC. “Topical application of St John’s wort (Hypericum perforatum L) and of its metabolite hyperforin inhibits the allostimulatory capacity of epidermal cells”. Br J Derm. 2000;142:979-984). Further studies indicate that St. John’s Wort has beneficial properties with particular regards to troubled skin. (Schempp, C. M., Windeck, T., Hezel, S., and Simon, J. C. “Topical treatment of atopic dermatitis with St. John’s wort cream -a randomized, placebo controlled, double blind half-side comparison”. Phytomedicine. 2003; 10 Suppl 4:31-37).

* Ranunculus ficaria (Pilewort, Lesser Celandine) is one of the earliest of spring flowers whose tubers give the plant its Latin name ficaria - from the Latin for a fig, ficus. Historically, the tubers were likened to nodules – hence the common name “Pilewort”. Constituents include anemonin, protoanemonin and tannin.

* Symphytum officinale (Comfrey) is a temperate plant found in western Asia, North America, and Australia. It has been cultivated in Japan as a green vegetable and has been used as a Herbal Medicine for more than 2,000 years! Constituents include carbohydrates, alkaloids, Triterpenes, allantoin and tannins. In recent years this herb has been studied for its ability to soothe the skin, particularly in topical applications. (Koll R, Klingenburg S. “Therapeutic characteristance and tolerance of topical Comfrey preparations. Results of an observational study of patients” [in German]. Fortschr Med Orig. 2002;120:1-9). (Peterson G, Lorkowski G, Kasper F, et al. “Anti-inflammatory activity of a pyrrolizidine alkaloid-free extract of roots of Symphytum officinale in humans”. Planta Med . 1993;59:A703).

Furthermore, this herb has been shown to be gentle and effective on even the most delicate of skins – such as infants and babies. (Ziolkowski Z, Orszulak J, Wojtanowska H. “Aqueous extract of Symphytum officinale in the treatment of some skin diseases in infants”. Pediatr Pol. 1957 Dec;32(12):1353-60. Polish. PMID: 13527040 – PubMed)

* Matricaria chamomilla (Chamomile) is best known as an ingredient in herbal tea preparations advertised for its mild calmative effects. Constituents include volatile oils and Flavonoids and recently studies have investigated Chamomile for its ability to promote recovery of wounds and encourage healing. (Glowania HJ et al, “Effect of Chamomile on wound healing - a clinical double-blind study.” Z Hautkr 1987;62(17):1262, 1267-71).

In recent studies chamomile has been shown to have great potential to help soothe skin – in one study chamomile cream shown to be as effective as hydrocortisone 0.25% cream in the treatment of atopic Eczema. (Ross SM . “An integrative approach to Eczema (atopic dermatitis)”. Holist Nurs Pract. 2003;17:56-62).

* Hamamelis virginianum (Witch Hazel) is an herb that has been used historically by Native North Americans for centuries. Constituents include: Tannin, saponins, choline, resins and flavonoids. These constituents contribute to the strong astringent effect of Witch Hazel with pharmacological studies suggesting that Witch Hazel promotes vein strength and has an anti-inflammatory agent. (Bernard P, Balansard P, Balansard G, Bovis A. “Venotonic pharmacodynamic value of galenic preparations with a base of hamamelis leaves”. J Pharm Belg 1972;27:505–12).

Studies have also shown Witch hazel to be especially soothing on the skin. (Korting HC, Schafer-Korting M, Hart H, et al. “Anti-inflammatory activity of Hamamelis distillate applied topically to the skin”. Eur J Clin Pharmacol 1993;44:315–8).

* Aesculus (6C) (Horse chestnut) is actually a seed from a tree. The major active constituents of horse chestnuts are saponins, flavonoids, sterols and lipids. In Germany, more prescriptions are written for the oral, standardized horsechestnut extract as a treatment to promote vein health and integrity than for any other drug or supplement. (Bielanski TE, Piotrowski ZH. “Horse-chestnut seed extract for chronic venous insufficiency”. Schulz V, et al. Rational Phytotherapy. Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1998:129-38.) (Chandler RF. “Horse chestnut”. Canadian Pharm J July/Aug 1993:297-300). (Dinsdale M. “Horse chestnut”. Better Nutrition Feb. 2000;62(2):32).(J Fam Pract. 1999 Mar;48(3):171-2. Diehm C, Vollbrecht D, Amendt K, et al. “Medical edema protection–clinical benefit in patients with chronic deep vein incompetence. A placebo controlled double blind study”. Vasa 1992;21(2):188-192). (Siebert U, Brach M, Sroczynski G, et al. “Efficacy, routine effectiveness, and safety of horsechestnut seed extract in the treatment of chronic venous insufficiency”. A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials and large observational studies. Int Angiol. 2002;21(4):305-315).

This herb has been shown to be of great benefit in promoting all round health of the Cardiovascular system as well as supporting vein and capillary strength (Guillaume M, Padioleau F. “Venotonic effect, vascular protection, anti-inflammatory and Free Radical scavenging properties of horse chestnut extract”. Arzneim-Forsch Drug Res 1994;44:25-35).

How do I use RectoRex Balm?


Wash hands and apply a small amount to the affected area two to three times daily after cleansing.

5-10 drops of our Pure Clenz in 100 ml warm water makes an excellent cleansing agent before applying RectoRex Balm.


Please consult your doctor should symptoms persist.

RectoRex Balm is highly recommended along with the following Natural Remedies for maximum effectiveness.

* RectoRex Drops soothes inflamed and sensitive skin and supports healing
* Natural Moves promote the loosening of stools and support routine waste removal
* DigestAssist to support the health and vitality of the digestive system and all related organs
* Gastronic Dr. to encourage health of the gastric system and its functions
* EcoSlim to promote healthy weight management and support routine metabolism

How long until I see results?

As with many effective herbal treatments, RectoRex Balm begins to work almost immediately, with the soothing effects bringing welcome relief to delicate skin. RectoRex Balm comes in a balm formulation that facilitates rapid absorption, instantly supporting tissue health; capillary strength and routine recovery.

Over time (usually 3-6 weeks) RectoRex Balm will promote routine skin integrity, with some individuals responding sooner than others. RectoRex Balm contains powerful all natural proven herbs in concentrated medicinal extract and should be usedalong with a healthy lifestyle.

How long will a bottle last?

One tube of RectoRex Balm at full dosage (applied three times a day) will last for roughly 3 weeks.

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