- to depress the swelling of tissue, which will develop because of the concentration of hematoma. By doing this, no further injury will develop
- to bring down the inflammation which is inevitable after a trauma
- to drop the CRP-value (C-Reactive Protein)* in the blood
- to relieve the pain and to give a feeling of relaxation
- to increase the circulation of blood so the body has the chance to remove the toxic residues
* What is C-Reactive Protein?
C-reactive protein (CRP) is an acute phase reactant. CRP is being produced by the body in reaction to an acute trauma or inflammation.