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Why use Pharmasal?

  • Pharmasal consists of the following 3 active pain-killing ingredients: Methyl salicylate, methyl nicotinate and capsicum oleoresin. Accordingly, people use it to relieve day-to-day muscle pains, stiffness, and pain associated with sports activities.
  • As noted above, people use Pharmasal to relieve a wide range of muscular pains and stiffness. For instance: backaches, thigh pain, muscle cramps and rheumatic pain (in muscles, tendons, joints or bones), joint pain, minor sports injuries, sprains and strains.
  • Methyl salicylate and methyl nicotinate reduce pain by rubefacient action, which causes a warm sensation at the application site. Subsequently, this reduces the feeling and perception of the pain.
  • Capsicum oleoresin is a pain desensitiser. That is to say, it reduces the activity of pain-transmitting nerves.
  • Pharmasal is a combination of rubefacients and pain desensitiser. Hence, it offers fast relief from pain by creating a unique analgesic synergy.
  • Pharmasal delivers the medicine right to where it hurts. In other words, it offers relief from superficial and deep-seated local pain.
  • The active ingredients in Pharmasal have a long history of safe usage to treat the local pain without any major safety concerns.
  • Pharmasal is a quality product manufactured by Shalina Healthcare at a WHO-approved manufacturing facility.


  • Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with an injury.
  • It can be sharp or dull and may also come and go.
  • Furthermore, pain can be short-lived (i.e. acute) or long-lasting (i.e. chronic) and stay in one place or spread around the body.
  • The common causes of pain include the following: Sports injuries, tooth extraction and decay, joint injury etc.
Sprain and strain
  • These are common injuries affecting muscles and ligaments.
  • Sprain injures the bands of tissue that connect two bones, while a strain injury occurs to the muscle or the band of tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone.
  • The common causes are falls, lifting heavy objects, improper posture and overstretching.
  • It commonly occurs in the ankle, foot, wrist, thumb, knee, leg or back.
  • In addition, it causes pain and swelling and restrict movement.
Rheumatic pain
  • It is the most common pain condition worldwide and is experienced by almost everyone during their lifetime.
  • Rheumatism is the name for muscle, joint and bone disorders affecting ligaments, tendons, muscles and bones.
  • The common symptoms are, firstly, pain in the hands, fingers, shoulders or knees. Secondly, stiffness, swelling and tenderness in joints as well as muscles. Thirdly, redness and warmth in muscles; a lack of mobility in specific joints and muscles.
  • In essence, rheumatic pain negatively affects overall well-being, sleep, mood, and energy.
Muscle cramps
  • In short, a muscle cramp is a sudden and involuntary contraction of one or more of your muscles.
  • Specifically, a sudden, sharp pain lasting from a few seconds to 15 minutes is the most common symptom of a muscle cramp.
  • It can be caused by muscle overuse, dehydration, muscle strain, or simply holding a position for a prolonged period.
  • It commonly affects calf muscles, neck muscles and thigh muscles.
Back pain
  • Back pain is undoubtedly the most common type of pain for which people see a doctor.
  • It can range from a muscle aching to a shooting, burning or stabbing sensation. The pain may also radiate down the leg or worsen with bending, twisting, lifting, standing or walking.
  • It can be caused by any of the following:
    • Either muscle or ligament strain.
    • Slipped or ruptured disc. Of course, discs act as cushions between the bones in your spine).
    • Furthermore, damage to joints in the back or nerve problems (e.g. sciatica-pain in the nerve that runs from thigh to leg).
    • Lastly, poor posture while sitting, exercising or lifting heavy objects.
Joint pain
  • It means pain, inflammation or discomfort that occurs in any part of the joint.
  • There are many common causes of joint pain. For example, wear and tear of joints caused by sports activities, excessive use, increasing age or arthritis (disease related to pain and swelling in joints).
  • Joint pain can also be mild to severe, leading to reduced movement and loss of flexibility.
  • The typical locations are the knee, lower back, hip joint, ankle and shoulder joint.