Buchu Life Sports Gel has shown to be fast acting in reducing pain and inflammation, this natural antiseptic and anti-inflammatory product is recommended for use as an antiseptic and antifungal gel for open wounds, burns, bruising, nappy rash, and control of eczema. Buchu Life Sports Gel can also be used to alleviate joint or muscular pain. The general term used to describe the ability of any product to either kill or prevent the replication of an infectious agent is anti-infective. If the product targets bacteria specifically, then such products are called antibiotics whereas if the agent is a fungus, then it is referred to as an antifungal. Similarly, any product active against a specific virus would be called an antiviral agent. BuchuLife First Aid Gel has potent anti-infective, anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial properties enabling it to act as a natural antibiotic. Buchu Gel was developed in South Africa by Cape Kingdom Nutraceuticals (Pty) Ltd. The benefits of BuchuLife products have been scientifically researched by the Sports Science Institute of the University of Cape Town and by Professor Patrick Bouic, Head of Immunology at Stellenbosch University and Tygerberg Academic Hospital.
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