Tei Fu Massage Lotion

Product Code: 3538
Retail: 21.80 €
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TEI-FU cream can be used for a broad spectrum of external issues, including muscle pain, strains, insect bites, and more.

Quantity per Package: 118.3 ml. Country of Manufacture: USA. Product Code: 3538.

In ancient China, references to various human ailments can be traced back to 2600 BCE. The first Chinese book on the healing properties of plants dates back to this period. The renowned Chinese physician and pharmacologist Li Shizhen played a pivotal role in this era, providing detailed descriptions of over 1500 medicinal plants in his treatise "Bencao Gangmu" or "Compendium of Materia Medica."

TEI-FU massage cream embodies a unique formula crafted from plant-based components, valued since ancient times. This cream exerts a positive influence on various pains in joints, muscles, and headaches. Beyond its therapeutic benefits, TEI-FU boasts a delightful aroma, penetrating deep through the skin to effectively soothe and relax muscles, making it ideal for massages.


Essential oils, aromatic and easily vaporizable substances found in various parts of plants, form the basis of TEI-FU cream. These oils, obtained through distillation of plant material with hot water or steam, differ in chemical composition from fatty oils. They consist of mixtures of various terpenoid (oxygen-containing organic compounds) and terpenoid-like compounds or their derivatives.

The pharmacological properties of essential oils encompass antimicrobial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory activities. Some oils also exhibit potent analgesic effects and possess expectorant and antitussive properties.

As these oils penetrate deeply into the skin, they act on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems, potentially exerting stimulating or tranquilizing effects. They may lower blood pressure and dilate coronary and cerebral blood vessels.

TEI-FU cream is crafted using the most valuable essential oils, including:

  • Menthol. Menthol, a component of peppermint, is known for its bactericidal and refreshing properties. Externally, it is used as an analgesic for conditions like rheumatism, gout, arthralgia, and bruises. It serves as a distracting agent for myositis, migraines, neuralgia, and skin itching. Additionally, menthol possesses spasmolytic properties and is used as an expectorant in inflammatory upper respiratory conditions.
  • Camphor. TEI-FU cream includes natural camphor derived from the roots and wood of camphor trees aged over 50 years in California and Canada. Camphor, when applied externally, has local irritant and antimicrobial effects. It is used in treating acne, wounds, and burns and is prevalent in Eastern medicine for colds, myalgia, neuralgia, arthralgia, insect bites, and chills. Camphor's sharp yet mild aroma has both invigorating and calming effects, making it widely used in aromatherapy.
  • Aloe Vera. Aloe vera sap is traditionally used in pharmacology and cosmetics. It contains enzymes, vitamins, aloin glycoside, nataloin, emodin, resinous substances, sugar, essential oil, and other elements. Aloe vera has been used since ancient times in Egyptian, Indian, Greek, and Roman folk medicine for treating cuts, burns, non-healing trophic ulcers, bedsores, abscesses, ringworm, eczema, and psoriasis. Aloe vera sap alleviates pain, reduces inflammation, and enhances tissue regeneration by penetrating damaged tissues, improving blood circulation, and stimulating collagen synthesis.
  • Eucalyptus Oil. Eucalyptus oil, obtained by steam distillation of eucalyptus leaves and young branches, is renowned in unconventional medicine. It exhibits antimicrobial effects against bacteria such as streptococci, staphylococci, typhoid and paratyphoid bacilli, and Escherichia coli. Eucalyptus promotes rapid wound healing, cleansing wounds from necrotic tissues, pus, and unpleasant odors. It possesses astringent, hemostatic, anti-inflammatory actions attributed to its tannin content. Eucalyptus oil offers overall strengthening, calming, relaxing, and analgesic effects for muscle spasms, neuralgia, and arthralgia.
  • Clove Oil. Derived from clove buds, clove oil has antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, and antiviral properties. It is recommended for dermatological conditions, coughs, headaches, and toothaches. This effective and safe remedy treats wounds, cuts, scabies, scalds, bruises, and other injuries. Clove oil also restores strength after nervous tension and heavy physical exertion.
  • Gaultheria (Wintergreen) Oil. Wintergreen, historically used by North American Indian tribes, is derived from the leaves of the plant through maceration and steam distillation. It is applied for rheumatic conditions, radiculitis, traumas, and bruises to alleviate pain. Wintergreen oil has anti-inflammatory effects and serves as an expectorant, diuretic, and astringent. It is used for menstrual irregularities, renal and cardiac edema, diabetes, gastrointestinal infections, and wound healing.

Indications for Use

Due to its unique composition, TEI-FU cream possesses disinfectant, spasmolytic, anti-inflammatory, warming, and analgesic effects. It is indicated for the following conditions:

  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Arthritis associated with infection
  • Psoriatic arthropathy
  • Gout
  • Coxarthrosis – a disorder of the hip joints
  • Gonarthrosis – pathology of the knee joint
  • Rheumatic polymyalgia – characterized by aching pains in the muscles of the shoulder and pelvic girdle, as well as the back muscles
  • Lumbago or "shooting pain in the lower back"
  • Sciatica – inflammation of the sciatic nerve
  • Insect bites
  • Myositis
  • Headaches (migraine; tension headaches – pain arising from prolonged fixation of the head; headaches caused by neuroses)
  • Household and sports injuries (soft tissue contusions, ligament sprains, rehabilitation period after fractures)
  • Cuts on the skin
  • Minor burns of I–IIA degree
  • Toothache
  • Acute or exacerbation of chronic upper respiratory tract diseases (rhinitis, tracheitis, bronchitis)

The cream can also be used by athletes or individuals actively engaged in sports as a pre-workout "muscle warm-up." It can also be used for the prevention of acute respiratory infections (ARI) and cellulite.

Method of Application

The product is intended for external use, and contact with mucous membranes and eyes should be avoided. The cream is applied in light, circular motions in a thin layer to the skin over the affected area two to three times a day, and if necessary, it can be increased to four times a day.

  • For respiratory diseases (tracheitis, bronchitis, pneumonia), it is recommended to apply the cream to the chest and back. A small amount of cream can be applied under the nose. Inhaling the aroma of the oils can be achieved by applying a small amount of cream to the palms, rubbing them together, and then inhaling.
  • For the prevention of acute respiratory infections (ARI), especially in contact with infected individuals, a small amount of cream should be applied around the nose and temples.
  • For toothache, apply the cream thinly over the area of pain.
  • For arthralgia and myalgia, apply a 3 cm strip 2–4 times a day.


The cream is contraindicated in individuals with increased individual sensitivity (allergy) to the components of the product.


Water, menthol, oil of Gaultheria procumbens leaves (wintergreen), camphor, oil of Eucalyptus globulus leaves (eucalyptus), glyceryl stearate, PEG-100 stearate, stearic acid, cetearyl alcohol, oil of Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond), ceteareth-20, butylene glycol, caprylic/capric triglyceride, oil of Eugenia caryophyllus (clove tree), Aloe Vera oil, squalane, allantoin, citric acid, dimethicone, xanthan gum, tetrasodium EDTA, acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, hydroxyethyl acrylate/sodium acryloyldimethyl taurate copolymer, polysorbate 60, phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, propylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben.

Storage Conditions

Store in a place inaccessible to children. Freezing is not allowed.

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Adaline24.02.2021 17:37

Hello. Can you please tell me if this cream can heal a wound on the face of an 18-year-old boy? The injury occurred while playing football.
Thank you in advance!

24NSP24.02.2021 17:38

Do not use Tei Fu Lotion on an open wound. It can be used for injuries such as contusions, bruises, sprains, etc.
Silver Shield Gel can be applied to a wound.
Best regards, 24NSP team.

Colin13.02.2021 15:03

At the end of November 2019, my mother fell and bruised her left side, a severe hematoma appeared, the place of the bruise turned blue. We looked at the intensive care unit, no fractures, prescribed a bunch of medications, antibiotics; the traumatologist scared my mother that if nothing is done, sepsis may begin ... :-(
Mom didn't buy anything from pharmaceuticals. Several times a day I applied Tei Fu to the injury site, drank recomendations nsp. In a month, practically nothing was left of the hematoma!
So Tei Foo REALLY works !!!

24NSP13.02.2021 15:03

Thank you for taking the time to review Tei-Fu Massage Lotion on our website!
We wish mom, you and all your loved ones good health, good results and pleasure from using NSP products.
Best regards, 24NSP team.