SinecchApril 25th, 2012 | Posted by in Featured Products
SinEcch™ (pronounced sinn’ekk) is a medicine prepared by Alpine Pharmaceuticals in accord with the FDA’s regulations for Homeopathic preparations.
Made from the herb Arnica Montana, SinEcch™ is the only Arnica Montana dosage regimen that is clinically proven to significantly reduce bruising and swelling after surgery.
Alpine Pharmaceuticals’ -FDA-licensed pharmaceutical manufacturing laboratory in Northern California.
The FDA regulates the manufacture of all Homeopathic Medicines and has determined that Homeopathic Arnica (as is used in SinEcch™) is so safe that it can be sold without a prescription.
What Is Arnica Montana?
Arnica Montana is an herb that grows wild in the Swiss Alps. Also known simply as “Arnica,” it’s been used in Europe for hundreds of years for the reduction of bruising and swelling and to shorten the recovery period after physical trauma.
What are homeopathic Medicine?
Homeopathic remedies are derived from natural substances that come from plants, minerals, or animals. Common remedies include red onion, arnica (mountain herb), and stinging nettle plant.
Safe and Effective
Safety of SinEcch™ assured in expert plastic surgery report
A 2003 report published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)’s Device and Technology Assessment (DATA) Committee, the “expert panel” for the nation’s plastic surgeons, stated that Homeopathic Arnica Montana, the active ingredient in SinEcch™, is safe for use in plastic surgery.
The report states:
“Arnica Montana, marketed as SinEcch™ by Alpine Pharmaceuticals ( San Rafael, Calif.), is used by many plastic surgeons to limit postoperative edema (swelling) and ecchymosis (bruising). In their advertising literature, the company provides a large number of testimonials from plastic surgeons who use the product and feel that it is effective.”
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, September 15, 2003 edition
Two randomized, prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trials comparing SinEcch™ use and a placebo found significantly less bruising and swelling among the SinEcch™ users. In the facelift comparison, the patients who did not use SinEcch™ had:
25% more bruising
50% longer recovery
41% more bruising 7 days after surgery
An average of 9 square inches more bruising on their faces