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International chemical name is diclofenac - sodium salt of phenylacetic acid. Physicochemical properties: it’s a white smooth gel with a specific smell. The gel contains sodium, methyl parahydroxybenzoate, essential oil of peppermint, carbomer, glycerol, macrogol №400, ethanol, dimethylsulfoxide, ammonia solution 15%, and purified water. It is made in the form of gel in the tubes. The drug is used external for muscle and joints. Our online pharmacy offers Diclofenac Topical Gel for sale at discount price for regular customers.

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