Kathá Soma therapeutics help people living with cancer, chronic disease or slow cell renewal due to aging, minimize their signs & symptoms, achieve daily comfort and maintain quality of life. Below is an overview about each therapeutic. Click on the highlighted product title for more details.
Maállo Skin Cream is formulated for conditions associated with altered immune reactivity and/or inflammation such as psoriasis, eczema, rosacea, lupus, dermatomyositis, neurodermatitis, HIV/Aids.
Solace Skin Cream is formulated for conditions were weakened blood vessels contribute to diminished oxygen & blood flow to the skin such as rheumatoid arthritis, stroke, pressure ulcers (bedsores), scleroderma and diabetic related skin conditions.
DaSomá Skin Cream is formulated for skin that has been exposed to chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments.
Keirá Feminine Cream addresses labia/vulva dryness and atrophy (thin, fragile vulva tissue). Keirá is formulated for post menopause women and conditions such as vulvodynia, vulvar dystrophy, vulva eczema, Sjogren’s syndrome; and cancer treatment (tamoxifen – arimidex) induced vulva dryness and atrophy.
āSport™ is a medicinal skin ointment for men to address skin irritation, chafing and abrasion for cyclists, runners, rowers, swimmers, skiers, hockey players. Suitable for sensitive body parts: inner thighs, buttocks, perineum, penis, scrotum and around under arms.
Note: Kátha Soma’s . . . DaMállue and Dákini medical foods will be arriving Spring 2014. DaMállue is formulated to address protein energy mal-nutrition. Dákini addresses symptoms associated with neuro-mood.
The Kathá Soma Difference: bio-compatible ingredients
Kathá Soma therapeutics modify the disease process to calm symptoms. Each formula has unique medicinal botanical ingredients (phytonutrients) to modify both the stimulus of skin damage and the symptoms.
DISCLAIMER The content presented in this website is not intended as or should be construed as medical advice. Please consult with a health care practitioner for individual medical recommendations. Kathá Soma Consumer Health USA/2014