How to Apply the Patch

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Nova Transdermal Patch Application

The Nova Clinic Patches were all invented by, and are manufactured by, The Nova Clinic in Australia.
No part is formulated in Asia.
There are no hormones, stimulants or additives added and the patch material is latex free.
They are not like anyone else’s and cannot be copied
All of our organic nutrients come from Nature, being wild herbs, flowers, fresh or dried herbs, vegetables, fruit and Humic shale.
We have been in business since 1982.

Our patches are as thin as a piece of paper and as small as a postage stamp.

They are gently adhesive and you either wear one patch and change once a week or change every three days – depending on your instruction sheet for your particular patch.

They are plastic & latex free and are of a medical grade adhesive, they are also alcohol free so are halal and kosher compliant.
You can wear them in the shower and swimming.

1st Placement: Open the sealed sterile envelope and take out 1 sheet, gently peel a patch off with the tip of your fingernail.
Place the patch on clean and dry skin (no moisturizer, tanning cream, powder, oil.  Not damp from the shower and not sweaty) and then press very firmly.

Do not take the patch off to reposition it will not stick a second time.
Place anywhere on the abdomen where it will not be rubbed by clothing, the waist area is not a good place.
A really good place is under the bra line.
Take care when taking off clothes so you don’t pull the patch off.
If a patch sticks to the backing paper, simply peel off using the tip of your finger nail – from the opposite corner.

After shower or swimming press patch firmly with a dry towel do not rub.
Our patches are not meant to be as sticky or as strongly stuck on as a band aid as you need to change them twice a week generally, they are gentle but do stay stuck very well – so treat them with respect and they will stay stuck.

We believe we have found the correct amount of adhesive to achieve this but also to not cause irritation to the skin when it’s time to change the patch.

Note that several patches can be worn at the same time; all Nova Patches are compatible to each other. So someone could wear for example – a maintenance (after diet) patch, a B’s vitamin  patch and a 72 minerals patch at the same time without any negative issues. We have 32 patches/formulas to choose from.

All patches come in a sealed, sterile envelope plus outer card envelope that you need to store them in to keep them at full potency and stickiness.

There is no shelf life if stored correctly as in – keep your patches in the envelopes provided – store in a cool, dry place, do not refrigerate. Keep away from mobile phones, computers and microwave ovens.

Children wearing the patches: You can cut the patch in half or quarters for a child – cut while still on the waxed paper. Place on the shoulder blade if they are likely to tamper with them. And wear for three days then change for a new patch.

Pregnant or Nursing Mothers: Please check with your Doctor before use.

Full electronic instructions come with every order.

Interesting note: The drug producing industry likes you to think that changing natural herbs into drugs is improving on herbal medicine, and you will often read about some herb with wonderful properties that isn’t any use until they extract some part of it and turn it into a highly toxic drug. That is as ridiculous as turning vegetables into drugs before we can eat them.

Dr Robert Willner, M.D.PhD states “My opinion, however, is that they (herbs) are superior 95% of the time to any pharmaceutical drug”.

Nova Manufacturing:
Each ingredient is made into an individual mother tincture, and then they are mixed in the correct homeopathic dilutions and potencies and made into one remedy – which is then infused into the Medical-grade patch material.

All patches are manufactured in our sterile laboratory in Australia.

Medical disclaimer:

The information provided here is not intended to replace consultation or advice received by qualified health professionals regarding your specific situation nor is it to be taken as medical advice or diagnosis.

If you have any medical questions about the ingredients or your symptoms you should consult your licensed medical provider. Some herbs can interfere with medication.

It is very important that people do not self-diagnose any on-going health condition. Any medication (herbal or otherwise) should be taken under the supervision of a knowledgeable practitioner.

Herbal medicine is the therapeutic use of plants to treat disease and enhance general health and well being. Herbs can act on the body as powerfully as synthetic drugs and should be treated with the same care and respect.

Nature gifts powerful nutrients to us in abundance.
Think of our all natural ingredients as very good food.