Pure Arnica Oil (Arnica montana)
Arnica oil is found to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, and may be helpful for treating or relieving:
Muscle aches, spasms, pulled muscles, or rheumatic pain A 2007 study found that a homeopathic arnica solution has a positive effect on muscle soreness after marathon running. Arnica is actually one of my recommended natural remedies for delayed onset muscle soreness or DOMS.
Sprains, bruises, and swelling due to fractures
Insect bites Homeopathic arnica can help treat insect bites and stings, especially those that may lead to intense bruising and soreness.
Acne It helps to remove acne however, it is not recommend to apply on broken skin.
Hair loss a diluted form applied to your scalp can help increase local blood circulation, thereby promoting hair growth.
There are also clinical trials suggesting that using arnica oil or gel topically may be effective in relieving osteoarthritis pain.
Arnica oil is used in perfumes and some cosmetic products, such as anti-dandruff lotions and hair tonics. Aside from arnica oil, arnica pellets, topical gels, and creams are also available today.
Pure arnica essential oil is NOT recommended for aromatherapy, as it is very potent and may be toxic. However, its diluted form can help reduce swelling, protect against infections, and relieve pain. Many professional athletes today even use a topical homeopathic preparation of arnica oil as first aid relief for sports- or exercise-related pain or injury.
Number of Pieces: One Unit
Essential Oil Type: Pure Essential Oil