Αrnica oil Οrganic
9,79 € per 100 ml
Αrnica Οil Οrganic
Latin name: Arnica montana
Arnica oil offers straight away rapid relief from muscle pain and also helps with immediate recovery from injury. It is considered suitable for the treatment of wounds and swellings, edema, infection and for immediate pain relief.
Arnica is a perennial plant whose flowers have yellow petals and an orange center, and are found in Europe, Siberia and North America. Its species are many, but the most famous is the Arnica Montana, which grows at an altitude of 1000 meters.
Arnica oil contains amines, carbohydrates, coumarins, flavonoids, triterpenoids, thymol etc. It has the effect of activating the therapeutic mechanism of the body. Arnica oil has anti-arthritic, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, disinfectant, anti-inflammatory properties. The anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of arnica stem from the thymol derivatives it contains. Thymol has vasodilating properties, which facilitates the circulation of blood and fluids to affected areas, thus acting as a strong anti-inflammatory in the natural healing process of the body.
Arnica also stimulates the circulation of white blood cells that play a key role in the treatment and relief from fluid accumulation in injured joints, swollen muscles and bruised tissue.
It is therefore used to treat muscle pain, hematomas, sprains, phlebitis. It is also used to warm up (with a massage) before exercising and for relaxation after sport.
Its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties cover the following:
• Muscle aches, cramps, pulled muscles or rheumatic pains
• sprains, bruises and swelling due to fractures
• Insect bites and
• Hair loss (massage the scalp with diluted solution of arnica oil, this helps with blood circulation and the growth and strengthening of hair).
Our products with arnica oil: Arnica - Comfrey balm for muscle & joint pain, Massage oil for muscular aches.
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Arnica oil is for external use only and should under no circumstances be swallowed or inhaled. There are many arnica products on the market, and tablets containing arnica found elsewhere contain such small amounts of the drug that they are not dangerous.
Avoid using arnica during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
If used for a long time, it may cause irritation to the skin such as eczema, peeling or blisters.
Avoid use on torn skin.
Do not use in case of allergy to arnica.