BOIRON: Arnica Cream 2.5 oz

Arnica Cream - 2.5 oz



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Arnica Cream Homeopathic Medicine to Relieve Pain such as
Muscle Aches, Stiffness and Bruises. Non-greasy texture
Great for massaging sore muscles No artificial colors or
perfumes Cruelty-free Arnica Cream is a non-greasy cream
with a smooth texture. This cream is great for massaging sore
muscles. Arnica cream is also suitable for use on the face.
Arnica montana is a mountain plant (leopard's bane) found in the
Northwest part of the United States as well as Central Europe.
Generations of athletes, trainers and parents have long enjoyed
the relief that Arnica provides. The letters HPUS indicate
that these ingredients are officially included the Homeopathic
Pharmacopoeia of the United States. Warnings: For external
use only. Avoid contact with the eyes and with open wounds.
Do not use if tube seal is broken. Stop use and ask a doctor
if condition persists for more than 3 days or worsens. Keep
out of reach of children. In case of ingestion, seek
professional assistance or contact a poison control center
immediately.


Arnica Arnica is used for both homeopathic and herbal
remedies to assist in the healing process and to help prevent
tissue from swelling after a serious injury. Arnica is
recommended for external use in cream or tincture or mixed as a
homeopathic remedy with other herbs in minimal dosages. It was
used in Europe for reducing bruising and swelling by preventing
clotting of blood platelets after an injury. Arnica can also aid
in fighting bacteria and reducing inflammation. In Norway,
marathon runners discovered that massaging arnica cream onto
their skin reduced their post-running pain and stiffness. This
should not be used for more than two weeks intervals or if a
development of a rash appears. Arnica has also been found that
it has some of the same properties as pitocin – a drug used for
induction of labor – so pregnant women should not use arnica for
any reason.

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