The medicinal use of the plant with the characteristic yellow petals is secular; the arnica is indeed the remedy of choice for the physical traumatisms and has a place of preference in each drugstore or pharmacy. Arnica has multiple virtues, far from being limited to relieve the small injuries of the sport as one would be accustomed to think.
Arnica for the physical traumatisms:
Companion of road of the sportsman, the arnica represents an essential of the kit of first aid at the time of the falls, shocks (sprains, dislocations, bruises), bruises or small accidents frequent at the time of the sporting practice... From where one of its nicknames of "grass with the falls". In prevention, it also helps to avoid aches and pains after a more or less intense physical activity. In homeopathy, it can be found in different forms, from ointment to cream to granules.
Arnica following surgical operations:
The healing properties of arnica do not stop there, however. The arnica is also used to help with the lacicatrisation and to stop the bleedings. During the preparation of the childbirth, the arnica can help at various levels: to gather its forces to prepare with the effort, to relieve the pains related to the contractions and to support the cicatrization after the childbirth.
Aloe barbadensis leaf juice, Disodium EDTA, Sorbitol, Cyclopentasilozane, Emulsifying wax NF, Ethylhexyl stearate, Phenoxyethanol, Tocopheryl acetate, Ethylexylglycerine, Water
There are generally no contraindications to using arnica in homeopathic form, as homeopathy is a practice without side effects. Before taking arnica in other forms and in general, always ask your therapist or homeopathic pharmacist for advice.
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