Arnica Massage Oil Trial Size 0.34 FL OzSoothing and warming skin care.
A member of the Asteraceae family, which also includes daisies and sunflowers, arnica is a flower with hairy leaves and large yellowish blooms. Its essential oil is derived from the flowers themselves, and this concentration is very potent, only to be used in highly diluted form. Arnica is often found in gels and creams intended for athletes. Plant Part Used Fresh or dried flower heads Extraction Method CO2-extraction Aroma Very light strength. Bitter and herbal in scent Benefits Instills feelings of gratitude. Relaxing and soothing. Blends Well With Eucalyptus, Ginger, Peppermint History of Arnica Native to mountainous regions of Europe and North America, arnica has been used in folk wellness practices for centuries. With its topical uses outweighing its fragrant qualities, arnica should be used with caution in drastically diluted concentrations to receive its considerable benefits. Using Arnica Oil All essential oil blends are for aromatherapy use only and are not for ingesting! Arnica Release Apply this diluted Arnica blend to experience the herb?s legendary soothing properties. Do NOT use Arnica near broken skin. 4 drops Arnica Oil 2 drops Lavender Oil 12 drops Jojoba Carrier Oil
Botanical Name: Arnica Montana Extraction Method: Infused in organic refined olive oil Country: USA Description: Arnica has been used medicinally for centuries. It is reputed to have anti-inflammatory properties and can be used in liniment and ointment preparations for sprains, bruises, arthritis, insect bites, aches and pains. It relieves pain and provides an overall soothing experience. Topically, Arnica Herbal Oil can be used in preparations for tinctures, creams, ointment, compress and poultices. The infused arnica oil is beneficial for muscle aches or injured muscles, sprains, bruises, dislocations, swelling due to fractures, trama to soft tissue, rheumatic pain, and inflammation from insect bites. It makes an excellent massage oil for sport injuries and sore muscles, as it helps to reduce bruising and relaxes tense muscles. Arnica cream is great to keep in a plant based medicine chest. rties make it an excellent eye remedy, an effective wash for wound and skin care and a fabulous addition to massage oil.