Arnica Flowers Dried Herb Uses

Arnica Flowers Dried Herb Uses

Also known as Mountain Tobacco, Arnica is used externally on sites of inflammation, bruising, and pain caused by sprains or strains. Applied topically, it warms the skin and muscle, stimulating blood flow to the affected area, relieving pain, and promoting healing. 


Flowers are used externally to reduce inflamation, reduce bruising, reduce swelling, promote pain relief from arthritus, sprains, carpal tunnel, muscle soreness and pulled muscles, treat frostbite and chilbains. Arnica is antimicrobial, antiseptic and a powerful anti-inflamatory. Some people use arnica in handrolled cigarettes. 


Use in salves or as an infused oil applied directly to the affected area.


Do not use internally unless under the supervision of a healthcare professional. Arnica can be tixic if used internally. To avoid irritation, do not use undiluted arnica topically on broken skin.

RECIPES (Click the link below): 


Infused Oil


FDA Statement - Not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure through the sale of this herb. Use at your own risk. Information provided is for informational purposes only and is not intended to take the place of consultation with your physician. This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA.

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