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ARNICA

 

 

Surgery, injections, and the multi-billion-dollar pain medication industry have overshadowed many cures and remedies that have been helping treat pain since the 16th century. One such homeopathic pain management remedy comes from a little yellow flower called Arnica Montana.

- ARNICA
Arnica or Arnica montana is an aromatic, perennial, herbaceous plant that grows in the mountains of Europe and Siberia. It has bright yellow flowers that bloom into a star or sunflower formation from June through August. Arnica grows up to 2 feet tall with stems covered in light fuzz and egg-shaped leaves arranged in pairs along the stalks.

Native Americans referred to Arnica as mountain tobacco, and used the plant for sprains, bruises, and wounds. In the 19th and 20th centuries, physicians and health practitioners used arnica for contusions, bruised muscles, painful breasts, and chronic sores.

- HOW ARNICA WORKS
The plant’s medicinal uses are derived from its flowers, which contain between 0.2% and 1.5% of sesquiterpene lactones, which have been used in the treatment of cardiovascular disease and cancer. One of the prevalent sesquiterpenes present in arnica, helenalin, is known for its anti-inflammatory properties.

Arnica extracts are mostly processed into ointments and used topically for the treatment of blunt injuries and accidents such as bruising, contusions, swelling, and sprains.


- HOW ARNICA IS USED TODAY
Today, arnica continues to be one of the most trusted all-natural pain relief remedies just as it was in the 19th century because of the many benefits including:


~ Effective topical pain relief

~ Natural anti-inflammatory

~ Good for muscles and joints

~ Promotes blood circulation

~ Relaxes muscle tension and muscle aches

> HOW TO APPLY ARNICA
Arnica is one of the primary pain-relieving ingredients in AcuPlus, the number one FDA registered pain relief cream on Amazon. AcuPlus includes over 10 all-natural ingredients targeted towards pain reduction and healing.