(Arnica montana)

Arnica grows wild in Europe, northern Asia, and parts of the United States. Homoeopaths often prescribe Arnica for bruises, sprains, strains, and other types of accidents that are sudden and may induce shock.

Most of the plant is crushed to a pulp and soaked in alcohol before undergoing the dilution process. This process makes the substance safe and non-toxic.

This Homoeopathic Remedy May Aid...

  • blood blisters caused by a blow to the area

  • broken bones and sprains

  • strains, and other sudden injuries

  • bruises

  • sore and swollen joints, as in rheumatism

  • head pain

  • toothache and pain from dental work.

  • groin strain.


Arnica is available over the counter in both tablet and liquid form.

Professional advice is required for
each particular ailment and for dosages.

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