Special Edition! Arnica Montana Nartex® Tube
Ointment 1.05 oz
Temporary relief for the symptoms of Sore Muscles, Bruises and Sprains.
Temporary relief for the symptoms of sore muscles, bruises and sprains
Arnica montana, Hamamelis virginiana.
Adults and Children over 2 years of age: apply generously by massaging into affected areas as needed.
Children under 2 years of age: Please consult your physician.
Do not apply to broken skin or large areas of the body. When using this product, avoid contact with the eyes.
Store at room temperature. Do not bandage tightly when using this product. If pregnant or nursing, talk to your health professional. Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose or allergic reaction, seek medical help or contact your local Poison Control Center right away.
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Arnica Montana has long been heralded for its ability to produce relief from pain, inflammation and bruising. The aromatic fragant- yellow flowering plant first began to be used medicinally in the 16th century.
Arnica‘s medicinal properties are found within the flower, and these are processed for over-the-counter use for their anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects1. Hamamelis virginiana is another yellowish flower, also known as witch-hazel. The plant leaves , branches, and bark have been used for many generations.To date it is used to treat topical skin affections such as burns, sores, insect bites, ulcers and hemorrhoids2,3. Therefore, Hamamelis has been recognized by its astringent, anti-inflammatory and hemostatic properties3.
Homeopathic practices, which seek to treat ailments using small – though effective – doses, serve as a good delivery method for the array of uses provided by Arnica Montana.
- Brito, N., Knipschild, P., & Doreste-Alonso, J. (2014). Systematic review on the efficacy of topical arnica montana for the treatment of pain, swelling and bruises. Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain, 22(2), 216–223. https://doi.org/10.3109/10582452.2014.883012
- European Medicines Agency Committee On Herbal Medicinal Products. (2009). Assessment report on Hamamelis virginiana L., cortex, Hamamelis virginiana L. folium, Hamamelis virginiana L., folium et cortex aut ramunculus destillatum.
- Villar del Fresno, AM. (2001). Hypericum Perforatum (Hammamelis virginiana). Phytochemistry, pharmacology and therapeutics (Fitoquímica, farmacología y terapéutica). ‘’Professional Pharmacy Magazine’’ Orig: Revista Farmacia Profesional. Vol. 15. No. 6. 86-91
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