Scientific Name: Arnica montana
Other Names: Arnica Flowers, Arnica Root, Common Arnica, Leopardsbane, Mountain Arnica, Mountain Daisy, Mountain Tobacco, Sneezewort, Wolfsbane
Parts Used: Flowers, Roots
Preparation & Dosage:
Herbal Actions: Anti-inflammatory, Antirheumatic, Diaphoretic, Diuretic, Emollient, Expectorant, Immunostimulant, Stimulant, Vulnerary
Uses: Bacterial Infections, Bruises, Chilblains, Epilepsy, Hair Growth, Inflammation, Injury, Joint Aches, Muscle Aches, Pain, Phlebitis, Rheumatism, Seasickness, Shock, Sprains, Wounds
Contraindications: Potentially toxic if taken internally. Do not use on broken skin or open wounds. Do not use if pregnant. Keep out of children’s reach.
Notes: The homeopathic preparation is entirely safe to take internally especially when used according to homeopathic directions.