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Neal's Yard Seaweed and Arnica Bath Salts ADD these mineral-rich salts to a hot bath and soak tired muscles.
Kneipp Joint & Muscle Arnica Bath Crystals, PS8.95, Holland & Barrett or Aromatherapy Associates De-Stress Muscle Bath and Shower Oil, PS47 STRESS RELIEVING FEELING frazzled after just a week back at work?
Research has shown that some of the raw botanical materials labeled as "Arnica montana" contain so-called false arnica (Heterotheca inuloides), also known as Mexican arnica, or other yellow-flowering species from the family Asteraceae.
This balm offers a therapeutic dose of menthol crystals and peppermint oils, with healing arnica and camphor, according to the company.
Zim's Max-Arnica is a homeopathic product containing arnica and other beneficial homeopathic ingredients with a convenient roll-on applicator, to temporarily help with minor bruises and strains associated with injuries, as well as pain and stiffness.
Arnica: Arnica is the pre-eminent remedy for bumps and bruises, or injuries.
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Q Are arnica herbal preparations effective for reducing pain and inflammation?
Arnica ointment or gel is a popular product that can help relieve arthritis, muscle, and joint pain.
Heat and cold therapy work well, as can arnica or an anti-inflammatory gel applied to the problem area.
Eutrophication, habitat fragmentation, and agricultural intensification have led to a rapid decline in the mountain arnica in many European countries [9, 10].