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Arnica is widely used in products for skin bruising as it effectively helps the bruised area heal and recover more quickly.
Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Oleum Excerpts: Flores Arnicae (Arnica), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter). Cera Alba (Beeswax), Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender), Zingiber Officinale (Ginger), Mentha Piperita (Peppermint) Oil. Linalool*, Geraniol*, Limonene*, Citral*, Citronellol*, Amyl Cinnamal*, Hexylcinnamaldehyde*, Geraniol*, Eugenol*
*Components of essential oils
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What is the effect of the natural ingredients in Arnica ointment?
Arnica is a plant with a long history of use to relieve muscle pain and bruises. With its valuable properties and active ingredients, this plant is a valuable helper in the fight against muscle pain and bruises, providing natural relief and promoting faster tissue recovery.
- Arnica contains substances, such as hesperidin and flavonoids, which have a strong anti-inflammatory effect and help reduce inflammation in the muscles
- Arnica improves blood circulation in the affected area, reducing pain and discomfort
- Applied topically, arnica helps reduce the swelling associated with bruising
Ginger contains substances such as gingerols and shogaols that have the ability to reduce inflammation and pain. Ginger accelerates blood circulation and stimulates muscle recovery.
- Ginger has a relaxing effect that helps reduce muscle tension
- The analgesic effect of ginger can help relieve pain. This effect is especially useful for muscle pain and bruises
- By improving blood circulation, ginger stimulates the natural process of muscle recovery
Pine tips are known for their antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. They contain essential oils that can be helpful for bruising and swelling.
- The essential oils in pine needles have antiseptic properties that help prevent bruising and swelling
- With its anti-inflammatory properties, pine needles help to reduce already formed inflammation and swelling
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this product is marketed as providing relief from muscle pain , strains , it DOES NOT , i have used this on a shoulder injury and there was no relief for the swelling , strain and pain associated , the mix contains insufficient arnica oil , i do not recommend this product for aches , sprains , strains or swelling
I use this for swelling on joints (sle). I’m finding that I have a little less pain… whether it’s the actual product or the massaging motion when rubbing it in, I don’t know. But overall, I think it’s worth using.
This is a dinky little pot and a lot smaller than I was expecting (but exactly as described); I think I was expecting it to be more like the big bottles and tubs of arnica gel that I’ve used in the past. The formulation here is more concentrated though and there are other active ingredients; plus it’s a thicker ointment texture, so you can use a lot less than watery gel type products.I think the ointment has a soothing effect and does help to provide some relief for muscle and joint pain, especially on smaller areas like the jaw, thumbs, knuckles, wrists, ankles etc. It’s not as effective as a strong topical medicinal gel (like voltarol or ibuprofen gel) but I do think it’s a very useful product for light pain relief, particularly if you don’t want to be constantly using medicinal products and want something natural.
Yes, it appears to help with pain and swelling for arthritic fingers.
I've used arnica tablets in the past and I know they help with bruising and inflammation. This balm is really nice and rubs in easily. I think it definitely makes a difference in terms of easing off some of the pain.