HOW TO USE
Injuries: Using arnica oil on the site of an injury stimulates the area. Blood flows quickly to, and away from, the injury. This prevents build up of tissue, resulting in faster healing time. Arnica oil can be used on injuries to the soft tissue system such as bruises, sprains and inflammation due to impact or fracture.
Massage : Arnica-infused oils can be used as a massage oil to stimulate the body and soothe muscle pain.
Athletes: Often use arnica oil to sooth over used and strained muscles and to help prevent long-term tissue damage. May be especially useful for sports sprains and strains. Athletes often carry a tube in their gym bags to soothe sore muscles. Arnica oils and creams are one of the best known herbal sports medicines. Arnica has dramatic results if used immediately after an injury. Arnica helps speed the healing process by moving waste-bound fluids out and moving cleansing fluids and platelets into the affected area
Accidents: The impact of an accident or fall can be calmed by the immediate application of arnica infused oil to affected areas. Apply as much as required to cover the area. The earliest the application after the event, the better. Best kept in your first aid kit. It needs to be reapplied regularly.
Skin Repair: The body’s natural healing of bumps and bruises can be supported by the prompt application of about a teaspoon of this oil. Many plastic surgeons recommend arnica creams to their patients to reduce post-surgical bruising.
Hair: Regular use of arnica oil stimulates the scalp and promotes hair growth. It strengthens the hair roots thus making the hair healthy and preventing hair loss. It is also used in herbal dandruff treatment.