Organic Arnica oil
What is Arnica M Organic Massage oil?
When Arnica oil is applied it stimulates circulation and your body’s healing process reacts more quickly.
This effect and Arnica oil’s anti-inflammatory properties have made it a vital healing plant for centuries; it has been used to treat hair loss, arthritis, inflammation, bruises, infections, and muscle and joint pain
Research confirms that Arnica oil reduces pain caused by inflammation and decreases the healing time for bruises.
What is organic Arnica oil good for?
Arnica oil can be used for:
- Sore muscles
- Dry scalp
- Varicose veins
- Facial puffiness
What does organic Arinca oil blend with?
7 ways to use organic Arnica oil
Massage a few drops of Arnica oil into your skin before exercising to warm the muscles or apply it after sport to reduce inflammation, muscle tension and ligament strains.
Arnica oil has been shown to work nearly as well as ibuprofen in reducing pain and improving joint function in people with osteoarthritis in their hands. Warm a few drops of Arnica oil your palms and massage the affected area twice a day.
Arnica oil is packed with nutrients and other compounds that are extremely beneficial to your skin, including helenalin, its main restorative compound, which soothes and renews stressed skin.
To make a moisturising blend, in a small roller-ball bottle mix:
1 ¼ teaspoons avocado oil
¼ teaspoon Arnica oil
2 drops Rose essential oil
2 drops Geranium essential oil
Apply to your face nightly for deep hydration.
Arnica’s anti-inflammatory abilities will calm puffy faces and brighten your complexion. Apply gently to the affected area.
Reduce the overall appearance of red pregnancy-related stretch marks by gently rubbing Arnica oil on your stomach 3–4 times a day.
To alleviate and soothe the bulging and tender skin over varicose veins, carefully apply Arnica oil in a circular motion once a day.
Itchy scalp and dandruff
Arnica oil‘s anti-inflammatory properties soothe scalp irritation, which may create a better environment for hair growth. It also clears away built-up oils and removes scalp bacteria.
Use 8–10 drops of Arnica oil to coat your scalp. Leave this hair mask on for no more than 15 minutes. Rinse off with lukewarm water.
You can also use Arnica oil to style your hair. Put a few drops on your hands and run your fingers through your hair to repair split ends and tame flyaway strands.
Studies show that applying Arnica to a bruise twice a day reduces the pain and heals broken blood vessels in the skin. A number of ingredients in Arnica oil treat bruises, including some that are caffeine derivatives. Never apply Arnica oil to broken skin.
Massage a few drops of on your temples, neck and shoulders to relieve tension headaches.
Arnica oil should not be taken internally.
Do a skin patch test before using. Leave the oil on a small patch of skin on your arm or neck for 24 hours. If no rash occurs, you’re less likely to be allergic. If you experience irritation, rinse thoroughly and do not use again.
Keep out of reach of children
If sensitivity occurs, discontinue use.
Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas of the body.