THE HEALING BENEFITS OF ARNICA
For those of you who have had plastic surgery or surgery recommended by a Natural Doctor you may be familiar with the healing benefits of Arnica. But, for those of you who have not, Arnica is a remedy that is designed to treat a patient as a whole by triggering their body’s natural healing system known as vital force. Homeopathic remedies are generally made from natural products that have been diluted and shaken. Arnica thrives in the northern mountains of the U.S. and Canada; located in high pastures and woodlands. Arnica flowers are used for medicinal purposes either dried or fresh; it is a bright yellow, daisy like flower that blooms in July. This herb has been used in folk remedies since the 16th century.
So what exactly is arnica used for? In the form of a tincture; when added to warm water it has been known to alleviate fatigue and sore muscles. Some people use it with a hair rinse to treat alopecia neurotic; an anxiety condition which leads to hair loss. Arnica has also been beneficial for the use of seasickness, hoarseness and vertigo. Other uses include; dandruff, insect bites and skin disorders such as psoriasis and eczema. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, arnica has been used in sports injuries to treat bruises, muscle soreness and sprains. I personally have used arnica and found it very beneficial after my severe car crash which left me with an excessive amount of inflammation; I couldn’t turn my head or lift my arms. After the use of arnica I was able to gain mobility back as it continued to successfully reduce the inflammation. I am so glad that I decided to treat naturally and regain control of my health so I could experience a natural way to a better life. So, the next time you experience a pulled muscle or bruising, consider Arnica gel for fast recovery and relief.