Arnica montana L.
Maceration of Arnica flowers in a base oil
Composition at a glance: Complex fatty acids, depending on the oil used for the maceration. Traces of Arnica essential oil. Phytosterols and sesquiterpene lactones, said to be anti-inflammatory.
Color and texture: Pale and bright yellow oil. Medium absorption.
Smell: Discreet and neutral with sometimes a hint of cut grass.
Note: Arnica maceration is only for cosmetic use. Do not take internally.
The Remedy of the Adventurous
Traditionally used in herbal medicine, Arnica oil is widely known for its properties to soothe bumps, bruises, joints and occasional muscle strains. Used alone or in combination with other organic oils, Arnica oil is an ideal carrier for essential oils such as Helichrysum, Peppermint, Rosemary and Lavender.
Arnica oil, prized for its many uses, is limited which makes every bottle a precious remedy. Arnica oil has an unbeatable ability to support healthy joints and muscles, calms inflammation and is a must-have for every herbal medicine chest.