On a more subtle level, Arnica Allay helps the soul to reestablish its balance and equilibrium from any kind of physical or psychic trauma.
Arnica Allay can be used preventatively to aid body and soul to maintain equanimity, as well as when there is specific pain and injury. Arnica is known traditionally for its many anti-inflammatory and analgesic qualities, as well as for promoting tissue regeneration. It is used in herbal and homeopathic practices to provide restoration from many kinds of bodily traumas, such as bruises, sprains, contusions, various forms of myalgia, hyperextensions, sports injury and recovery from surgery.
Arnica in any form can cause an adverse reaction if applied to open cuts or
wounds, or in cases of acute hypersensitivity in the skin (such as dermatitis).
However, compresses can be applied over properly bandaged areas when there is need of pain relief and regeneration.
For trauma or injury: Use for bruises or sprains in warm compresses or over bandaged areas (not for direct application to open wounds)
Before and after major sports events: Use in massage or baths to speed recovery from any physical strain
Surgery: Use in baths or massage to prepare for surgery and in compresses over bandage areas after surgery
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Contains Flower Essences: Alpine Aster, Arnica, Chrysanthemum, Indian Pink, Impatiens and Star of Bethlehem
Contains Essential Oils: Sandalwood, Cedarwood, Vetiver, Rose, Palmarosa, Cistus and Helichrysum