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Arnica is a perennial with daisy-like yellow-orange flowers that can reach heights of 1 to 2 feet. Round, hairy stems have 1 to 3 flower stalks with 2 to 3 inch wide flowers at the end. Green leaves are vivid. Lower leaves have rounded tips, whilst top leaves are toothed and slightly hairy. It is grown in North America but is endemic to the highlands of Europe and Russia.

A homoeopathic herb called arnica is used to treat bruises, aches, and pains. Arnica plants have daisy-like flowers and long, downy leaves. It originates from western North American subalpine regions and is also seen in the Arctic.

Mother Nature provides a stunning wild plant every year that is carefully protected by responsible picking while being collected at altitude in its natural habitat. See the process behind the scenes as Boiron's dedicated team of botanists, pharmacists, and other specialists grow the Arnica montana plant into the homoeopathic remedy that is used all over the world to treat common aches and pains.

Reduces discomfort in some way.
Arnica is a well-liked natural remedy for pain in the body brought on by injury, surgery, or inflammation. According to a study on marathon runners, those who took arnica had less muscle discomfort right away after a run than those who received placebos. Several studies have shown that arnica is a powerful substitute for NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines) for the treatment of post-traumatic and post-operative pain.


Reduces swelling.
Arnica is well known for its ability to reduce edoema, particularly when it results from sprains, muscular strains, bug bites, or fractured bones.


Osteoarthritis is alleviated.
Common osteoarthritis symptoms including pain and joint stiffness seem to be helped by arnica. According to research, daily application of arnica gel was just as good for pain alleviation and hand function as ibuprofen gel.