Action: The predominant herbal constituents
in this compound are flavonoids, salicylates (“herbal aspirin”),
sesquiterpenes, and phytosterols (“herbal cortisone”). Through
their antihistaminic, antioxidant, antipyretic (fever reducing), and
vascular stabilizing actions, these constituents help relieve the intensity
and duration of the inflammatory process, minimize any associated tissue
damage, and speed healing.
Uses: This compound is not a remedy for any particular
disease or injury, but instead is a specific for any associated inflammation.
It is indicated in both acute and chronic inflammations,
and it can be used as adjunct anti-inflammatory therapy in the treatment
of: tissue injury or irritation, infections, fevers, allergies, mucous
membrane inflammations (sinusitis, stomatitis, gastritis, colitis, etc.),
hepatitis, nephritis, arthritis, dermatitis, phlebitis, tuberculosis,
etc. May also be helpful in relieving inflammation associated with autoimmune
Dose: Acute: Three to five times per
day, take 30 to 50 drops in a little water. Best taken between meals.
Chronic: Three times per day, take 30 to 40 drops in
a little water. Best taken between meals.
Topical application: Apply gently to inflamed area.
Can be used undiluted in most cases, but should be diluted (50 drops
per ounce of water) for broken skin, ulcerations, sensitive areas and
Adjunct Therapy: Use Echinacea
Extract to potentiate a favorable immune response to inflammation.
Take 30 to 40 drops with each dose of the above.
Cautions: Seek qualified healthcare in all inflammatory
conditions, which are rapid in onset, or are associated with high or
persistent fever or severe pain.
For painfully inflamed stomach and intestines it is best to dilute drops
in at least 8 to 12 ounces of water. Discontinue use if irritation occurs
Larger doses of Arnica may rarely cause nervous excitement, or irritation
of throat and stomach. Discontinue use if these symptoms appear.
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