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ARNICA - Remedy for accidents / shock / physical exhaustion/ mechanical trauma.

Should be a first choice remedy after most accidents, injuries or physical ordeals. Given early it will reduce swelling and bruising. Person has a fear of being touched, because of the pain and may want to be left alone. May claim to be alright when they clearly are not. Classic response of someone in shock. Upper body is hot, whilst lower is cold. Memory may also be poor.  Better: lying down. with head low. Worse: jarring; lying on injured part.  

This remedy is for bruising, sprains & mechanical injuries:

  • Sore, bruised feeling to any part of the body
  • Minor bumps or blows to the head or spine
  • Mechanical injuries with blood loss = e.g. contusion, sprains
  • Physical trauma = e.g. car accidents, after surgical operations
  • Fear of being touched, due to pain
  • Aches and pains after excessive use as in sports or gardening 
  • Injuries that are worse for physical exertion of the part

How to Take – Give 30C potency & repeat in 10-15 mins if necessary 

CHILDREN 2-8 yrs - 1 Dose = 4 drops under tongue. Give 3 doses for 2 days. Stop when symptoms improve.

AGE 8-100yrs - 1 Dose = 7 drops in ½ glass of water. Give 3 doses for 1-2 days - depending on severity of bruise. Stop when symptoms improve.

Plant Information
Arnica Montana or Leopard’s Bane or Wolf’s Bane is a plant that grows in the mountainous regions of Europe and Siberia. The remedy is made from the whole plant (including the root). Used by South American Indians for centuries to treat injuries. Swiss mountaineers who chewed the leaves to prevent sore and aching limbs when climbing also used it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARNICA - Remedy for accidents / shock / physical exhaustion/ mechanical trauma.

Should be a first choice remedy after most accidents, injuries or physical ordeals. Given early it will reduce swelling and bruising. Person has a fear of being touched, because of the pain and may want to be left alone. May claim to be alright when they clearly are not. Classic response of someone in shock. Upper body is hot, whilst lower is cold. Memory may also be poor.  Better: lying down. with head low. Worse: jarring; lying on injured part.  

This remedy is for bruising, sprains & mechanical injuries.•      Sore, bruised feeling to any part of the body.•      Minor bumps or blows to the head or spine.•      Mechanical injuries with blood loss = e.g. contusion, sprains•     Physical trauma = e.g. car accidents, after surgical operations.•      Fear of being touched, due to pain•     Aches and pains after excessive use as in sports or gardening       Injuries that are worse for physical exertion of the part

How to Take – Give 30C potency & repeat in 10-15 mins if necessary 

CHILDREN 2-8 yrs - 1 Dose = 4 drops under tongue. Give 3 doses for 2 days. Stop when symptoms improve.

AGE 8-100yrs - 1 Dose = 7 drops in ½ glass of water. Give 3 doses for 1-2 days - depending on severity of bruise. Stop when symptoms improve.

Plant Information - Arnica Montana or Leopard’s Bane or Wolf’s Bane is a plant that grows in the mountainous regions of Europe and Siberia. The remedy is made from the whole plant (including the root). Used by South American Indians for centuries to treat injuries. Swiss mountaineers who chewed the leaves to prevent sore and aching limbs when climbing also used it.