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Arnica and Thyme Remedy

Other Names: Arnica, Leopard's Bane, Wolf's Bane, Mountain Tobacco, Arnica Flowers, Arnica Root, Camphor Weed, Telegraph Weed, Arnica Montana
Traditional Usage: External use for severe bruising, sprains, rheumatic joints, aches and pains after sports activities, Angina, Weak or Failing Heart, Wounds, Hemorrhoids, Bruises, Toothache, Sore muscles, Bronchitis, Stomach Ache, Diarrhea, Menstrual cramps
Resources: Europe, Russia, Central Asia, Siberia, Canada, US,
Parts Used: Flowers, Rhizomes
Health Warning: Arnica can be toxic and should only be used internally under the guidance of your doctor. Do not use on broken skin.


Arnica and Thyme - Herbal remedy for Whiplash: Arnica and Thyme can help treat the aches and bruising that result from whiplash injuries. Blood circulation to an injured area can be increased by taking a hot bath in which 5 drops of the essential oils of arnica, comfrey and thyme have been added.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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