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used especially in treating bruises

any of various rhizomatous usually perennial plants of the genus Arnica

an ointment used in treating bruises

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Stefan Gafner, PhD, who is also technical director of the Botanical Adulterants Program, explained: "The occurrence of arnica adulteration with Heterotheca inuloides has been known for over half a century, and is readily detected by macroscopic, microscopic, chemical and/or DNA analysis.
The search for inexpensive approaches for the treatment of animals, independence from the pharmaceutical industry, absence of residuals and adverse effects in the animal organism, and easy administration of drugs, are all factors that stimulate the performance of studies assessing the analgesic efficacy of Arnica in cats.
The roll-on is formulated with Arnica, a natural healing anti-inflammatory herb used to treat aches and pains, and Aloe, used to prevent dry skin.
A Arnica montana, also known as arnica root, mountain arnica and wolfsbane, is indeed promoted as a pain reliever for everything from carpal tunnel syndrome and arthritis to bruising and insect bites.
But when he came to my house, he simply handed me a tube of arnica gel.
Popular but ineffective products and therapies included deer velvet, rescue remedy, arnica, propolis, magnets, shark cartilage, the lemon detox diet, and megadoses of vitamin C to treat cancer.
There are few guarantees in life, but we can pretty much guarantee that you will be impressed, even amazed, by the results of Arnica montana (leopard's bane).
Utilizing the antioxidant Pycnogenol, blood-moving Peach Seed, circulatory-support herbs Gingko and Yarrow, and soothing Peppermint, Menthol and Arnica, company officials say the product is ideal for those suffering with poor circulation or have achy, tired or swollen feet.
Fortunately, there are safe, effective, natural nutrients that can alleviate these skin-related side effects of cancer treatment: vitamin K1, vitamin D, extract of the European flowering plant Arnica montana (arnica), oats, and concentrated tea extracts.
Arnica Mutual, the 22nd-largest homeowners insurer based on 2009 direct premiums written according to A.
Effect of the homeopathic remedy Arnica montana 7CH on mechanical trauma in mice.
A few small bottles of homeopathic medicines and three bottles of arnica oil, well known to be a quick healer, were bought for him.
On a national level, the the state is working with Oregon berry growers and processors on a campaign that includes promotions with partners such as Costco, Safeway and Whole Foods and a cookbook partnership with Arnica Publishing and Creative Services of Portland.
An overview is also given of what was written about arnica in popular medical publications.