Where does arnica come from ?
Arnica is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows particularly in mountainous regions, where it is protected as a rare species. This medicinal plant is one of the oldest, and traces of its use and therapeutic virtues can be found in the Treaty of Medicine dating from Ancient Greece. Some scientists even suppose that it was used since Prehistory. This plant has been used throughout the history of medicine and is the most widely used plant, particularly for the treatment of rheumatism.
Which are its properties ?
Arnica is a species formerly used for its “vulnaires” properties in external use (with vulnus which means wound) which is suitable for the cure of the wounds and wounds. It is used and known mainly for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties but it has many other interesting properties: circulatory by improving the venous tone, healing or immunostimulant.
How to use it ?
With its calming and regenerating properties, arnica is the perfect ally of the sensitive and irritated skins. It will be ideal to treat the skins prone to the rednesses. It also has anti-oxidant properties which will allow to fight against the cutaneous ageing.
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