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ARNICA HERBAL OIL
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ARNICA OIL DESCRIPTION

Arnica is a European flowerin plant, a genus with about 30 perennial, herbaceous species, belonging to the sunflower family (Asteraceae). It is noted for its large yellow flower head. The genus name Arnica may be derived from the Greek arna, "lamb," in reference to the soft, hairy leaves. This circumboreal and montane (subalpine) genus occurs mostly in the temperate regions of western North America while two are native to Eurasia (A. angustifolia and A. montana).

Arnica species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera (Butterfly) species including Bucculatrix arnicella.

Arnica is also known by the names Mountain Tobacco and, somewhat confusingly, Leopard's bane and Wolfsbane - two names that it shares with the entirely separate genus Aconitum. They have a deep-rooted, erect stem, that is usually unbranched. Their downy, opposite leaves are borne towards the apex of the stem. The ovoid, leathery, basal leaves are arranged in a rosette. They show large yellow or orange flowers, 6 to 8 cm wide with 10 to 15 long ray florets and numerous disc florets. The phyllaries (a bract under the flowerhead) has long spreading hairs. Each phyllary is associated with a ray floret.

Species of Arnica, with an involucre (a circle of bracts arranged surrounding the flower head) arranged in two rows, have only their outer phyllaries associated with ray florets. The flowers have a slight aromatic smell. If taken the wrong dose it can be very dangerous. The seedlike fruit has a pappus of plumose, white or pale tan bristles. The entire plant has a strong and distinct pine-sage odor when the leaves of mature plants are rubbed or bruised.

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Several species, such as Arnica montana and Arnica chamissonis, contain helenalin, a sesquiterpene lactone that is a major ingredient in anti-inflammatory preparations (used mostly for bruises). Helenalin is a toxin, which can be poisonous if large amounts of the plant are eaten. It produces severe gastroenteritis and internal bleeding of the digestive tract if enough material is ingested. Contact with the plant can also cause skin irritation.




ARNICA USES, HEALTH BENEFITS, & SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE

ARNICA MONTANA

The species Arnica montana, native to Europe, has long been used medicinally. It is sometimes grown in herb gardens and historically has been used as medicine. It has been used in herbal medicines and preparations for centuries. The roots contain derivatives of thymol, which are used as fungicides and preservatives and may have some anti-inflammatory effect. Arnica is currently used in liniment and ointment preparations used for strains, sprains, and bruises. Commercial Arnica preparations are frequently used by professional athletes. The thymol derivatives concentrated in the plants roots have been clinically shown to be effective vasodilators of subcutaneous blood capillaries. When used topically in a gel at 50% concentration, Arnica Montana was found to have the same effect when compared to a 5% ibuprofen gel for treating the symptoms of hand osteoarthritis.

Toxicity: Arnica contains the toxin helenalin, which can be poisonous if large amounts of the plant are eaten, and contact with the plant can also cause skin irritation. If enough of the material is ingested, the toxin helenalin produces severe gastroenteritis, and internal bleeding of the digestive tract. Homeopathic preparations of Arnica 24X dilution or more are not toxic as negligible amounts of Arnica remains.


ARNICA OIL INFUSIONS

Arnica Oil is made from the infusion of fresh or dried Arnica Flowers from the Arnica plant found in the central and northern regions of the Northern Hemisphere. It is native in the mountains of Europe and Siberia and cultivated in North America. The plant grows 1 to 2 feet and has daisy-like yellow / yellow-orange flowers and bright green toothed slightly hairy and round tipped leaves. The fresh or dried flower heads are what is used for medicinal preparations and are used to make an infused oil that can be used as a carrier oil. The bright yellow flowers are picked in late summer and submerged in oil. The oil draws out the healing properties of the Arnica Flowers. The Arnica Essential Oil is highly toxic and should not be used in aromatherapy. Be sure to store it separate from your other essential oils.

Other extractions do have valuable uses. It is most commonly found as a tincture, but you can also get an infused oil, or a hydrate which is safe to use. See directions below for making preparations using infused oils.

Arnica Flowers


MAKING ARNICA INFUSIONS

To make an Arnica Infused Oil, it is best to pick the flowers on a clear warm day and dry them in the sun. This insures that moisture remains absent from the oil preparation. If water gets onto the oil it can cause the infusion to spoil. Use one part dried Arnica Flowers and five parts of vegetale oil of choice. Put the dried flowers in a glass jar and cover with a carrier oil. The Arnica Flowers should be fully submerged in the oil. This will to prevent air contact from causing mold to form on the plant material. Commonly used base oils for Arnica preparations include a vegetable oil such as Jojoba Oil, Grape Seed Oil, and Almond Oil. Put a paper towel over the top of the jar and secure it with a rubber band or the canning ring if using a canning jar. Let it set for about six weeks, checking regularly to make sure the dried flowers stay under the oil, add more if needed. When done, strain your oil with a cheesecloth and a strainer. Put infused oil in a clean storage jar, cap it and label it. Store your oil in a cool, dry, dark place, such as a cupboard, when not in use. Avoid storing it in direct sunlight or around heat.

ARNICA CARRIER OILS

As a carrier oil, Arnica montana should not be used pure, if you have a pure oil, always dilute it at a minimum of 30 / 70 solution (use at least 70-percent or more of a 100-percent use carrier oil like Almond Oil or Grape Seed Oil See further Safe Dilution Ratios further down on this page). It is usually sold as Arnica Montana Base Oil which is pre-diluted and no further diluting would be necessary, but make sure you read product labels and know what you have before using it or diluting it..

Arnica Herbal Oil is used for sports injuries, sore muscles, swelling, bruising and inflammation. Arnica Oil can be infused at home or purchased from a commercial supplier.

ARNICA PREPARATION PROPERTIES

Sesquiterpene lactones, found in arnica preparations, inhibit inflammation and swelling by slowing the immune reaction. Often, when traumatic injury takes place, the immune system over reacts sending excess blood and fluids to the effected area. Using topical Arnica Oil can help to slow this response, decreasing pain and discoloration associated with bruising. The constituent in arnica include arnicin, an unstable volatile oil found in the flower head, phulin and tannin's found the rhizome, as well as resin, flavonoids, mucilage, lactones, and polysaccharides.

USES OF ARNICA OIL - INJURIES & MUSCLE SORENESS

The infused Arnica Oil is beneficial for muscle aches or injured muscles, sprains, bruises, dislocations, swelling due to fractures, trauma to soft tissue, rheumatic pain, and inflammation from insect bites. Using Arnica Oil on the site of an injury stimulates the the area. Blood flows quickly to, and away from, the injury. This prevents build up of tissue, resulting is faster healing time. Arnica Oil can be used on injuries to the soft tissue system such as bruises, sprains and inflammation due to impact or fracture. Arnica Oil can also be used to help relieve pain and swelling associated with arthritis. It makes a excellent massage oil for sports injuries and sore muscles, as it helps to reduce bruising and relaxes tense muscles. Arnica Cream is great to keep in a plant-based first aid kit or medicine chest. Arnica preparations should not be used on open wound areas. Fine hairs form the arnica plant can cause irritation. For this reason, it is best used only on unbroken skin.

Arnica Herbal-Infused Oils can be used as a massage oil to stimulate the body and soothe muscle pain. Athletes often use Arnica Oil to soothe over used and strained muscles and to help prevent long-term tissue damage. A few drops of Arnica Oil can be diluted and used as a mouthwash to improve gum conditions and inflammation. It is important to note that arnica should not be used internally. You may rinse with it only if you spit it out. Arnica Oil can also be diluted and used as a hair oil to stimulate the scalp and promote hair growth.

INSTRUCTIONS & DILUTIONS FOR PREPARATIONS

A relatively safe preferred dilution ratio for Arnica Infused Oil is to use 15 percent of the infused oil and blend it with 85 percent of one of the 100% use carrier oils (like Almond Oil), and massage into sore area. This ratio works out to be about 14 tablespoons Almond Oil (or oil of your choice) with about 2 tablespoons of the Arnica Infused Oil.

Arnica Oil ability to reduce inflammation and bruising makes it a good choice to create salves and ointments for bruises.

  • To Make A Salve or Ointment - Use 15 percent of the Arnica Infused Oil and 85 percent of a combination of Olive Oil and Beeswax. (Warm 1 cup Olive Oil with 2 to 3 teaspoons Beeswax and stir until melted then add about 2 tablespoons of the Arnica Infused Oil)


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  • To Make A Basic Cream - Melt together 1/2 cup Coconut Oil or Cocoa Butter (or 1/4 cup of each) about 3/4 cup of a carrier oil like Almond Oil and 3 to 4 teaspoons of Beeswax (use a double boiler) stir until blended, add about 1/4 cup of the Arnica Infused Oil. Put 1/2 cup distilled water or Floral (Hydrosol) Water in blender and start it, slowly pour in the oil mix in a fine stream, it will thicken and become creamy.


  • To Make A Tincture - A Tincture is usually an alcohol-based extraction solution using the flowers, roots, or leaves of a plant. This is done by using 70 percent ethanol, if available (or a 100 proof vodka (contains 50 percent ethanol) can be used to make a successful tincture preparation). To make an easy tincture, take 4 ounces of dried Arnica Flowers put into a glass jar (with tight fitting lid) and cover with vodka (about 1 part herb to 5 parts alcohol). The flowers will soak up some of the liquid and add more vodka until flowers are completely submerged in liquid. Cover with lid and twist tight. Label jar and date it, Put jar into a cupboard or closet to "brew". Check daily and shake contents of bottle. If some alcohol solution evaporates (tight fitting lid helps to prevent this) add more as necessary to keep flowers submerged in solution. Allow a minimum of 3 weeks up to 6 weeks for full extraction to be completed (flowers and leaves take less time than woody bark or roots). Strain and rebottle into amber colored bottles (ones with droppers are always helpful for doses). Label and date bottles. Store in cool, dark cupboards out of direct sunlight to maintain potency and tincture stability.

    To make creams, salves and ointments using a tincture preparation, use 20 to 25 percent tincture. Use the same method for making the oil infused salve or ointment above but use the diluted tincture instead of the infused oil. For compresses or poultices, use the tincture diluted three to ten times in cool or warm water, saturate a soft cloth and apply to injury or sore area.

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    CONSIDERATIONS

    Arnica Oil is safe for adults and children when used topically on soft tissue injuries. Arnica should not be used on broken skin and rashes. Arnica is considered toxic, and it should not be used internally unless under the close observation of a health care practitioner. Consuming Arnica internally can cause heart palpitations, dizziness, vomiting, and death. Some people can be allergic to Arnica. If treating an injury with arnica oil causes a rash to occur, treatment should be discontinued.

    Arnica oil should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women. It can cause skin irritation, such as eczema, peeling, blisters, etc, if used in a topical preparation for an extended period of time. It should not be used on broken skin. If you are hypersensitive or allergic to Arnica, do not use it. Arnica is poisonous when taken internally, causing dizziness, tremors, and heart irregularities. It can irritate the mucous membranes and cause vomiting. It is fatal in large doses. If you need to take Arnica internally - use a Arnica Homeopathic preparation specially prepared for internal use where it is used in miniscule doses under the care of a homeopathic practitioner.


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    Mountain Rose Herbs: Arnica Herbal Oil, Certified Organic Herbal Oils
    Made from fresh certified organic Arnica flowers (Arnica montana), infused in certified organic Olive Oil.A specific external treatment for physical trauma, sprains, bruising and other injuries. Use immediately after strenuous exertion or injury to prevent, relieve and reduce swelling, bruises and pain. Absorbs well, and soothing to the skin.
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Arnica & St. John's Massage Oil, Herbal Massage Oils
    An excellent muscle massage oil based on the ever popular and highly effective Injur-Heal oil. Suitable for use on bruises, strains, general aches, and after strenuous exercise. A wonderful way to treat your sore and exhausted body, and is best reserved for times of "severe need". Contains: Organic Olive oil, organic Sweet Almond oil, Arnica oil, St. John's wort flower oil, organic Calendula oil, Vitamin E oil, and organic Lavender essential oil.
    Mountain Rose Herbs: Injur-Heal Herbal Oil, Herbal Oils
    Truly the most fabulous oils of all! Our favorite external treatment for bruises, bumps, aches, pains and strains. A perfect remedy for exhausted sports-bodies and hikers, this anti-traumatic oil can be used immediately after strenuous exercise, exertion, or injury to help prevent, relieve and reduce swelling, bruises and pain. A concentrated oil, just rub a little on and feel the difference. Contains: Fresh hand picked St. John's Wort flowers, organic Arnica flowers, organic Calendula flowers, organic Olive oil and organic Lavender essential oil.


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    Starwest Botanicals: Arnica Flower Whole, 1 lb.
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    Arnica Flowers extracted and concentrated infused into certified Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Arnica flowers (Arnica montana) are infused into our cold-pressed Extra Virgin Organic Olive Oil. Arnica oils and creams have traditionally been used topically due to its anti-inflammatory properties, making it the perfect oil to massage into the skin after exercise or strenuous physical activity, providing soothing warmth to muscles and joints. For external use only and do not use on open wounds or broken skin.
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    HerbsPro: Arnica Massage Oil, Trial Size, Weleda, 0.34 fl. oz. (20134)
    Arnica Massage Oil for soothing and warming skin care. Helps restore tired, aching muscles before and after physical activity. This preferred choice of massage therapists throughout the world is formulated with rejuvenating organic Arnica Extract and organic Birch Leaf Extract.
    HerbsPro: Arnica Flower Oil, Gaia Herbs, 1 fl. oz. (90816)
    HerbsPro: Arnica Oil (Arnica Latifolia), Eclectic Institute, 1 fl. oz. (2207)
    Arnica Oil, valuable for bruises and sprains as a massage oil for muscular aches especially after participating sport activities. Arnica Oil can be used mixed with a base and/or essential oils or even used in full strength. Rub a little into your body. To create different moods or therapeutic effects simply add your choice of pure essential oils.
    HerbsPro: Arnica Oil, Herb Pharm, 1 fl. oz. (32366)
    Arnica Oil prepared from the flowers of Arnica montana plants which are Custom Wildcrafted especially for Herb Pharm in their native wild habitat in the Italian Alps, and are then carefully shade-dried to retain their full color and aroma.The flowers are extracted and concentrated into cold-pressed certified organic olive oil.
    HerbsPro: Arnica Massage Oil, 3.4 fl. oz. (88164)
    HerbsPro: Arnica Massage Oil, Soothing & Warming Skin Care, Weleda, 3.4 fl. oz. (20132)
    Massage Oil for toning and warming skin care. Helps restore tired, aching muscles before and after physical activity. This preferred choice of massage therapists throughout the world is formulated with rejuvenating biodynamic Arnica Extract and organic Birch Leaf Extract.
    HerbsPro: Arnica Flower Oil, Gaia Herbs, 4 fl. oz. (90818)
    HerbsPro: Arnica Oil, Herb Pharm, 4 fl. oz. (32367)
    Arnica Oil prepared from the flowers of Arnica montana plants which are Custom Wildcrafted especially for Herb Pharm in their native wild habitat in the Italian Alps, and are then carefully shade-dried to retain their full color and aroma.The flowers are extracted and concentrated into cold-pressed certified organic olive oil.
    HerbsPro: Arnica Oil, Now Foods, 8 fl. oz. (71708)
    Now Foods Arnica Warming Relief Massage Oil captures the soothing essence of Arnica to provide immediate warmth and relief to tired, overworked muscles. Set in a base of antioxidant-rich Olive Oil, this deep-penetrating massage oil contains potent Arnica, in addition to a perfectly arranged collection of essential oils and other natural extracts.


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    Kalyx: Arnica Massage Oil, Trial Size, Weleda, 0.34 fl oz: HF
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    Kalyx: Arnica & Olive Oil Extract, Herb Pharm, 1 fl. oz.: HF
    Arnica extract made from the whole flowers of Arnica montana plants which are custom wildcrafted in their high mountain habitat. To assure optimal extraction of Arnica's bioactive compounds, the plants are hand-harvested when in full flower, are carefully shade-dried to retain the full color and aroma, and are then shipped directly to the lab and thoroughly extracted. The Arnica is never fumigated or irradiated.
    Kalyx: Arnica Oil, Starwest Trinity, 1 fl. oz.: C
    Arnica oil is made from the bright yellow flowers picked in late summer. It is used for sports injuries, sore muscles, swelling, bruising and inflammation. Cold pressed Arnica Oil, 1:2 Arnica Oil infused in Olive Oil. Clear green colored liquid with a slight aroma and flavor.
    Kalyx: Arnica Allay Herbal Flower Oil, Flower Essence Services, 2 fl. oz: C
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