Arnica health benefits

Arnica montana, sometimes called mountain daisy for its bright yellow flowers, is a mountain plant whose flowers and roots are used to make topical pain-relief remedies for sprains, strains and bruises. Arnica is applied to the skin for pain and swelling associated with bruises, aches, sprains, and arthritis. It is also applied to the skin for insect bites, muscle and cartilage pain, chapped lips, and acne. Arnica is used as a topical herbal preparation as well as a homeopathic remedy. As a herbal remedy, arnica is a counter-irritant, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anti-rheumatic, anti-neuralgic and anti-oedema medicine. Most commonly available as a cream or ointment, arnica is used for bruises, sprains and strains, muscle aches, leg and joint aches, rheumatic pain, inflammation from sports injuries, hematomas, contusions and fracture-related oedema. Considered by herbalists as one of the primary first aid remedies, arnica is never taken internally, unless it is a homoeopathic preparation. Homoeopathic preparations are used for similar conditions, as well as pre and post surgery to prevent swelling and other side-effects.

Natural remedies for frozen shoulder and tennis elbow

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Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition characterized by stiffness and pain in your shoulder joint. Frozen shoulder and tennis elbow are sometimes caused by bursitis, a painful inflammation of a bursae sac found in joints and other areas where friction occurs. Pain, restricted movement, and calcium deposits in the joint can accompany… 

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Natural remedies for heel spur

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Heel spur typically refers to a pointed growth consisting of calcium deposits on the heel bone, it is also called bone spur. Those afflicted may experience pain while walking or standing, or they may have no symptoms. Now help can be found in natural remedies for heel spur using essential oils, herbs and nutritional supplements…. 

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Natural remedies for foot pain

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Do you have sore feet? The average person puts approximately 500 pounds of pressure on feet, just by walking. Multiply that by about 10,000 steps a day, and the stage is set for sore and aching feet. Much of the foot pain we experience comes from overworked lower limbs. These muscles can become fatigued, decreasing their ability… 

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Natural hair conditioner

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Want hair with natural body, bounce and shine without damaging effects of chemical used in commercial shampoos, use natural hair conditioners like henna leaves. Chemical dyes can, in fact damage the hair structure. while henna protects it. Henna has the ability of coating the hair shaft, thus conditioning and thickening the hair. Henna hair conditioner… 

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Achieving tooth health natural way

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Even though Americans have checkups, fluoridated water, and new improved toothpastes, about 35 percent will have full or partial dentures by age 60. Some tooth problems are hereditary, others aggravated by lack of care. Many tooth problems can be helped with good nutrition and proper care. Achieving tooth health natural way is very much possible,… 

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Natural remedies for muscle strain and sprain

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Most of us experience a sprain or a strain at some point in our lives, very few know the difference between the two.  A strain, a pulled muscle, occurs when a muscle is over stressed by too much weight or overuse. The injured muscle fibers may go into spasm, form knots, or swell up, if you have… 

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How to cure body pains naturally

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Everyone has experienced some kind of body pain at one time or another. Body Pain is defined as an unpleasant sensation signaling that the body is damaged or threatened by an injury. Body Pain can result from a wide range of causes, from muscle injuries, fractures, and bruises to diseases such as cancer, arthritis, and… 

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