Dr MB’s ARNICA for Pain Relief


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Arnica for Pain Relief

This pure essential oil is made from the best ARNICA soured from France

Arnica oil boasts a powerful secret weapon known as helenalin, a unique compound that steals the spotlight for its remarkable anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects. This potent natural remedy doesn’t just meander around; it specifically targets key pathways responsible for inflammation, hitting the bullseye each time.

Imagine a remedy that takes center stage, effortlessly soothing away pain and swelling while promoting a speedy recovery. That’s precisely what arnica oil brings to the table – a remarkable elixir capable of dramatically reducing discomfort and expediting healing.

When you apply Arnica for Pain Relief topically, it springs into action like a superhero swooping in to save the day. It’s a trusted ally, tackling inflammatory pain with surgical precision, making it an ideal and go-to choice for easing bruises, sprains, muscle aches, and even the relentless grip of arthritis.

But there’s more! Arnica oil doesn’t just stop at pain relief; it goes above and beyond by boosting circulation, lending its support to the healing process. As if waving a magic wand, it paves the way for comprehensive relief, leaving you with a sense of invigoration and rejuvenation.

In a world where natural remedies are often overshadowed, arnica oil takes the spotlight with its active and impactful performance. So, next time you seek relief from life’s aches and pains, turn to the marvel that is arnica oil, a true hero among remedies.

What is Arnica? 

Arnica is a genus of perennial plants in the sunflower family, known for their vibrant yellow flowers.

Arnica montana, also called mountain arnica or leopard’s bane, is the most recognized species.

These plants have been traditionally used in herbal medicine.

Arnica is utilized topically for pain relief, reducing inflammation, and promoting healing. It is commonly applied to treat bruises, sprains, muscle aches, and joint pain.

Most accounts don’t recommend arnica internally, and some case reports have suggested liver toxicity as a result. As such, Arnica shouldn’t be used on broken skin, which offers a direct route to the bloodstream, and eventually the liver.

Our Arnica Pain Relief is a great thing to have around in a first aid kit.


Just use a few drops 3 to 6 times a day on any area of body that is paining or have muscle stress.

Herbal Actions of Arnica:


  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Vulnerary
  • Anti-ecchymotic
  • Analgesic
  • Antimicrobial
  • Rubefacient