Arnica - Organic macerated oil

Soothes pains of blows and bumps, and reduces bruises

Common name : Arnica

Latin name: Arnica montana

Origin: Alps, France.

Method of obtaining: Solar maceration in sunflower oil. Made in Die in the Drôme - France.

Part of the plant used: Flowers

Harvest period: August

Harvest Type: Wild picking, aloft.

Ingredients: Organic arnica flowers * // Organic sunflower oil *

Properties: Soothes pains of blows and bumps, and reduces bruises **

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Tips: In a tablespoon of oily arnica macerate, dilute 2 to 3 drops of organic essential oil of immortelle (or Italian helichrysum) for a coupled action.

Directions for use:EXTERNAL USE. Apply a few drops on the affected areas and gently massage until absorbed.

Recommendations : Keep away from heat. Keep out of reach of children. Do not ingest. Do not use on open wounds. Do not use for long periods. This is not a medicine. If symptoms persist, consult a health care practitioner.

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* ORGANIC: Ingredient from organic farming. 100 % of the total of the ingredients come from organic farming. 100 % of the total come from organic farming. COSMOS ORGANIC certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to COSMOS standards.

*** Properties shown are taken from serious books and webliographic references.

Here are some books to devour without moderation !

  • FESTY Danièle, Ma bible des huiles essentielles - Guide complet d'aromathérapie, Leduc.s Editions, 2008
  • LEFIEF Alix, Le grand livre des huiles essentielles, Editions ESI, 2012
  • Larousse des plantes médicinales, Edition Larousse, 2013
  • Le petit Larousse des plantes qui guérissent, Edition Larousse, 2016

 

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