MCM , Klosterfrau Arnika Roll-On Rücken Schulter Nacken, 50 g
high doses with 25% Arnica flower tincture
bruises, sprains and bruises
has a decongestant, anti-inflammatory, analgesic effect
Field of application of arnica
Arnica is a herbal medicine for external treatment of blunt injuries. Use arnica externally for injuries such as bruising, sprains, bruises or bruises.
Action of Arnica
Arnica not only helps in the acute case, but also fulfills its purpose for the lengthy after-treatment of accidental injuries. The active ingredients of the well-known medicinal plant arnica reduce the pain, reduce swelling and accelerate the regression of bruises.
Active ingredients / Ingredients / Ingredients
Active substance of arnica: 25 g tincture of Arnica flowers (1:10), extracting agent: ethanol 70% (V / V)
Other ingredients of arnica:
Sedefos 75 (ethylene glycol monopalmitostearate, diethylene glycol palmitostearate, tris [alkyl (C 16 -C 18) poly (oxyethylene) -4] phosphate), medium chain triglycerides, emulsifying cetylstearyl alcohol (type A), dimethicone (100 cSt), 2,6-di-tert-butyl 4-methylphenol-L (+) - 6-O-palmitoyl ascorbic acid-citric acid 1 H2O-glycerol monostearate-propylene glycol (10: 5: 2.5: 5: 27.5) (w / w), sorbitol solution 70% (not crystallizing), sodium hydroxide, purified water.
Cetylstearyl alcohol can cause localized skin irritation (e.g., contact dermatitis). When using arnica-containing preparations on the skin, allergic reactions in the form of itching and redness with blistering (eczema) often occur, usually as a result of pre-existing allergies or because of so-called cross-reactions in hypersensitivity to other daisy family members, such as e.g. Chrysanthemums. Frequent and prolonged use may promote the re-emergence of allergies to arnica. If hypersensitivity to any of the above ingredients is known, the product should not be used.