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Herbs against bruises and bumps
Accidental injuries - especially in childhood - are a major health problem. Kids are unpredictable, thus they need constant supervision. Accidents often occur when adults do not pay adequate attention to them.
Healing after surgery or injury can be a slow and painful process. There may be external wounds and bruising - or even (in the case of injury) broken bones.
Natural remedies can harness the innate healing mechanisms of the body, while also providing pain relieving, antiimflammatory and soothing properties. Best of all, they can do this without side effects and complications sometimes associated with many prescription drugs.
For fast and effective treatment of bumps, bruises, sprains Arnidol gel stick seems ideal with two plant extracts (Arnica + Harpagophytum) of well-known healing abilities since ancient times. Its topical use soothes skin and promotes wound healing as well as tissue regeneration. It is comfortable to keep in a handbag!
Arnica montana is a member of the Compositae family and is used extensively in traditional medicine as a specific to reduce bruising and swelling, particularly after physical traumas such as falls or blows. Arnica is also used in plastic surgeries to minimize swelling and bruising after surgery.
This wonder drug offers quick relief of concussions and contusions, aiding in the reabsorption of blood (hemorrhages) from injured tissues.
Arnica is a highly respected ingredient in homeopathic medicine and has powerful antiinflammatory and tissue healing properties. It is used extensively to treat shock, acute and chronic effects of injury and also helps to control bleeding.
Treatment with its gel form reduces the pain and improves osteoarthritis in knee joints. Arnica, when given externally, can cause skin irritation with prolonged usage. It should not be used on broken skin or open wounds.
Harpagophytum procumbens, also called grapple plant, wood spider and most commonly Devil s Claw, is a plant of the sesame family, native to South Africa. Its large tuberous rootsare used medicinally to reduce pain and fever. It also seems efficacious in the treatment of arthritis-caused hip and knee pain and rheumatism.
Harpagophytum has been traditionally used to treat wounds and to reduce the inflammation associated with sprains and broken bones. Its roots and leaves contain allantoin, a substance that is useful for a wide-range of joint and muscular problems. Plant contains glycosides (harpagoside), phytosterols (beta-sitosterol), flavonoids and harpagoquinone. It is claimed that harpagoside and beta-sitosterol, the two main active ingredients possess antiinflammatory properties.
Ointments are often applied to the surface of the skin to heal ulcers, bruises as well as pulled muscles and ligaments, fractures, sprains, and strains.