Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Review/Giveaway Arnicare arnica gel

        Arnica montana is the Latin name for a perennial that grows 1 to 2 feet tall with bright, yellow daisy-like flowers that appear in July and August. It is found on the moist, grassy upland meadows in the hills and mountains of northern and central Europe and Siberia. It is also found sparsely in the northwestern United States. More common names for Arnica are Mountain daisy, Leopard’s bane and Mountain tobacco. Arnica is toxic when ingested at full strength, but it can be used as an ointment, gel or cream on unbroken skin or taken internally when it is diluted homeopathically. read more

Christina's voice:
The Arnicare arnica gel, Homeopathic medicine which is a pain reliever. Examples neck,back,shoulder,leg etc. This is great for runners who have muscle pain and stiffness just rub it in. This product is not greasy at all and works naturally with your body to heal the pain. I love it. i have knee issue in the winter or cold and rainy days and i tried this product out and it really works.

Brought to you by Boiron, world leader in homeopathic medicines, Arnicare Gel, made from Arnica montana , works naturally to ease muscle pain and stiffness due to minor injuries and overexertion. It also works to reduce swelling and discoloration of bruises. Arnica, a mountain plant from the daisy family, has been commonly used for centuries as a natural pain reliever and is recommended today by doctors, plastic surgeons and pharmacists—and used by professional athletes—worldwide.
Since Arnicare works naturally with your body, there’s no risk of overdose, no contraindications, no drug interactions, and no side effects when used as directed. This unscented homeopathic gel is quickly absorbed by the skin, it’s non-greasy and paraben-free, and it does not contain methyl salicylate or camphor—common ingredients found in many pain relief creams which can be toxic in large doses. This makes Arnicare Gel safe for the whole family.
Keep Arnicare on hand this winter, and be prepared to relieve muscle pain and stiffness as soon as it starts. Arnicare Gel can be purchased at Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid and Whole Foods, as well as independent pharmacies and health food stores. Arnicare is also available in several other forms, including cream, ointment, oral pellets and tablets.

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i recived this product free of charge for the purpose of this review

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