What can you do with fresh arnica?

Answer Arnica is a herb also known as Arnica montana, wolf's bane and leopard's bane. It has been used medicinally since the 16th century. Today its fresh, or dried, flowers are most commonly used in herb... Read More »

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The Uses of Arnica?

Arnica is a perennial plant that is cultivated for use as an herbal medicine. It is usually applied topically in the form of creams, gels and poultices to treat sore muscles, heal bruises and abras... Read More »

How to Grow Arnica?

Arnica (Arnica Montana) is a perennial, sub-alpine herb found in Europe, Canada, and the United States. It is indigenous to central Europe. It has been used medicinally for many centuries although ... Read More »

Does arnica gel work?

On One Hand: Effective for OsteoarthritisTopical Arnica gel is effective at relieving symptoms of osteoarthritis. In the September-October 2002 issue of Advances in Therapy, Drs. Knuesel, Weber an... Read More »

In USA, what do you mean by saying "Fresh Food, Fresh Meat, Fresh vegetables"?

Fresh usually denotes 'unprocessed food that hasn't been around long enough to have turned bad. Even "fresh from the vine' doesn't mean it was picked that day. On the contrary, Americans statistica... Read More »