Arnica (arnica montana) has analgesic properties and when a traumatic injury occurs there is bruising, an indication of blood stagnation. Arnica is good for breaking up that stagnation; encouraging a more rapid recovery.
Cooling Arnica is made with peppermint hydrosol, peppermint essential oil, and spearmint essential oil to create a gentle cooling sensation on your skin.
Warming Arnica is made with therapeutic grade essential oils and menthol crystals to create a heating sensation on your skin to relieve aches and pains.
This all natural lotion is made with arnica flower petals infused in olive oil and then blended with carrier oils and a selection of essential oils that are known to ease sore muscles and stiff joints while gently cooling the skin’s surface. Massaging this lotion into the affected area may temporarily ease your pain. It may also help to reduce inflammation, heal bruising, and ease the burning sensation associated with neuropathy.
Should I use Cooling or Warming Arnica Lotion?
- If you’re struggling with pain and discomfort: would you rather have a heating pad or an ice pack? This consideration will help you decide if cooling arnica or warming arnica is right for you!
- Seasonal weather can often dictate which lotion you may prefer.
- If it’s cold outside, or you are internally cold, warming lotion may be your choice.
- If you are struggling with hormone imbalance or excessive internal heat: the cooling lotion is for you!