A. chamissonis

DESCRIPTION AND CULTURE: Arnica montana or A. chamissonis are low growing perennial plants that spread slowly, but form a thick mat. A. Montana prefers dry, gravely soil while A. Chamissonis prefers richer, more organic based soil.

PART USED: flowers. Arnica blooms in early summer for about a month, so collect these twice a week or every other day to maximize flower production. They puff out into dandelion seed-like structures when dried, so would do well to dry in an airy bag, basket or made into an infused oil with fresh but wilted  flowers.

FUNCTION: This is the prime topical remedy for relieving overworked or sore joints and muscles. It is a great companion for athletes or elderly- improves vascular function.

This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. For educational purposes only.

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