Arnica for Horses Extra Strong Gel of Terra di Cuma is a gel for horses that gives immediate relief and well-being to your horse by massaging the joints, neck and back.
Thanks to the presence of Arnica Montana, Menthol and Essential Oils with known anti-inflammatory, anti-neuralgic, anti-ecchymotic and antimicrobial properties, Arnica Gel Extraforte can give relief in case of post-traumatic edema (bruises, fractures, bruises, sprains, , bruises, muscle tears), arthralgias and rheumatic joint disorders, joint effusions and non-ulcerative phlebitis thanks to its marked soothing activity.
For this reason, arnica is widely used in the formulation of sports massage products and can also be used for horses.
Arnica for horses has been used for centuries as a product with soothing and anti-inflammatory properties.
Aqua, alcohol, glycerin, arnica montana, pinus sylvestris, mentha piperita, menthol, Peg 40 hydrogenate castor oil, rosmarinus officinalis, carbomer, triethanolamine.
HOW TO USE:
Apply an adequate amount of product on the area to be treated and massage from bottom to top.
Arnica montana is a medicinal herb that belongs to the Asteraceae family, native to Europe and southern Russia reaching heights between 30 and 60 centimeters. There are about twenty known species but only arnica montana grows in our area.
From the appearance it looks like a daisy and it is precisely its yellow-orange flowers, collected during the months of July and August, that are used for the production of homeopathic products.
The history of arnica already sees it used, many centuries ago, for the preparation of the first alcoholic tinctures in North America and for human use.
It is also commonly called "herb of falls" due to its strong use in treating falls and bruises.
It is precisely the different molecules present in arnica (flavonoids, carotenoids, phenols, triterpenes, thymol and essential oils) that give it anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, pain-relieving and circulation-stimulating properties.
Laboratory tests have confirmed that arnica acts on the circulation because it strengthens the cardiovascular system and therefore stimulates blood circulation in the area of the wound and bruise.
A treatment based on arnica can also be used for human use, in fact, Arnica montana and its extracts are used as products for homeopathic treatment both for human use and for many animals, first of all the horse.
The horse is a very delicate animal and easily, especially if it is a competition specimen, can undergo sprains, muscle tears, bruises, hematomas, joint effusions.
Arnica plays an important role in treating traumatic injuries and this is why it is used in many sports pathologies including horse riding. With the sports massage on the affected area of the horse, arnica releases its active ingredients which will activate the circulation and promote healing.
Arnica-based medicines are not prescribed and can be found in the form of ointments, as an ointment or as a gel. The latter must not be used on damaged skin because arnica is for external use only, therefore used in traumatology, rheumatology, dermatology.
Arnica-based preparations have proven to be useful not only for muscle problems but also as antiseptics thanks to two substances (helenalin and dihydrohelenalin) contained in it.
Arnica for horses is a very important resource not only because it is a homeopathic medicine, therefore minimally invasive, but also because it will help prevent muscle trauma.