Arnica Oil

This natural oil without any chemical or additives, can protect the skin in some of the hottest and sunniest places on earth better than our processed and artificial sun creams. Saturated fats: predominantly, these saturated fats are medium chain fatty acids or triglycerides. When applied on the skin, they keep it smooth   to the touch. Due to the presence of these fats, coconut oil also retains the moisture content of the skin, as the fats eliminate moisture loss through the pours on skin.Capric /Caprylic /Lauric Acid: These three fatty acids have strong disinfectant and antimicrobial properties. Thus, when applied on the skin, coconut oil protects from microbial infections that can get into open wounds. Traditionally, coconut oil has been praised and popularized for its anti-aging properties. For any damaged cells on the skin, a healthy flow of coconut proteins guarantees their replacement at a normal rate.Many professional athletes today even use a topical homeopathic preparation of arnica oil as first aid relief for sports or exercise related pain or injury.

Arnica oil helps with muscle aches, spasms, pulled muscles or rheumatic pain.

It’s also beneficial for sprains, bruises and swelling due to fractures, insect bites and acne.
Most of arnica oils anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties are attributed to its thymol derivatives.
Thymol has been found to be effective as a vasodilator of subcutaneous blood capillaries, which facilitate the transport of blood and fluid accumulations and acts as an anti-inflammatory to assist normal healing processes.

Arnica oil also aids in stimulating the blood flow of white blood cells, which process congested blood to help disperse trapped fluid from the joints, muscles and bruised tissue.