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Brauer ArnicaEze Arnica Cream

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    Brauer Arnicaeze Arnica Cream contains homeopathic Arnica Montana, which is traditionally used in homeopathic medicine to help with symptomatic relief of strains, sprains, and to enhance the healing of bruises and decrease bruise pain. It is also traditionally used in homeopathic medicine to relieve sore and aching muscles. The smooth cream is easy to massage into injured areas.

    Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional. Homeopathic product. For external use on unbroken skin only. If sensitivity develops, discontinue use Contains phenoxyethanol and ethanol. Do not use if seal at tube opening is broken. Store below 30°C.

    Directions for use

    Adults: Apply to the affected area every 4 hours. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional. 

    Active Ingredients

    Each gram contains 100 mg of Arnica montana 1X.

    Getting the most from your Brauer product
    • Gently massage the cream into the injured area.
    • Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight and from perfumes, disinfectants or other strong-smelling substances.
    • If you are pregnant, talk to your health professional before using any medicines.

    Healthy hints

    Use the RICER principle during the first 48–72 hours following a mild soft tissue injury to help reduce mild inflammation:

    R = Rest the injured part, avoiding as much movement as possible. Don’t put any weight on the injured part.

    I = Ice the injured area using an ice pack, crushed or cubed ice or a packet of frozen peas wrapped in a clean tea towel. Apply ice to the injured area for 20 minutes every 2 hours. Don’t apply ice directly to skin.

    C = Compress the injury using a firm crepe bandage. Make sure that the bandage isn’t too tight.

    E = Elevate the injured limb and place it on a pillow for comfort and support.

    R = Refer to a healthcare professional such as a doctor or physiotherapist for correct diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.