Supportive in diseases:
An infusion from dried arnica flowers can be used as a rinse in gum diseases and inflammation in the mouth. It can also be used for vaginal irrigation. In the form of tea, it can aid digestion and increase the secretion of bile and digestive juices. Arnica improves circulation and strengthens blood vessels.
Dried arnica flower
Dried arnica flower is also known as mountain tobacco. These flowers are known to be effective in reducing swelling and bruising. Usually, their extracts are used in eye creams and ointments for bruises. The flowers can be used to prepare infusions. Usually, they are used externally because of their anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic, and antiseptic properties.