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Arnicaeze Arnica Oral Spray for muscle pain and bruising contains Arnica Montana, which is traditionally used in homeopathic medicine to help relieve strains, sprains, bruising and sore, aching muscles. It may, therefore, help to relieve muscular pain caused by overexertion, heavy work or sporting activities. The oral spray is easy to carry with you and easy to take.
Use the RICER principle during the first 48–72 hours following a soft tissue injury to encourage healing and reduce 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.
HOW TO USE
Always read the label, use only as directed. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
Adults and children over 12 years: 4 sprays.
Children 2-12 years: 2 sprays.
Initially, spray under the tongue every half hour for 4 doses. Then, use every 4 hours until symptoms are relieved. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
Children 2-12 years: 2 sprays. Initially, spray under the tongue every half hour for 4 doses. Then, use every 4 hours until symptoms are relieved. If symptoms persist, see your healthcare professional.
Oral sprays are a convenient dosage form which you simply spray under your tongue.
It’s best if you can take your homeopathic medicine in-between meals: either half an hour before or 1 hour after eating.
Store in a cool place away from direct sunlight and from perfumes, disinfectants or other strong-smelling substances.
If you are pregnant, please check with your healthcare professional before using any medicines.