A member of the Asteraceae family, which also includes daisies and sunflowers, arnica is a flower with hairy leaves and large yellowish blooms. Its oil is derived from the flowers themselves, and this concentration is very potent, only to be used in highly diluted form. Arnica is often found in gels and creams intended for athletes.
Plant Part Used
Fresh or dried flower heads
Very light strength. Bitter and herbal in scent
Arnica Oil Benefits
Instills feelings of gratitude. Relaxing and soothing.
Blends Well With
Eucalyptus, Ginger, Peppermint
History of Arnica
Native to mountainous regions of Europe and North America, arnica has been used in folk wellness practices for centuries. With its topical uses outweighing its fragrant qualities, arnica oil should be used with caution in drastically diluted concentrations to receive its considerable benefits.
Using Arnica Oil
Arnica Oil is not for ingesting!
Apply this diluted Arnica blend to experience the herb’s legendary soothing properties. Do NOT use Arnica near broken skin.
4 drops Arnica Oil
2 drops Lavender Oil
12 drops Jojoba Carrier Oil
Ingredients: Arnica Oil (Arnica montana)
Directions: Enjoy the benefits of Piping Rock® Arnica oil for massage or in your bath. For massage, dilute at a recommended rate of 5 drops of Arnica oil to 10mL of Piping Rock® Natural Carrier Oil.
WARNING: For external use only. Dilute in a carrier oil. Do not use directly on skin or apply to broken or irritated skin. Keep out of reach of children. Keep oils away from eyes. If skin sensitivity occurs, discontinue use and consult your doctor. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications or have any medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Keep oils away from hard surfaces and finishes.