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Arnica; Medicinal uses

A tincture of flowers can be used for the treatment of sprains, wounds and bruises; and will also give relief to chilblains and rheumatic pain.

An infusion prepared from the root will stimulate perspiration and help to reduce temperature in a feverish cold. Under supervision, doses are effective against sea sickness, salmonella and some forms of epilepsy. It"s also claimed that infusions applied externally are a good hair tonic and have hair restorative powers.

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