Arnica Montana is an herb with well-known healing qualities of an herbal cure long familiar in Europe and North America.

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Arnica montana

Arnica is also known as Wolf’s bane, mountain tobacco or mountain daisy. 30 species of Arnica are sometimes grown in herb gardens in the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere with 20 species native to the Pacific Northwest. Although Arnica plants can be poisonous if taken internally in sufficient quantities, they are thought to have well-known soothing qualities long familiar in Europe and North America.

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Side effects of Arnica montana can be dangerous; any internal use of Arnica can be poisonous.