Active phytocomplex based on arnica, devil’s claw, hypericum, ginger, eucalyptus, copaiba balm and rosemary.

Arnica plus is the phytocosmetic preparation with calming, warming, tonic and relaxing action. Made with arnica montana, known for its antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic and analgesic power, it is particularly suitable for treating edema, bruises, inflammatory skin disorders and small wounds. Strengthen the action of arnica, extracts of St. John’s wort and devil’s claw, with recognized anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. The essential oils of eucalyptus and rosemaryenrich the formula. The first, known for its antibacterial, antiviral, mucolytic and expectorant activity, is topically effective on burns, insect bites and to reduce swelling and muscle pain. Even rosemary, thanks to its analgesic, antibacterial and toning action, is effective on arthritic and muscular pains, but also in cases of asthma, phlegm, memory loss and mental fatigue. Copaiba balmwith healing, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties completes the spectrum of action.

Eucalyptus: inhalation is effective in cases of asthma, bronchitis, colds, flu, phlegm and sinusitis. Sprinkle a few drops on a damp cloth, hold close to the nose and exhale through the mouth for a minute. Promotes alertness and clears the mind
Rosemary: it helps to stimulate memory and improve concentration. It can also be used in cases of nervous tension and performance anxiety. It is an invigorating and refreshing remedy for fatigue.
Copaiba balm:calming properties, effective in case of nasal congestion or respiratory problems, brings relief and reduces the pain caused by headaches and migraines, fights stress and fatigue, promoting a deep sense of well-being.
Ginger: great for relieving pain, improving respiratory circulation and digestion. Relieves fatigue and facilitates relaxation.



phytocosmetic preparation with calming, warming, tonic and relaxing action.

How to use
Topical treatment:localized skin application
Plantar Application:on the sole of the foot for greater absorption of essential oils.
Cataplasma caldo o freddo: localized application covered with gauze soaked in hot or cold water.

– Do not use on children under 3 years of age;
– Avoid use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Other uses
Hot aromatherapy: in an essence burner in an oily dilution;
Cold aromatherapy: with the application of the ointment on a paper or cloth support to be kept near the nose and mouth.

After application, amplify the action of the treatment with Power plus or Power plus Mini, natural cherry stone pillows, for a hot or cold thermal action.

For more details on indications and interactions with other phytocosmetics and methods of use, click on the button below.

Helianthus annuus seed oil, ricinus communis seed oil, hydrogenated castor oil, hypericum perforatum extract, rosmarinus officinalis flower oil, arnica montana flower extract, harpagophytum procumbens root extract, copaifera officinalis resin, zingiber officinale root oil, eucalyptus globulus leaf oil, tocopherol, limonene, linalool, citral, geraniol, eugenol.


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