Description: Arnica flowers come from the daisy family that grows in Mexico and Southwest America. Closely related to Arnica Montana, this herb has long been a popular remedy;
including use by Native American Indians who combined the flowers with other local herbs to make healing salves and ointments.
Botanical Name: Heterotheca inuloides
Common names: Mountain Tobacco, Leopard’s bane, wolfsbane, mountain snuff, sneezewort
Medicinal part: Flowers, rootstock
Safety guidelines: For external use only. May cause allergic dermatitis with extended use or in sensitive persons.