Friday, November 22, 2019

Simple Syrup Recipes

Try it in iced tea or combine with rye whiskey, lemon juice and bitters for an amazing cocktail. We use a splash in Lemonade or Hot Herbal Tea!

1 cup water
1 cup sugar
1 cup dried Rose Petals or Lavender Buds

Combine the water and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring occasionally until sugar dissolves. Reduce the heat to a simmer. Stir in the rose petals/lavender and continue to simmer for 10 minutes. Remove from the heat and steep for 15 minutes. Strain through a mesh sieve, reserving the syrup in a clean glass container.

Store in the refrigerator and use within one month.

You can also substitute Orange Peel, Lemon Peel, Calendula, Chamomile, Dandelion, Hibiscus, Peppermint, Spearmint or any other herb you like!

 Tip: For a more tart flavor with the benefit of an abundance of vitamin C, add ½ cup Rose Hips to the ingredients.

 Sweet & Spice Juniper Simple Syrup is so flavorful people will think it took a lot of effort. Use this syrup to create your own signature cocktails and mocktails.

1 cup water
3 tablespoons dried juniper berries
3 cardamom whole pods or 1 tsp chopped fresh ginger
1/2 c Orange/Lemon Peel or One whole fresh orange/Lemon

Using a mortar and pestle, lightly crush the juniper berries to break them open. Toss the berries into a medium saucepan. Repeat with the cardamom pods. Cut the orange peel into strips and add to the pan. Add the water and heat over medium heat to just bring the mixture to a boil. Reduce heat and stir in sugar. Simmer the mixture on the lowest heat for 15-20 minutes. Remove from heat, cover and refrigerate for 8 hours or overnight. Strain and refrigerate the reserved syrup. Use within 2 weeks.

 Lavender & Thyme Simple Syrup incorporates a botanical combination that compliments in baked goods, or in lemonade. In cocktails, pair it with vodka or gin, sparkling soda and fresh lemon juice. Placing the herbs in a small muslin bag makes straining the mixture much easier.

1 cup water
1 cup sugar
¼ cup lavender flowers
2 teaspoons dried thyme

Combine water and sugar in a saucepan. Place the lavender and thyme in a muslin bag and tie the top. Drop bag into the pan. Bring the mixture to a boil, stirring occasionally until sugar dissolves. Reduce heat and simmer 10 minutes. Remove from heat and let steep 10 minutes. Remove bag and transfer syrup into a clean glass container.

Refrigerate and use within 2 weeks.

Black Peppercorn Simple Syrup is an earthy, robust syrup that partners beautifully with the flavors of orange, grapefruit, persimmons, ginger and lavender.

1 cup water
1 cup sugar
1⁄4 cup whole black peppercorns, lightly crushed or 10 drops Black Pepper Essential Oil

Combine water and sugar in a sauce pan. Crush peppercorns slightly using a mortar and pestle; add to pan and bring mixture to a boil, stirring occasionally until sugar dissolves. Reduce heat and simmer 10 minutes. Remove from heat and steep for 10-15 minutes. Strain, reserving the syrup in a glass jar.

Store in the refrigerator and use within one month.
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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Gemstone Wands -- Cleansing & Charging your wands

Gemstone Wands are used to massage the reflex points, drawing off negative energy when pointed away from the body and channeling energy to the body when pointed inwards, This restores the flow of energy through the entire body, promoting general good health and well-being.

Cleansing Your Wand
To cleanse your wand is to remove the energy that a wand may have absorbed and return it to clean, pure energy. To charge a wand is to replenish its energy after it has been depleted. Though some use these words interchangeably, a wand must often be cleansed before it can be charged.

The first (and some say easiest) way to cleanse a wand is to smudge it with sage. Start by lighting a stick of sage and blow it out so that it continues to smolder, producing a steady stream of smoke (think incense). Hold your crystal directly in the plume of smoke and let the smoke rise around all sides of the crystal. Continue to do this until you feel like it has been cleansed enough. (Five minutes is more than ample time). This is a great method to use for cleansing stones if you are pressed for time. 

In addition to soaking in salt water (3 tbsp salt to 1/2 gallon rain water), you can also leave your wands out in the rain. The power of clean rain water can wash negativity out of your wand. Twelve hours is a good default. Letting them soak in river water is also effective; be careful as you may lose them! Burying your wand in the earth for 12 hours can also cleanse and rejuvenate it. Just make sure to put a little twig as a marker of where you buried it, or you may lose it!

Charging Your Wand
The double-duty method is to leave your stones in sunlight. Some stones may fade via this method. However, 6-12 hours in the sun not only clears out any negative energy it might have picked up, but also recharges it with positive energy.

Besides charging with sunlight, you can also charge stones by the light of the full moon. In this case, it may take more than 6-12 hours to recharge.

After Cleansing & Recharging
Once a stone has been cleansed and charged, the next step is to set a clear intention for what the stone is to be used for. To make sure that your wand is always used for the highest good and your needs, it is important to dedicate the wand.

To begin your dedication, hold your cleansed and charged wand in both hands in a quiet place. Focus your thoughts to the stone and declare that it be used “In light, in love, and for the good of all.” After that, you can add whatever it is that you benediction, such as protection, abundance, romantic love, etc. You can end your dedication with “And so it is,” sealing your intention.

Once you have finished cleansing, charging, and setting the intention for your stones, they will be ready to be used for healing and meditation.

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Sunday, August 18, 2019

French Green Sea Clay Face Mask

Floral Water, Hoppy Beer or other liquid to desired consistency
10-15 drops Essential Oil*

Mix all ingredients in a small dish. Use 2-3 times a week, store in air-tight container in fridge to keep fresh.

Ginger Essential Oils helps sooth redness and a protective effect on the skin, inhibiting the signs of skin damage and aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines

Turmeric Essential Oil helps reduce redness from blemishes and calm skin conditions like eczema and rosacea. Turmeric is excellent for acne because it is a natural antiseptic and helps to keep bacteria from spreading.

Tea Tree Essential Oil is a popular choice for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It's thought to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation. It may even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin

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Sunday, August 4, 2019

DIY Eyelash Serum

I've been asked several times about eyelash serum.  So I've done research and we now offer Organic Castor Oil (comes with a lash brush).

Basically you'll brush your lashes and make sure the roots have a light coating (the part touching the eyelid).  But for the more adventerous we have found a basic recipe:

1 tsp Organic Castor Oil
1 tsp Emu Oil (you can use Organic Almond Oil from grocery store)
1/2 tsp Organic Coconut Oil
10 drops Vitamin E (about 2 capsules)

Mix all ingredients and store in a small dropper bottle or air tight container.

To use, squeeze one drop on to your finger or a cotton swab and gently massage into lash line. I prefer to do this at night to let it work overnight before washing my face in the morning.

Use daily for best results.

TIP: This can also be used on eyebrows to help with thinning eyebrows.
This will last up to a year as long as it is kept in an air tight container and not contaminated with a liquid. You can wash lash brush in hot soapy water and let air dry.

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Thursday, July 25, 2019

CBD - What is it and Why Use it?

First I want to start with we are NOT allowed to sell CBD Oil on our website.  BUT I do offer it at shows and through invoice. for more information.

My husband was diagnosed with Stage 2 Parkinson's and I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Cervical Cancer within 1 week of each other in May of this year.

So far so good on my, waiting to heal to do follow-up PAP to make sure I'm cancer free, BUT hubby is on Rytary for Parkinson's. One of the side effects is anxiety.  WOW!!  His 1st attack scared me!!  BUT I mentioned the problem with a friend and he prompted me to do research on CBD.

I'd heard about it and worked at several shows with vendors offering CBD but could NEVER get an honest answer or explanation about their products.  At one show the vendor was selling Hemp Oil which is NOT CBD!!

I contacted several companies and finally found one that not only explained in PLAIN English and showed me examples and sent a free box for hubby to try.

The difference is surprisingly simple:
These plants contain low levels of cannabinoids including the two most commonly known: THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) and CBD (cannabidiol). The oil is extracted from the hemp plants by pressing the seeds they produce. Since hemp seeds do not contain any THC, the extracted oil does not contain any as well.

 I have since become a wholesaler for CBDistillery.  Why? 
1) They have ranked in the top 10 CBD companies for the last 5 years;
2) They 3rd party test EVERY batch AND test for heavy metals; and,
3) I set my OWN prices! 

Since by VA State Law I cannot offer my products online, but you can email me and I can invoice you for the items you want. 

ALL orders over $49 is FREE SHIPPING! 

We offer a few items:


For documentation on CBDistillery's record:
CBD Oil Review, Best CBD Oil for Sleep, Anxiety, Pain & Insomnia, 20 Best CBD Oils (CBDistillery is in main picture!!).

 Why you should use CBD Oil:

CBD vs Hemp: What is the Difference?
Hemp Oil: Everything You Need to Know
CBD Isolates: Uses, Benefits & Effects

Shows for August 2019
August 3, 2019

We will be donating several items for Raffling!!

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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Basic Roller Ball Recipe

I've had several customers ask me HOW to make their own roller ball roll-on with our amazing Gemstone Rollers

Gemstone Roller
Carrier Oil
Essential Oil

1) Chose your favorite roller; mine is the Amethyst roller

2) Fill 3/4 full of Carrier Oil; I like Argan Oil which is perfect for your skin

3) Start with 10 Essential Oil drops, put thumb over opening and shake well.  Take a quick sniff.  If it's not strong enough add a few drops more. 

YOU can make it to YOUR preference!!  Perfume roller or stress relief or insect control.

Happy Essential Oil experimenting!!

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Thursday, June 13, 2019

Elderberry Syrup Recipe

If you are interested in adding elderberry to your diet for its immune system boosting properties, a teaspoon of elderberry syrup per day is a conservative recommended daily serving. ... If you are fighting cold and flu symptoms, a conservative recommendation is to take up to 4 teaspoons per day until symptoms subside. I usually use 2 teaspoons in the morning and 2 more in the evening.

Elderberry Syrup Recipe

This elderberry syrup is thought to be a natural remedy for cold and flu symptoms. When taken within 48 hours of symptoms, it's been shown to reduce the duration of symptoms by up to 4 days. I like to sweeten it with honey, which is rich in antioxidants and has been shown to help suppress coughing in children. 

1/2 c dried elderberries (2.5oz of dried)
2 cups water
1 tablespoon fresh ginger, minced (optional)
1 tablespoon turmeric (optional)
1/2 cup honey, maple syrup, stevia syrup or date sugar

Combine the elderberries, water, turmeric and ginger in a small saucepan over high heat and bring the mixture to a boil. Lower the heat and allow the mixture to simmer until the water has been reduced by half, about 45 minutes.

While boiling/reducing start preparing clean bowl with fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth over colander. When syrup has reduced by half; pour carefully into bowl. Use the back of a spoon to press on the berries in the strainer, to extract all of the juice, then discard the pulp left in the strainer. 

Let the elderberry juice cool to room temperature, so that the heat doesn't harm the nutrients in the honey, then stir in the honey. Use a whisk to incorporate it smoothly, then transfer the syrup into a sealed glass jar that you can store in the fridge. 
Your syrup should keep well for at least two weeks when stored in the fridge, so if you don't think you'll use it all before then, feel free to freeze it until you're ready to use more.  

  • If you choose to omit the sweetener, you’ll just be left with elderberry juice, which will spoil much more quickly in the fridge. You can freeze it in ice cube trays, however, for longer shelf life.

Sunday, April 21, 2019

Floral Water Recipe

We've been asked what type of water can be used in our Seaweed Detox Mask, Activated Charcoal or any of our Clay's when making your own masks.  

We have a simple recipe:

1 cup distilled water
1/2 cup (1/2oz) flowers 
        (rose, lavender, amla berry, etc)

Boils or microwave water, pour over herbs.  Let steep about 15 minutes, strain then cool before use.  You can store in back of fridge between uses or do what I do, pour and freeze in ice cube tray.  I keep in a small ziploc baggie in freezer and pull one out when I'm ready for SPA night.

You can add Essential oils (we offer 1ml and 5ml for experimenting) to enhance your experience.

Herbs are also wonderful ways to enhance your experience!  Each herb has it's own properties.  We offer lots of choices for the herbs that works best for you! You can check out our Articles Section for ideas and suggestions.
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Sunday, April 14, 2019

Homemade Natural Bug Spray Recipe

3 1/2 ounces (which is basically 1/3 cup) of Witch Hazel or cheap Vodka
1/2 teaspoon Lemongrass Oil
1/2 teaspoon Lemon Eucalyptus Oil
1/2 teaspoon Citronella Oil
Combine all ingredients in a small four-once spray bottle you can get at dollar store.
When you use it, be sure to shake the bottle contents before spraying as the oils separates from the witch hazel.

* We like using only Lemon Eucalyptus Oil because it works better.  I know of a lady who uses Lavender and Peppermint, these haven't worked for me.  The FDA recommends Lemon Eucalyptus Oil.

We offer our Insect Repellent Starter Kit for your convenience!

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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Dead Sea Mud

Dead Sea Mud Mask contains 100% Pure Dead Sea Mud

Organic; Moisturizes; Reduces Wrinkles; Gently Exfoliates; Skin regenerative for healthier and glowing skin; Anti-Aging; for ALL skin

You can put some in a small bowl, add the essential oil of your choice and reap the benefits! I work in a private club which smokes cigars, I mix a bit of Rosemary Essential Oil for a hair mask. I use a paint brush and brush my body from top of feet all the way to my hair. I get ready for my shower while it dries then shower the toxins away!

You can special order please email me for any of the $3.99 Essential Oil of your choice! You can also blend your essential oil; i.e., Rosemary Mint, Patchouli Sage, etc.

Dead Sea Mud helps to provide relief for eczema, acne, wrinkles and psoriasis. It improved the skin’s natural regeneration and improves blood circulation. It contains mud grains which help to cleanse skin and remove toxins, dirt particles and impurities. It is able to peel away dead skin cells, revealing healthier, youthful skin while it moisturizes and helps with skin’s hydration. After applying a Dead Sea Mud mask, it will dry and pull out toxins that may be in your skin because of your diet. It is also tightening and firming the skin which gives the skin an anti-aging benefit, leaving it with a more youthful look. Other ailments that Dead Sea Mud is able to help alleviate are dry skin, rheumatism, arthritis, muscle aches and stiffness and joint inflammation.

Dead Sea Mud can also be applied to the scalp in order to strengthen hair roots, enhance new hair growth and help prevent hair loss.

~Improves blood circulation and natural skin generation.
~Fine mud grains, cleanse the skin and remove any dirt particles, impurities and toxins.
~Proven to provide effective relief for skin disorders such as psoriasis, eczema, acne and wrinkles.
~Moisturizes your skin and helps natural skin hydration
~Gently peels away dead skin cells to reveal more youthful, healthier skin layer

Dead Sea mud has many amazing health properties, and in addition to the ones listed above also helps treat and relieve some other ailments. These ailments include arthritis, muscle stiffness and aches, rheumatism, joint inflammation and even itchy, dry skin.

The minerals which are present in the mud are all natural minerals which your skin needs every day. By using Dead Sea mud, or a mud mask, you are basically feeding your skin these essential minerals. Minerals such as potassium, magnesium, sodium, bromine and calcium are all needed by your skin to help maintain the right moisture levels and hydration.

Another very powerful effect of using Dead Sea mud is the fact that as it dries, it pulls out any toxins that may be present in your skin cells from your everyday diet. This leaves the skin completely clean, refreshed and pure on top of infusing it with the minerals.

At the same time it firms your skin and tightens it, giving you an exceptional anti aging benefit and leaving your skin looking younger. Because of this dual effect of exfoliating, cleansing and providing essential minerals, Dead Sea mud is able to help with so many various ailments or to simply keep you skin looking young and healthy for a long time!

Tip: Mud masks made with Dead Sea mud have also proved to be very helpful when applied to a scalp for hair roots strengthening. These masks help to stop hair loss and enhance new growth. They proved to be 4 times more effective than any other product of the kind during comparative tests with many other popular cosmetic brands.

Disclaimer: Not backed by the FDA, not intended to diagnose; just my personal experiences.

Our mission is to use Quality Ingredients for a Quality Product™!
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Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Toe Nail Fungus

Tea Tree Oil - I use this on my husband’s toes.  He has horrible toenail fungus. My mother had it also and she got a prescription medication.  Mum said she took TWO pills and wound up in the EMERGENCY ROOM!  She had such a frightening reaction to the medication.  I remembered tea tree oil. I used it on hubby (he wears steel-toed boots 6 days a week for work!) and it worked for him and her.

This worked for us and here's how we used it:

Make sure you can put your feet up for a while. Use my Cleansing Foot Soak, carefully dry feet. Place feet up.  Carefully pull back toenail and place ONE DROP of oil under each infected toe.

Do this everyday for two weeks.  You will start to see an improvement after about 10 days.

The 3rd week move to every other day, the 4th week every 3rd day.

Now I use it twice a week on his toes and his nails are now white with pink beds!
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Monday, March 25, 2019

Natural Disinfectant Spray

Here at J&J Farm we use AB Protection Blend but here is another recipe

Natural Disinfectant Spray Recipe

1oz Vodka or Witch Hazel
1oz Water
1 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
3 drops Sweet Orange Essential Oil
1 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil
1 drops Lavender Essential Oil

OR 6 drops AB Protection Blend

Mix all ingredients together and add to a spray bottle. Shake the spray bottle frequently while cleaning.

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Air Freshener Spray Ideas

1 cup witch hazel
8-10 drops Essential Oil
OR for each ounce witch hazel use 1-2 drops Essential Oil

6 drops Bergamot
1 drop Eucalyptus
2 drops Lemon

Pet Deodorizing
6 drops Cedarwood
3 drops Tea Tree

Apple Pie Spice
6 drops Cinnamon
3 drops Clove

Orange Spice
5 drops Sweet Orange
2 drops Cinnamon

Mood Lifter
4 drops French Lavender
3 drops Orange (Sweet or Blood)
2 drops Ylang Ylang

Stress Reliever
1 drops French Lavender
2 drops Rose
2 drops Clary Sage

Poo Chase (spray before bathroom use)
4 drops Eucalyptus
4 drops Peppermint

Pour into spray bottle, add drops of Essential Oil, shake VERY well before each use.

Remember these Essential Oils  can stain, so be careful where you spray.

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Monday, March 4, 2019

Arnica, A Sports lover’s dream

Arnica, also called Arnica montana, is a plant that is native to the mountainous regions of Europe and southern Russia. Arnica is an herb that grows mainly in Siberia and central Europe, as well as temperate climates in North America. The flowers of the plant are used in medicine.
We ONLY use Arnica from Germany NOT Mexico, which is subpar product.  We believe in quality, period. One seller I know of sells Mexican Arnica! True Arnica comes from Elevations over 2700 feet! We carry ONLY Arnica Montana; We get ours from Germany between Nuremberg and Munich.

Don't be fooled by cheap imitations anyone who sells Heterotheca inuloides shows their poor quality. What else are they selling you that is poor quality?!!

There is a major difference between Arnica grown in Europe and “Arnica” from Mexico:
‘That grown in Mexico is not Arnica at all. The species name for Mexico-grown “Arnica” is actually Heterotheca inuloides. Although both plants share similar uses, Heterotheca is not an Arnica plant species. Additionally, this plant is more readily available and far less expensive’ It is also known as “False arnica, Árnica mexicana, Árnica del país”
We also use it in our Bengal Balm, our organic muscle rub.

The flowers and leaves of this plant have many traditional medicinal uses. People take arnica by mouth for sore mouth and throat, pain such as pain after surgery or wisdom tooth removal, insect bites, painful and swollen veins near the surface of the skin (superficial phlebitis), bruising, muscle pain, vision problems due to diabetes, stroke, and for causing abortions.

Arnica is applied to the skin for pain and swelling associated with bruises, aches, and sprains. It is also applied to the skin for insect bites, arthritis, muscle and cartilage pain, chapped lips, and acne.

In foods,
Arnica is a flavor ingredient in beverages, frozen dairy desserts, candy, baked goods, gelatins, and puddings.

In manufacturing,
Arnica is used in hair tonics and anti-dandruff preparations. The oil is used in perfumes and cosmetics.
How does it work?
The active chemicals in arnica may reduce swelling, decrease pain, and act as antibiotics.

Osteoarthritis - Early research shows that using an arnica gel product (A. Vogel Arnica Gel, Bioforce AG, Switzerland) twice daily for 3 weeks reduces pain and stiffness and improves function in people with osteoarthritis in the hand or knee. Other research shows that using the same gel works as well as the painkiller ibuprofen in reducing pain and improving function in the hands.
What is it used for?
People use Arnica as a cream or gel for soothing muscle aches and inflammations and healing wounds. When applied to the skin, it may improve healing by decreasing swelling and pain and speeding blood reabsorption.
People also apply arnica to the skin for treatment of acne, boils, and rashes.
Is it safe?
Arnica is recommended for external use only. Do not put Arnica inside your mouth or swallow it. The plant is poisonous and, if swallowed, it can cause stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, difficulty breathing, cardiac arrest, and death.
How to use
Speed up healing. Following accidents, surgery or sports-related injuries, use homeopathic arnica to relieve soreness, bruising, swelling and pain when used on unbroken skin.
Make compresses:  Use on sore muscles, sprains and joints.  Mix 1 oz. of homeopathic Arnica tincture with 10 oz. of warm water. Soak your compress in the mixture, and then gently wring out and apply to the painful area. Save your mixture; you can continue to soak and use the compress to treat an injury for 24 hours.
Make arnica oil:  Mix 1 oz. of homeopathic Arnica tincture with 5 oz. of carrier oil to make arnica oil for topical use.
Make a liniment using rubbing alcohol:   Place 4 oz. of dried Arnica blossoms in a pint size glass jar. Add 16 oz. of rubbing alcohol. Tighten the lid. Store at room temperature for 14 days. With the lid intact, gently swirl the contents once daily. After two weeks, filter the liquid through a mesh kitchen strainer.
Make a liniment using Vodka:  Crumble Arnica flowers with your fingers.
Add the crumbled flowers to a jar into which you have measured a quantity of vodka. The ratio is one part arnica flower to five parts vodka. The actual quantities you use will depend on how much arnica gel you want to make.
Shake the jar to mix in the Arnica flowers. Put the jar in a cool, dark place such as a cabinet or closet where it will remain for the next four weeks. Shake the jar vigorously at least once a day.
After four to six weeks, strain the contents of the jar through a paper towel or coffee filter over a colander into a bowl. The strained liquid is the Arnica  extract. Pour it into a small jar, preferably amber-colored to protect it from light.
Arnica is often listed as an ingredient in homeopathic products; however, these products are usually so dilute that they contain little or no detectable amount of arnica.

Special Precautions & Warnings:

Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Don't take Arnica by mouth or apply to the skin if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. It is considered LIKELY UNSAFE.

Allergy to ragweed and related plants:
Arnica may cause an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to the Asteraceae/Compositae family. Members of this family include ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, and many others. If you have allergies, be sure to check with your healthcare provider before applying it to your skin. Do not take Arnica by mouth.

Broken skin: Don't apply arnica to damaged or broken skin. Too much could be absorbed.

Digestion problems:
Arnica can irritate the digestive system. Don't take it if you have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), ulcers, Crohn's disease, or other stomach or intestinal conditions.

Fast heart rate:
Arnica might increase your heart rate. Don't take Arnica if you have a fast heart rate.

High blood pressure:
Arnica might increase blood pressure. Don't take Arnica if you have high blood pressure.

Arnica might cause extra bleeding during and after surgery. Stop using it at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not regulate Arnica in the same way it regulates medicine. It can be sold with limited or no research on how well it works or on its safety.
Moderate Interaction
Be cautious with this combination!
Arnica might slow blood clotting. Taking arnica along with medications that also slow clotting might increase the chances of bruising and bleeding.<br/><br/> Some medications that slow blood clotting include aspirin, clopidogrel (Plavix), diclofenac (Voltaren, Cataflam, others), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others), naproxen (Anaprox, Naprosyn, others), dalteparin (Fragmin), enoxaparin (Lovenox), heparin, warfarin (Coumadin), and others.
Always tell your doctor if you are using an alternative product or if you are thinking about combining one with your conventional medical treatment. It may not be safe to forgo your conventional medical treatment and rely only on an alternative product.
As with any herbal remedy, Everything in Moderation including Moderation!
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