Arnica montana




Nervous women, sanguine plethoric persons, lively expression and very red face.

For the bad effects resulting from mechanical injuries; even if received years ago.

Especially adapted to those who remain long impressed by even slight mechanical injuries.

Sore, lame, bruised feeling all through the body, as if beaten; traumatic affections of muscles.

Mechanical injuries, especially with stupor from concussion; involuntary faeces and urine.

After injuries with blunt instruments (Symph.).

Compound fractures and their profuse suppuration (Calend.).

Concussions and contusions, results of shock or injury; without laceration of soft parts; prevents suppuration and septic conditions and promotes absorption.

Nervous, cannot bear pain; whole body over-sensitive (Cham., Cof., Ign.).


Everything on which he lies seems too hard; complains constantly of it and keeps moving from place to place in search of a soft spot (the parts rested upon feel sore and bruised, Bap., Pyr.; must move continually to obtain relief from the pain, Rhus).


HEAT OF UPPER PART OF BODY; coldness of lower.

The face or head and face alone is hot, the body cool.

Unconsciousness; when spoken to answers correctly, but unconsciousness and delirium at once return (falls asleep in the midst of a sentence, Bap.).

Says there is nothing the matter with him.

Meningitis after mechanical or traumatic injuries; from falls, concussion of brain, etc. When suspecting exudation of blood, to facilitate absorption.

Hydrocephalus; DEATHLY COLDNESS IN FOREARM OF CHILDREN (in diarrhoea, Brom.).

Apoplexy: loss of consciousness, involuntary evacuation from bowels and bladder; in acute attack, controls haemorrhage and aids absorption; should be repeated and allowed to act for days or weeks unless symptoms call for another remedy.

Conjunctival or retinal haemorrhage, with extravasation, from injuries or cough (Led., Nux).


Cannot walk erect on account of a bruised sort of feeling in pelvic region.

Tendency to small, painful boils, one after another, extremely sore (small boils in crops, Sulph.).

Paralysis (left sided); pulse full, strong; stertor, sighing, muttering.

Belching; eructations; foul, putrid, like rotten eggs.

Dysentery; with ischuria, fruitless urging; LONG INTERVAL BETWEEN THE STOOLS.

Constipation: RECTUM LOADED, faeces will riot come away; ribbon-like stools from enlarged prostate or retroverted uterus.

Soreness of parts after labor; prevents post-partum haemorrhage and puerperal complications.

Retention or incontinence of urine after labor (Op.).




Complementary: to, Acon., Hyper., Rhus.

Similar: to, FOR SORENESS AS IF BRUISED, Bap., China. Phyt., Pyr., Rhus, Ruta, Staph.

Arnica follows well: after, Aeon., Apis, Ham., Ipec, Ver.; is followed by Sul. ac.

In ailments from spirituous liquors or from charcoal vapors, Arn. is often indicated (Am. c, Bov.).

In spinal concussion, compare Hyper.




At rest; when lying down; from wine.




From contact; motion (Rhus, Ruta).

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