Arnica is used topically for a wide range of conditions, including bruises, sprains, muscle aches, wound healing, superficial phlebitis, joint pain, inflammation from insect bites, and swelling from broken bones. More recent studies suggest it may also be helpful in the treatment of burns.
Rose water also has anti-inflammatory properties, which means it can be put on the skin to soothe the irritation caused by conditions, such as eczema and rosacea. Rose water acts as an inhibitor against elastase and collagenase, which are both harmful to the skin.
Topically, calendula flower oil is used as an anti-inflammatory and for poorly healing wounds. Some evidence suggests the water-soluble flavonoids might be responsible for the wound-healing effects. Calendula also shows some evidence of antibacterial, antiviral, and antitumor activity.
An Epsom salt bath may provide pain relief and reduce swelling in people living with certain types of inflammatory conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, gout, and psoriatic arthritis. Low levels of magnesium can ease the pain in people with arthritis.
There are 12 uses. Empty contents of zip bag into white bag and follow instructions on the packaging to prepare you tub. Soak until water cools. DO NOT DRINK