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Viridian Organic Arnica Balm - 100g

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Product code: 1877


Viridian Organic Arnica Balm with Shea Butter helps support normal inflammatory response, useful after demanding physical exercise. Arnica, also known as Wolf’s Bane, is a traditional remedy to promote normal inflammatory responses. Arnica may be used prior to and immediately after a demanding athletic event (e.g. a marathon, triathlon, cycling event etc).

Soil Association Certified Organics:

These products are certified to meet the Soil Association’s exacting standards for organic food and farming and are organically-grown avoiding the use of chemical sprays or artificial fertilisers. Organic farming is kinder to the environment, better for you and supports smaller growers.

VIRIDIAN PURITY: 100% Pure ingredients. This traditional balm is free from artificial anything. Non-irradiated. Against animal testing.


100g Balm



Helianthus annuus seed oil, Simmondsia chinensis seed oil, Cera flava, Butyrospermum parkii, Arnica montana flower extract, Symphytum sp. extract, Calendula officinalis flower ext, Rosmarinus extract, Lavandula angustifolia oil, limonene, linalool.


Usage Guide:

Apply to skin as required. For external use only. Do not apply to broken or bleeding skin.



Arnica is toxic if taken internally. Arnica preparations should not be applied to open wounds or near the eyes or mouth. Not suitable for those sensitive to Compositae family of plants.


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