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Arnica Montana has also been called leopard’s bane, mountain tobacco and mountain arnica. This is a European flowering plant in the sunflower family. It is well-known for its large yellow flower head. Arnica Montana is a flowering plant about 18–60 cm tall aromatic fragrant, perennial herb. It tall stems that have a few opposite bright green soft leaves jagged and scented. The stems carry a single yellow flower from mid-spring to the end of summer.

Used in :
Arnica is herbaceous often grown for medicinal purpose, its roots, flowers are used to make a sophistication or gel that is used to apply for treatment of wounds, sprain, hair-growth and skin ailments. Do not be taken internally, or applied to broken skin, as it may lead to internal bleeding if take because of the plant implant many toxins. The plant tolerates nearly any well-drained soil but generally prefers sandy, slightly alkaline soil. Full sunlight is best, although the arnica benefits from a bit of afternoon shade in hot climates.

How To Grow Arnica :
The plant tolerates nearly any well-drained soil but generally prefers sandy, slightly alkaline soil. Full sunlight is best, although the arnica benefits from a bit of afternoon shade in hot climates. To grow arnica isn’t difficult. Just sprinkle the seeds lightly on the prepared soil in late summer, then cover them lightly with sand or fine soil. Keep the soil slightly moist. seeds usually sprout in about a month. Due to slow germination, if you live in a climate, you can find seedling plant your nearest nursery.

Arnica Plant care :
Arnica plant care is very little attention. In the starting, you need regular irrigation. Keep the soil lightly moist. Don’t become the soil dry or soggy. This plant does not require complementary fertilization.

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