The Pharmacy Inc. D-Arnica Plus

Fast Recovery for Bruising and Swelling

Homeopathic Arnica montana has been used for centuries to treat bruising, swelling and pain associated with soft tissue injury. D-Arnica Plus is a nutritional support with anti-inflammatory properties which contains Arnica montana 15C, antioxidants, bioflavonoids, curcuminoids and bromelain. D-Arnica Plus is specially formulated and made by The Pharmacy IncTM containing 6 ingredients ideal for use following any dental procedures1,2,3. Dewey4 and Dorcsi5 refer to Arnica montana as an outstanding prophylactic with surgical treatments and if given prior to dental extractions6.

Arnica montana 15C – Homeopathic Arnica Montama is a plant extract clinically proven to effectively reduce pain, bruising and swelling. The anti-inflammatory effects in vitro showing Henenalin’s platelet leukotriene C4 synthase inhibition is believed to be its mode of action.

Bromelain 2,400 GDU – Bromelain is an enzyme complex derived from the pineapple stem that has proteolytic (protein-digesting) properties. The bromelain found in Arnica Plus has the highest enzymatic activity (2,400 GDU) and is the most potent form found on the market. Bromelain helps accelerate inflammatory response and healing.

Vitamin C – Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps the body’s antioxidant defenses. It is also an essential nutrient that supports immune health, skin and connective tissue growth.

Grape seed extract & Rutin – Grape seed extract and rutin are two powerful bioflavonoids that help to maintain healthy platelet functions and responses. They help to maintain the structural integrity of blood vessels hence reduce bruising, swelling and pain.

Mangosteen extract – Mangosteen extract is a xanthonoid and potent antioxidant that supports healthy inflammatory response function.


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  3. Complementary and alternative therapies in dentistry and characteristics of dentists who recommend them. Complementary Therapies in Medicine 25 (2017) 64-69.
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  5. Dorcsi M. HomOopathiesBd 4, 5. Aufl. Heidelberg: Haug 1985.
  6. H.-W. Feldhaus. Cost-effectiveness of homeopathic treatment in a dental practice. British Homeopathic Journal. Jan 1993, Vol. 82, pp. 22-28.