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A.Vogel Atrogel

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Code:  BF20250
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Form (e.g. capsules):  Gel

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A. Vogel Arnica Gel for application to skin for relief of muscular aches pains & stiffness

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A.Vogel Atrogel

Atrogel Arnica Gel is for relief of muscular aches pains & stiffness. Atrogel helps relieve symptoms including: •

  • Muscular aches, pains & stiffness Sprains
  • Bruises 
  • Swelling after injury

Research shows Arnica is as effective as ibuprofen gel. A clinical trial was carried out to look at the effectiveness of a gel made from fresh, organic Arnica montana flower heads against one of the leading pharmaceutical gels, Ibuprofen, with very positive results.

Twenty doctors in Switzerland undertook a strictly controlled study involving 204 patients using A.Vogel Arnica Gel & Ibuprofen gel. Improvement in the two main areas had to be achieved for the study to be successful & in both cases Arnica Gel proved to be as effective as the pharmaceutical pain-killer.

In addition, of the patients who assessed efficacy as 'very good' or ‘good’, more patients in the Arnica group (64.0%) expressed satisfaction with their gel than in the Ibuprofen group (58.8%).

The investigators also generally evaluated the efficacy of the Arnica Gel as better than that of the Ibuprofen gel. Mother Nature has a store of such remedies, many now the subject of research that shows, as with Arnica Gel, that they are equally as effective as conventional treatments & more acceptable not just to the user but the health care professional as well.

It is reassuring to have science backing up what naturopaths like Alfred Vogel have known for years. Reference: Choosing between NSAID & arnica for topical treatment of hand osteoarthritis in a randomised, double-blind study by Reto Widrig, Andy Suter, Reinhard Saller& Jörg Melzer Rheumatology International Volume 27, Number6 / April 2007.

Ingredients of Atrogel:

A.Vogel Atrogel Arnica Gel was the first product in the UK to receive a licence under the new Traditional Herbal Medicines Directive which came into force in November 2005. Atrogel Arnica Gel is for relief of muscular aches pains & stiffness. Ingredients of Atrogel.

The active ingredient is the liquid extract of fresh Arnica flowers. 1 g of gel contains 500 mg of extract which is equivalent to an average of 160 mg fresh Arnica flowers. The other ingredients are ethanol, purified water, glycerol (plant origin) & hypromellose (thickener). A.Vogel Atrogel Arnica Gel was the first product in the UK to receive a licence under the new Traditional Herbal Medicines Directive which came into force in November2005.

A.Vogel Atrogel Arnica Gel was the first product in the UK to receive a licence under the new Traditional Herbal Medicines Directive which came into force in November 2005. Atrogel Arnica Gel is for relief of muscular aches pains & stiffness. Ingredients of Atrogel.

The active ingredient is the liquid extract of fresh Arnica flowers. 1 g of gel contains 500 mg of extract which is equivalent to an average of 160 mg fresh Arnica flowers. The other ingredients are ethanol, purified water, glycerol (plant origin) & hypromellose (thickener). 

Adults: Apply 2 - 10 cm gently to the affected area. Use 2 to 4 times a day.

Children and the elderly: Follow the adult dose

  • Don't use at more than the recommended dose.
  • Don't use in or near your eyes, nose, mouth or other sensitive areas.
  • It may cause irritation.
  • Don't use on broken, cut or irritated skin. It may cause irritation.
  • If your symptoms worsen see your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare practitioner.
  • If you do not feel any benefit from it within two weeks see your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare practitioner.