A.Vogel Atrogel 100ml
A.Vogel Atrogel 100ml
Pain relief for stiff neck and shoulders
Pain relief for other muscle aches and pains
For sporting injuries such as joint sprains & strains
Made from extracts of freshly harvested Arnica
Can be used with other medicines
Based on the traditional herbal remedy to relieve achey muscles and joints, our Atrogel Arnica Gel is an absolute favourite with us here at A.Vogel! Containing fresh Arnica flowers it helps to relieve stiff, sore joints as well as inflammation caused from strains, sprains and pains!
What is Atrogel® Arnica gel?
Atrogel® Arnica gel is a traditional herbal medicinal product used for the symptomatic relief of muscular aches, pains and stiffness, sprains and bruising, exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional remedy. Always read the leaflet
Atrogel® is made from extracts of fresh Arnica flowers and is an easy-to-apply non-greasy gel. It can be used up to 4 times a day.
Dosage of Atrogel® Arnica gel
Atrogel® Arnica gel may be used to relieve pain and bruising in adults, children and the elderly. Apply 2 to 10 cm of the gel gently to the affected area. Use between 2 and 4 times daily for pain relief.
Atrogel® Arnica gel may be used by those who are pregnant.
Don’t use Atrogel® if you have broken or irritated skin, if you are allergic to arnica preparations or other members of the daisy (Asteraceae / Compositae) family, or any of the other ingredients.
Use within 5 months of opening.
The active ingredient is the liquid extract of fresh Arnica flowers. 1g of gel contains 500mg of extract which is equivalent to an average of 160mg fresh Arnica flowers. The other ingredients are ethanol, purified water, glycerol (plant origin) and ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP copolymer (thickener).
Atrogel® Arnica gel side effects
Like all arnica products used externally, Atrogel® Arnica gel can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Minor side effects can occur when using Atrogel® Arnica gel. These are likely to affect less than 1 in every 10 people and may take the form of skin reactions (itching, skin rash, dry skin, contact dermatitis).
Discontinue the use of arnica gel if you find these side effects are troubling you. If they persist, become serious or are worrying to you, or if you notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet, talk to a doctor, pharmacist or healthcare practitioner.
If Atrogel® Arnica gel is swallowed by mistake contact your doctor, pharmacist or healthcare practitioner immediately.