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Injurease Cream with Arnica

$ 17.95 $ 15.95


Highly effective natural cream for use after accidents, injuries, trauma, bruising, over-exertion and repetitive strain injury (RSI).





Injurease Cream is a natural soothing cream for relieving a variety of aches and pains, sore muscles, joint sprains, inflammation, bruises and soft tissue injuries. It has many applications for injuries at home, work, sports and recreation.

The cream has a rich, smooth texture and a mild natural herbal fragrance. It contains herbal and homeopathic active ingredients with a long tradition of use for treating injury symptoms. The key ingredient is Arnica, a well known herbal remedy for trauma, as well as several other active ingredients including St Johns Wort and Comfrey. The combination creates a broad spectrum of healing action on injured tissues.

Injurease cream can be used with other Natural Ease formulations for enhanced effectiveness. It should only be applied to unbroken skin.

Injurease does not contain parabens, chemicals commonly used in cosmetics, that can cause skin irritation. Nor does it contain any heating agents such as menthol, tea tree and camphor. Because of this, Injurease cream can be used on recent injuries and wounds where the skin is still very tender. The cream is well tolerated by most people.


  • Active ingredients: Herbal tinctures of Arnica montana (Mountain Daisy), Calendula officinalis (Marigold), Hypericum perforatum (St Johns Wort), Ruta graveolens (Rue). Homeopathic preparation of: Arnica montana 12X, Bellis perennis 6X, Bryonia alba 6X, Hypericum perforatum 12X, Ruta graveolens 6X, Symphytum officinale 12X.

Instructions for use: Injurease download


Traditional uses of the active ingredients in Injurease include the following:

Arnica montana

  • Traumatic injuries, falls, blows
  • Bruises, black and blue areas
  • Aching of limbs and body, sore lame bruised sensation
  • Pain in joints and muscles.
  • Sprain injuries, overstrain and overuse.

Bellis perennis

  • Blows, falls, accidents.
  • Sprains and bruises.
  • Muscular soreness, lameness.

Bryonia alba

  • Pain as from sprains, especially of periosteum and ligaments.
  • All pains are worse from slightest movement.
  • Injury to deeper tissues. Bruising and swelling after injury.

Calendula officinalis

  • Anti bacterial, viral and fungal properties
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Promotes would healing

Hypericum perforatum

  • Injuries to nerves, especially fingers and toes.
  • Traumatic neuralgia (nerve pain).
  • Tingling, burning and numbness.
  • Injury to coccyx (tailbone) with pain.

Rhus toxicodendron

  • Muscle strains and soreness from over-exertion.
  • Stiff, paralysed sensation in joints from sprains and over-lifting.
  • Injuries to muscles, tendons and joints from blow or fall.

Ruta graveolens

  • Injury to periosteum, cartilage, tendons and joints.
  • Lameness after sprains.
  • Complaints from straining tendons, tendinitis.
  • Pains: bruised, sore, aching and restless.

Symphytum officinale

  • Injuries to tendons, cartilages and bone.



My husband injured his wrist very badly, cutting through 2 tendons and 3 nerves. After an intensive surgical process he massaged the scars a few times each day with Injurease Cream. Not only did it ease the pain but it accelerated the healing and prevented adhesions. The surgeons involved are now recommending Injurease to all their patients.  Susan, NSW

I recently had an accident on my motorbike and hurt my right foot. I didn’t realise how much damage I had done until I got home and took my boot off. I was shocked to see my foot start swelling and bruises appear right before my eyes. Within minutes I could no longer put any pressure on my foot and couldn’t walk. I smothered my foot with Injurease cream and strapped it with a compression bandage, then applied an ice pack and elevated the foot. When I took the bandage off the next day my foot was already looking remarkably better. The expected massive bruising never happened (I am a person who bruises easily, with bruises going through the spectrum of colours). I could even stand with a little pressure on the foot. I have continued using Injurease cream and also added the Injurease oral spray to speed things along. My foot has continued to improve quickly. I look forward to continuing my motor bike riding and I advise other riders to carry Injurease in their first aid kit.   Julie, NSW


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Weight 0.10 kg

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