Where does Arnica come from?

Arnica was first used in European folk medicine by shepherds. These hardworking men and women spent their days in the wilderness completely relying on their bodies. Similar to modern day athletes, these shepherds were working their bodies at their peak every single day.

At one point in time they discovered that by extracting the oil from common Mountain Daisies around them, they can easily treat soreness, bruising, sprains, and pains. These common Mountain Daisies are known as Arnica.

How does Arnica work?

Arnica contains a compound called helenalin that naturally inhibits the transcription of NF-kappa-beta, a protein that normally causes a cascade of inflammation.

Less inflammation = less pain.

How do we use Muscle Butter?

We apply Muscle Butter to our affected areas topically. That means on our skin and not in any open wounds.

We generously apply it 1-3 times a day or as needed.

Is Muscle Butter edible?

NO! Muscle Butter is a Recovery Balm made for topical use on affected parts of your body. It goes on your skin, not in your mouth.

Anything else I should know?

If you are allergic to Arnica or soy, do not use Muscle Butter. If a rash develops, discontinue use. If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a health professional before use. If swallowed, seek medical help right away.