Atrogel – Arnica gel for muscle and joint pain

Atrogel® Arnica gel is a herbal remedy used for pain relief in stiff muscles and joints

  • 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! 

  100ml (in stock) £ 11.99

  50ml (in stock) £ 7.25

Product reviews

Atrogel Arnica Gel

Customer rating:

19th May 2020

“Absolutely brilliant! Works extremely well for me.😀”

Atrogel Arnica Gel

Customer rating:

14th May 2020

“Best for any small injuries on muscle strain .”

Sushma Windsor

Response from A.Vogel: Great to hear that Atrogel has been on hand to help.

Atrogel Arnica Gel

Customer rating:

14th May 2020

“I always use this gel for ankle pain and it's really effective. It works better than anything else I have ever tried for pain”

Licia Sisalli

Atrogel Arnica Gel

Customer rating:

14th May 2020

“I am not sure whether it is what I should be using to relieve joint pain. I have not used it in a systematic manner”

Megan Tomos

Atrogel Arnica Gel

Customer rating:

7th May 2020

“This is a very good gel which has helped me with shoulder and neck pain for many years”

Dorothy Crichton

Response from A.Vogel: Delighted to hear that Atrogel has been helping you for many years.

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Here's what I recommend

As the A. Vogel Muscles and Joints advisor, I recommend Atrogel® for the effective relief from aches and pains.

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