Mountain tobacco


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(Bot.) a composite plant (Arnica montana) of Europe; called also leopard's bane.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Few common names of the arnica montana are mountain tobacco, leopard's bane and mountain daisy.
As with the other products in the Arnicare line, the active ingredient in Arnicare Bruise is Arnica montana, a European flowering plant--also known by such names as leopard's bane, wolfs bane and mountain tobacco --that is commonly used in herbal remedies to relieve muscle aches and stiffness, swelling, and discoloration from bruises.
dad's home, and ceremony; less familiar mountain tobacco. Not to