The full report is now published and can be found here.
A few choice quotes for your discussion:
The homeopathic medicinal product consists of white to off-white spherical pillules
for oral administration, containing 30c (GHP) Arnica montana. It is used for the
symptomatic relief of sprains, muscular aches and bruising and swelling after
contusions. Two pillules should be taken every 2 hours for the first six doses, then
four times daily until symptoms improve for up to a maximum of 7 days.
The excipients used to manufacture the homeopathic medicinal product are lactose,Oh, no arnica then?
sucrose and purified water.
This bit is utterly laughable:
Published scientific literature review
The applicant has provided a bibliographic reference documenting a summary of
clinical trials using arnica in homeopathic dilutions. The summary refers to studies
where Arnica had been administered in a number of clinical conditions.
The applicant has also provided further details of eleven published clinical studies
investigating the clinical effects of arnica. The studies were performed under
randomised, double blind conditions and were carried out to investigate the post
operative clinical actions of arnica, such as pain relief and bruising.
The results of the clinical trials and studies provided were not conclusive in
establishing the clinical effects of arnica but indicated that there may be a trend
towards demonstrating some beneficial effects of arnica in some situations.
I'll be contacting the MHRA as they seem to have omitted an important safety concern - how do I know that what is in the pack is what is on the label? Both you, I, MHRA and Nelson's know it is impossible to tell.