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Calendula, Marigold Remedies

Other Names: Calendula, Marigold, Pot Marigold, Holigold, Bride of the Sun, Gendha, Drunkard, Husbandman's Dial, Marybud, Margold, Mary Gowles, Golds, Ruddes, Christi, Marygold, Garden Marigold, Summer Bride, Sun Bride, Calendula Officinalis
Traditional Usages: Flavouring Food, Dyeing, Varicose Veins, Wasp and Bee Stings, Sore Eyes, Headaches, Remove Warts, Enlarged and Inflamed Lymphatic Glands, Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers, Jaundice, Gall Bladder, Absent or Painful Menstruation, Inflamation of the Rectum, Gum Disease, Nose Bleeds, Measles, Pneumonia, Vaginal Thrush, Wounds, Sores, Leg Ulcers, Abscesses, Sore Nipples, Fevers, Fungal Conditions, Athlete's Foot, Ringworm, Acne, Psoriasis, Thrush, Eyewash for Conjunctivitis, Aids Digestion, Burns, Bruises, Sunburn, Bunions, Dry Chapped Lips, Wind Burn
Resources: Central and Southern Europe, Britain, Asia, Mediterranean, India,
Parts Used: Petals, Flowers, Leaves, Roots, Seeds
Administration Method: Powdered Herb for Infusions and natural preparations for local application.
Herb Action: Anti-inflammatory, astringent, antiseptic, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, detoxifies, heals wounds, mildly estrogenic menstrual regulator, prevent hemorrhaging, relieve muscle spasms, stimulates bile production. 
Herbal Research: Calendula
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A WHO Organization Resource Calendula - Full Report
Health Warning: Calendula is considered safe but may cause allergic reactions and interfere with menstruation. Therefore talk with a doctor before use. Avoid during pregnancy and breastfeeding.


Calendula, Marigold – Herbal remedy for Body Rash: Calendula or marigold has the ability to increase blood flow to the injured or irritated area so it can speed up the healing process while relieving the pain. This herb is found in tincture, liquid, ointment and cream forms. Just apply a little cream on affected areas.
Health Warning: Calendula is considered safe but may cause allergic reactions and interfere with menstruation. Therefore talk with a doctor before use.

Calendula, Marigold - Herbal remedy for Boils: Calendula is used as a remedy for the treatment of boils. It can be crushed into a paste and applied on the boil. The flowers can also be infused in warm water. Then a cloth can be soaked in it and placed on the boil.

Calendula, Marigold - Herbal remedy for Childbirth: Mix 15 drops of calendula tincture in 250 millilitres of water and take after giving birth. It is an antiseptic and heals skin.

Calendula, Marigold – Herbal remedy for Burns: Calendula or marigold has antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Traditionally calendula has been used for healing burns, bruises, wounds, rashes and cuts. This herb is found in tincture, liquid, ointment and cream forms. Just apply a little cream on affected areas. They can be obtained from pharmacies or online. Calendula (pot marigold) cream is  known for its skin healing properties.

Helps to heal eczema, cradle cap, perioral dermatitis and other skin sensitivities
Safe, gentle & effective for cuts, sores and general skin abrasions
Contains organic & sustainably grown ingredients
 
Calendula baby cream is also available. It is safe for baby rash. May be used in the diaper area for simple rashes

Calendula, Marigold Herbal remedy for Nappy Rash: This herb is found in tincture, liquid, ointment and cream forms. Just apply a little cream on affected areas.

Calendula, Marigold - Herbal remedy for Mastitis: Calendula ointment is an old favorite to heal and strengthen nipples.
Health Warning: Ointments containing antibiotics, steroids and anesthetic (painkilling) drugs are potentially harmful to both mother and infant.

Calendula, Marigold - Herbal remedy for Rashes: Calendula or marigold  has antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. Traditionally calendula has been used for healing burns, bruises, wounds, rashes and cuts. This herb is found in tincture, liquid, ointment and cream forms.
Health Warning: Calendula is considered safe but may cause allergic reactions. 

Calendula, Marigold - Herbal remedy for Ulcers, Peptic: It is also good for ulcers due to its wound-healing ability. It is slightly unpleasant to drink as tea. Add calendula tincture to a juice. Calendula tea is made by infusing dried calendula flowers in boiling water for about 5 minutes.

Calendula, Marigold - Herbal remedy for Zits: Calendula is an antiseptic and anti-inflammatory that can be used topically to help treat acne and skin wounds.
Health Warning: Before taking calendula to help treat your acne, talk with your doctor about possible side effects, proper dosage and potential drug interactions.

Calendula, Marigold - Herbal remedy for Wounds: Calendula speeds the healing of wounds. It is available as a tincture or ointment. Just apply a little cream on affected areas.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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