Calendula officinalis-Pot marigold

01/05/2021

Thanks to its healing properties, the Marigold is used medically in creams that treat hands after frostbite or burns. It is also part of masks, milks, creams, pastes, shampoos and oils for dry and scaly skin prone to infections, redness and cracking. It is added to medicinal teas and is also very popular in the culinary art...

Alcoholic and oil extracts from Marigold flowers are usually used externally because the basic active ingredients do not dissolve in water. They are used to treat various skin diseases or damage, such as bruises, wounds, ulcers, bruises and abrasions of the epidermis. It is also used for convulsive ulcers, dermatitis, hemorrhoids, burns, postoperative wounds, frostbite, skin rashes and more. It is also used on mucous membranes as an anti-inflammatory and bactericidal agent, against trichomoniasis (wikipedia trichomoniasis) and even in early neoplastic conditions after consultation with an oncologist. Due to its anti-inflammatory and bactericidal properties, Nechtík is also used medically to treat conjunctivitis and eye fatigue, so it is part of some eye drops. It prevents excessive drying of the eyes and soothes its irritation...

Internally, Marigold medical preparations are recommended for gastroenteritis, especially in chronic gastric and duodenal ulcers resistant to other drugs and in ulcerative colitis (chronic disease of the intestinal mucosa). Also in inflammation of the bile ducts caused by infection, liver failure and impaired liver function after viral inflammation or damage by toxic compounds (eg for fungal toxins). As an excipient and in combination with other drugs, they are administered in inoperable forms of gastric cancer, precancerous conditions in the gastrointestinal tract (eg long-term mucositis, ulceration with bleeding, improvement after other drugs), etc. Good results are obtained with combined menstrual disorders. With pain, general weakness, dizziness, as well as menopausal symptoms. However, it should be borne in mind that for some of these diseases, constant medical care and regular monitoring of treatment is essential. Scientific research has also shown the use of Marigold in combination with other herbs for general use in the loss of strength and resistance to bacterial and viral infections, as well as in chronic and insensitive to other diseases of various internal organs, including the heart.

Use in cosmetics:

Thanks to its healing properties, the marigold is used medically in creams that treat hands after frostbite or burns. It is also part of masks, milks, creams, pastes, shampoos and oils for dry and scaly skin prone to infections, redness and cracking ...

Leaves from Marigold have been used in salads in the past. They are rich in vitamins A and C, it also contains minerals similar to the leaves of Dandelion. Fresh petals (marginal flowers) are chopped and added to salads. Spices for soups and cakes are dried flakes. As a substitute for Saffron, they are used for flavoring and coloring rice and other dishes. Edible yellow dye obtained from marginal flowers is also used in the food industry for coloring fats (margarines) and yellow cheeses is also used as part of Vegeta (Maggi), to which it gives a typical color...

If you would like to make cream or skin water by hand, please here is a video tutorial from Michaela...

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