Benefits of Calendula:
Anti-inflammatory, vulnerary, antifungal, lymphatic, astringent, antiviral, antimicrobial, cholagogue (bitter), emmenagogue, antispasmodic.
Indications: An excellent herb topically for skin problems including inflammation, infection, bruising, cuts, ulcers, bed sores, slow healing wounds, minor burns, scalds, warts, oily skin and eczema. As a mouthwash, Calendula tincture diluted is effective in treating periodontal disease.
Internal Uses: It is beneficial for stomach and duodenal ulcers, leaky gut and for its antimicrobial effect on the gut, liver and gallbladder. Calendula tincture can be used for viral infections of the liver and liver disorders. As an immune and lymphatic stimulant to aid the bodies fight against bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitical infections. A hot infusion stimulates the circulation aiding in the fight against infection. Calendula helps in the treatment of varicose veins, haemorrhoids, also artery and capillary haemorrhage due to the presence of bioflavonoids and carotenoids.
Calendula External Uses:
For treating vaginal infections or inflammations, (dilute in warm water as a douche), insect bites and as a mouthwash for toothache.
Calendula is a specific for enlarged lymph nodes, sebaceous cysts, duodenal ulcers and inflammatory skin lesions of both a chronic and acute nature. Can be combined with colloidal silver for topical applications.
Tincture is made with fresh herbs extracted in alcohol. Diluting for children or pets may be recommended. Do not use in eyes.
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