Calendula soothes irritations of the vocal cords and throat.
Calendula herbal tea is made by hand from ecological ingredients obtained from the natural state or controlled crops of the highest quality. Plants were harvested according to a biodynamic calendar.
It has anti-inflammatory, antifungal and antibacterial properties. It supports the healing of minor damage to the skin and mucous membranes, reduces allergy symptoms and supports the proper functioning of the liver.
Calendula – contraindications
Like any other plant used in medicine, calendula also has contraindications. It is not recommended to use ointments or teas from this flower by people allergic to plants from the Asteraceae family.
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Calendula has excellent opinions, both in the pharmacological and herbal industries, which is why it is used in the mass production of various types of medicinal products. Considering the properties of calendula, this is not surprising. Its use facilitates the healing of wounds and inflammation, it also has anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties. Consuming marigolds has a positive effect on the digestive system because the body uses flavonoids that act as antioxidants, protecting against free radicals and toxic substances. Other active ingredients in marigolds are triterpene saponins, carotenoids, polysaccharides, phenolic acids, coumarins, phytosterols and mucilages.
You can take advantage of the properties of calendula by preparing an infusion of it. Teas and tinctures from its flower are recommended in the case of gastroenteritis (especially in the case of duodenal problems), as well as in the case of inflammation of the bile ducts and liver. Ladies can reach for calendula tea in the case of menstrual disorders and when it is painful. You can make it at home – just pour two teaspoons of dry with a glass of boiling water and brew for about 10 minutes, covered. Marigold extract is used to create dietary supplements to help fight menopause.
Calendula can also be used to rinse the mouth and throat. In this case, one tablespoon of dried marigold petals should be poured with a glass of boiling water and steamed, covered, for about 10 minutes, then the broth should be drained. It is recommended to drink half a cup twice a day.
Directions for use:
Pour boiling water (0.3 – 0.5 l) over one bunch of herbs on a stick and let it brew for about 10-15 minutes