Products - Calendula


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Calendula or what is scientifically known as Calendula officinalis The name refers to the reference to the first day of the month in the Romans to indicate the continuity of flowering. Of their names are Azirites.

The plant is native to the south and central Europe, North Africa, America and Canada. It is cultivated for the purpose of flowering. It is also cultivated as an ornamental plant in the winter seasons. The plant is short-lived and has a height of 30-40 cm. Important) orange, yellow or golden color are found in the branches,

Calendula is used to prevent muscle spasms and reduce fever. It is also used to treat sore throat, mouth, menstrual cramps, cancer, stomach and duodenal ulcers.

Clandiola has been applied to the skin to reduce pain, swelling (inflammation), healing of bad healing wounds, and leg ulcers.

It is also applied to the skin (topically used) to reduce bleeding in the nose, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, rectal inflammation, and inflammation of the eyelid lining (conjunctivitis).

The use of calendula on the affected area may reduce pain in people with anal tears who do not respond to treatment and have an effective effect in the treatment of ear infections.

The use of the skin may also reduce radiation dermatitis in people receiving radiation therapy for cancer Floral flora is used to obtain natural yellow pigments used in food coloring, such as butter and others Calendula extract is used in the manufacture of ointments that help heal wounds It is used in the treatment of the congestion of the toes from the impact of exposure to cold, as well as in the treatment uses the emulsion Zahar drink for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men, and is used in menstruation of women in the case of retention, and is used in the treatment of cancer of the uterus and stomach and breast cancer for a long time Calendula plants are used as decorative plants in gardens, and flowers are used as flowers for picking.

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