Calendula Officinalis Extract
The plant has a half years old and its height is less than 50 cm. Its leaves are plain oval, curved and covered with fluff and in greenish-brown to brown. Its flowers appear in the form of a single flower in the branches.
Among these properties are anti-inflammatory, anti-spasmodic, anti-hemorrhage, anti-microbial, antiviral and anti-fungal properties. Calendula Officinalis always have antimicrobial properties due to the presence of terpene alkaloid, lactone, and flavone in the esophagus.
Flavonoids isolated from the spring always have antimicrobial activity against staphylococci. As well as, calendula Officinalis has been used locally for chronic and acute skin inflammation.
The E Commission has endorsed the on-site and on-the-spot flowers of Calendula Officinalis for the treatment of cutaneous inflammation, as well as for the healing of wounds and skin lesions.
In traditional medicine, Calendula Officinalis have been used for varicose veins, vascular diseases, ulcers, inflammatory skin diseases, analgesic eczema, leg ulcers, and prostates.
Scientific studies have shown that the use of Calendula Officinalis creams is beneficial for wound healing and burn wounds, and also effective in reducing pain.
Calendula Officinalis Extract Uses:
The usage of Calendula Officinalis plant is in traditional medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal ulcers. The evergreen extract, due to anti-inflammatory effects, reduces gastroesophageal reflux, which is why it is a cure for treating gastric reflux.
HEALTH PROPERTIES: Oral and topical use of medication.
Edible effects: Treatment of gastric inflammation – Constipation – Remedies for menstruation – Bile duct – Urine – Mucus – Blood pressure reducer – Anticancer – Antiseptic
Local Properties: – Wound Healing – Antifungal – Anti-eczema and Dry Skin – Nipple Scar Treatment in Breastfeeding – Sunscreen – Varicose Veins