Boiron Calendula LHF Ointment 20g

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Boiron Calendula Ointment LHF 20g is a healing and antiseptic homeopathic medicine.

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Used for : crevices, scrapes, cracking

contains: calendula

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Calendula LHF Boiron ointment is a healing and antiseptic homeopathic medicine. It is mainly used for antisepsis of wounds of the skin and mucous membranes, for skin ulcers, insect bites, local inflammatory reactions after contact with jellyfish and sea anemones.
This homeopathic ointment can also be used for oral aphtosis, for leucorrhoea (white discharge) and finally, for conjunctivitis.

Origin of the remedy: Le Marigold des Jardins, the upper aerial part of which is used.

Action of the drug: Calendula mother tincture has a protective effect.

Boiron calendula ointment indications

Boiron Calendula Ointment is a protective and softening ointment, which is used to treat cracks, chapped skin and abrasions.

You can also order Lehning L89 Calendula homeopathic complex as a complementary treatment for wound healing and burns.

If you have eye irritation, you can buy Homeoptic Boiron single-dose homeopathic eye drops .

Dosage and advice for use of Boiron calendula ointment

External route. To be applied on cleansed skin.

Clean the area to be treated before application. One to several applications per day of LHF Boiron calendula ointment. This medicine contains only substances presumed to be safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding. However, do not use it for a prolonged period without the advice of your pharmacist or your doctor.

Composition of Calendula LHF Boiron ointment

Calendula officinalis mother tincture: 4 g

Excipients: Vaseline, lanolin.

Special warnings: This medicine contains lanolin and may cause local skin reactions, such as eczema. If the symptoms persist, consult your doctor

Capacity of Calendula LHF Boiron ointment

LHF Calendula Ointment is in the form of a 20 g tube. If your symptoms persist, consult your doctor.

What are the properties of Calendula officinalis

Calendula Ointment can be used for the local treatment of superficial wounds, abrasions and inflammation of the skin. The ointment has an anti-inflammatory and healing action. It activates the normal irrigation of the skin as well as the formation of granulation tissue.

Its effect is due to an extract of the medicinal plant Calendula officinalis (marigold).

Calendula officinal has many therapeutic properties and its external use in herbal medicine is increasingly supplanting internal use.

In external use, Calendula is traditionally used:

  • in cosmetics, calendula is particularly appreciated for treating skin problems: irritation, redness, inflammation of the skin (psoriasis, eczema, acne ...), itching, cradle cap in infants, cracks appearing during breastfeeding ....
  • in dermatology, in the context of external lesions , calendula not only soothes wounds, sunburns, minor burns, but it also heals them. It also has the effect of naturally regenerating the skin.

Advice from your pharmacist

Boiron LHF Calendula Ointment is used for the adjunct of skin irritation. This ointment is used to treat pearls and irritations around the mouth

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