MARIGOLD PETAL WHOLE IPHYM Herb Calendula officinalis L.

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Souci - Petal Pack 250 g

MARIGOLD PETAL WHOLE IPHYM Herb Calendula officinalis L.

Latin name: Calendula officinalis L.

Family: Asteraceae

Common names: Marigold Gardens

Parts used: Petal

Origin: Southern Europe


Marigold petals possess anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic properties. They are astringent, anti-bleeding, healing and anti-edematous. They stimulate the formation of granulocytes and phagocytosis. There is a decrease in the epithelization phase wound and an increase in collagen synthesis. This plant is also fungicidal, antibacterial and antiviral. It is a cytotoxic and antitumor. In addition, concern has anti-mutagenic properties (saponins). There is a potential anti-HIV effect. It is preventive and acute radiodermatitis dermatitis after irradiation for breast cancer.

Indications and uses PETALE WHOLE CONCERN

the marigold petals are used in the following therapeutic indications:

- Wounds, inflammation of the skin and mucous membranes

- Delays healing, bruises, boils

- Dermatitis, leg ulcers

- Pharyngitis

- Stomach Ulcers

Cons-indications with PETAL WHOLE CONCERN



For an antidiarrheal and diuretic (oral); in NFusion i: 20 to 40g / l, infuse 15 minutes, drink 500 ml / day

Botanical description PETALE WHOLE CONCERN

- Perennial herb
- Stem purplish red
- Leaf oval, elongated, more or less hairy
- Elongated clusters of yellow flowers flower heads
- Fruits: achenes ribbed yellowish


Active ingredients: HE, triterpene saponins, flavonoids, mucilage

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