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Calendula Flowers 50g

 Calendula is not one of the major medicinal herbs, but it does have its place in the medicine cabinet. The petals or leaves can be used in a Tea to induce sweating, promote menstruation, increase urination, relieve stomach cramps, indigestion and stomachaches, and for relief from flu and fevers. Historically, Calendula flowers have been considered beneficial in reducing inflammation, promoting wound healing, and used as an antiseptic. Use. Calendula is used to treat a variety of skin diseases and is seen effective in treatment of skin ulcerations and eczema. Taken internally through a tea, it is used for treatment of stomach ulcers, and inflammation. A sterile tea is used to treat infections of the eye, like conjunctivitis. As a beauty aid, a Calendula rinse made of unsweetened tea brings out the highlights in blonde and brunette hair. Also try running bath water over a mesh bag full of Calendula flowers for a refreshing and stimulating bath that is good for the skin. Externally, Calendula flowers and leaves can be used for a variety of common skin ailments, including cuts, scrapes, abrasions, scalds, blisters, rashes, chicken pox outbreaks, and athlete's foot, and as a mouth wash in case of swelling gums or mouth inflammations. Calendula is effective in treating juvenile acne and dry psoriasis. Callendula infusion is recommended for those who suffer from heart disorders accompanied by rhythm disturbance.

Attention!
 Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.

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 Calendula is not one of the major medicinal herbs, but it does have its place in the medicine cabinet. The petals or leaves can be used in a Tea to induce sweating, promote menstruation, increase urination, relieve stomach cramps, indigestion and stomachaches, and for relief from flu and fevers. Historically, Calendula flowers have been considered beneficial in reducing inflammation, promoting wound healing, and used as an antiseptic. Use. Calendula is used to treat a variety of skin diseases and is seen effective in treatment of skin ulcerations and eczema. Taken internally through a tea, it is used for treatment of stomach ulcers, and inflammation. A sterile tea is used to treat infections of the eye, like conjunctivitis. As a beauty aid, a Calendula rinse made of unsweetened tea brings out the highlights in blonde and brunette hair. Also try running bath water over a mesh bag full of Calendula flowers for a refreshing and stimulating bath that is good for the skin. Externally, Calendula flowers and leaves can be used for a variety of common skin ailments, including cuts, scrapes, abrasions, scalds, blisters, rashes, chicken pox outbreaks, and athlete's foot, and as a mouth wash in case of swelling gums or mouth inflammations. Calendula is effective in treating juvenile acne and dry psoriasis. Callendula infusion is recommended for those who suffer from heart disorders accompanied by rhythm disturbance.

Attention!
 Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.

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184 Salem Botanicals N/A N/A