Description. Calendula is not one of the major medicinal herbs, but it does have its place in the medicine cabinet. Calendula has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, mild sedative, cholagogic, spasmolytic activity. Historically, Calendula flowers have been considered beneficial in promoting wound healing. Calendula tincture helps to cope with skin inflammations, skin ulcers, it improves tissue regeneration.
Calendula tinctures are used as a gargle for mouth inflammations. Calendula is recommended for heart disorders, liver and biliary tracts problems, for climacteric disorders and others. Calendula is effective for juvenile acne and dry psoriasis.
Warning! Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.