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Earaches to soothe the pain and combat infection.
Gargling can soothe sore throats and stop infections and the same solution can be used as a mouthwash for infected gums and other mouth problems.
The Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences says that Calendula consumed seven days before a woman's menstrual cycle may alleviate the pain of cramps.
Relieve the discomfort associated with indigestion, colitis, and menopausal symptoms.
Calendula Flower in tincture form, taken internally, promotes healing of ailments in the digestive tract. Some report it to be effective as a treatment for recurrent vomiting. It has been used to lessen the effects of ulcers in the stomach, mouth or throat. Aids the body by helping to digest food, especially food that is high in fat. Soothe indigestion and heartburn, as well as stimulate the liver and gallbladder, making it useful in treating hepatitis. Remedy for colitis, stomach cramps, diarrhea and protects the lining of the stomach and intestines by inhibiting the cause of inflammation and swelling, and by limiting the effects of the bacteria associated with gastritis, peptic ulcers.
An effective detoxifying herb that can help with the toxicity associated with many severe fevers and infections.
Often recommended as a treatment for an ear infection. Studies have shown the flower extracts can offer as much pain relief for an ear infection as some non-herbal eardrops. Earaches often respond well to ease the pain and combats infection. A few drops in the ear are a common and often effective treatment.
More recently scientists have investigated Calendula tincture for possible anti-cancer and antiviral actions this herb may possess. The most recent studies involving marigold seek to isolate its role and there has been some evidence that Calendula flower can help treat some forms of cancers like Heren's carcinoma. Researchers from Universidad de Granada, Spain demonstrated its effects on tumor cell lines derived from leukemias, melanomas, fibrosarcomas, breast, prostate, cervix, lung, pancreas and colorectal cancers. The inhibition of these cancer cells ranged from 70% to 100%.
Also, tests suggested Calendula may help prevent dermatitis in breast cancer patients during radiation. In one small study of about 250 women undergoing radiation therapy after surgery for breast cancer, commercial Calendula ointment reduced the amount of skin irritation better than another commonly used commercial preparation. Women who used Calendula ointment also reported less pain from radiation.
Contraindications: Do not use while pregnant.
May cause an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to Asteraceae/Compositae family.
Might cause too much drowsiness if combined with medications used during or after surgery and with sedatives.
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