Relieves minor wounds such as abrasions, scratches, cuts, sores and minor burns.
Calendula (also called marigold) is a native of the Mediterranean region. Historically, it was used as ‘poor man’ saffron and was prevalent in market places during the Middle Ages. Medicinally, infusions, extracts and ointments were prepared from the petals by folk healers. Calendula can be found in many gardens, however not everybody is aware of its excellent medicinal value.
Apply for the relief of wounds such as minor burns, abrasions, scratches, cuts and sores. Promotes wound-healing by activating tissue regeneration. Has vulnerary (healing) and anti-inflammatory actions. Claims are based on traditional use in western herbal medicine.
|Key Points||Promotes wound healing.|
|Dosage||Apply to the affected area several times daily. Apply ice pack to help reduce swelling in case of burns. Bandage wounds to keep clean - in case of infection, seek medical advice.|
|Warnings||Use only as directed. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare practitioner. Contains ethanol and phenoxyethanol.|
|May Assist With||Relieves minor wounds such as abrasions, scratches, cuts, sores and minor burns.|
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