Friday, June 30, 2017

Reducing inflammation with the help of the marigold!

Benefits of Marigold.
The marigold grows to 30-60 cm, their flowers blooms in yellow-orange, their stems and leaves are succulent and their touch is sticky.

Different versions are possible: there is one with a dark anther, and there is another one with a lighter anther. However, they are all the same in terms of their therapeutic effect. In folk medicine all part of the plant is gathered and used. Its healing effect is the greatest in sunshine, so it is worth to gather before noon and around noon. Effects : anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, bactericidal and antiviral, peeling, wound healing immunostimulant. It can be used to heal wounds, treat bumps, bruises and burns. The marigold improves the blood circulation, it has a cleansing effect and helps the healing of the wounds.

The marigold is used internally - as a tea - for the diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, for stomach cramps and ulcers and as well as for colitis. It's external use has a peeling and skin regenerating effect. Used as poultice, as a remover or as a seat bath it can be used to relieve dermatitis, skin rashes and sunburn pains, as well as hemorrhoids and to treat vagina and foot fungicides.


Make marigold tea: Sprinkle a full teaspoon of marigolds into a cup, pour it with hot water then let it soak, later filter it and sip it up. It is effective for water damage, colitis, typhoid, jaundice, liver disease, gastric ulcer, intestinal diseases and heartburn.

Create marigold cream: Any oil or fat can be used for it's making but to extract the marigold's active ingredients the  best is the pig fat because of its fatty acid composition. Add 2-5 handful of marigold for 1/2 kg of fat. Cook it for a few minutes and leave it for 24 hours. Heat it at the next day and filter. It's recommended for varicose veins, cardiac asthma, tinnitus, sleep disorders, surgical scars and wounds, and for wounds and scrapes. 


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