Calendula officinalis

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Related to Calendula officinalis: Chelidonium majus, Echinacea angustifolia
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Noun1.Calendula officinalis - the common European annual marigoldCalendula officinalis - the common European annual marigold
calendula - any of numerous chiefly annual herbs of the genus Calendula widely cultivated for their yellow or orange flowers; often used for medicinal and culinary purposes
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The Calendula officinalis plant, or Garden marigold, has been used topically for generations to heal skin irritations.
Comparing the effects of Calendula officinalis and clotrimazole on vaginal Candidiasis: A randomized controlled trial.
The active ingredients are: Grindelia robusta 3X--Purpose: Anti-itch/skin protection, Plantago major 4X--Purpose: Anti-itch/pain-relieving/wound healing, Calendula officinalis 3X--Purpose: Wound healing/scar prevention.
The homeopathic product's towelettes are infused with the following active ingredients: Grindelia robusta 3X for anti-itch and skin protection, Plantago major 4X for anti-itch, pain relief and wound healing, and Calendula officinalis 3X for wound healing and scar prevention.
Calendula officinalis is a pretty annual, the quintessential medicinal herb that grows well across the United States.
Hardy annuals traditionally used in this way include Calendula officinalis - pot marigolds; Nigella damascena - love-in-a-mist; Limnanthes douglasii - the poached egg plant and Centaurea cyaneus - cornflowers.
Tenders are invited for Supply of medicine Calcarea Fluorica, Calcarea phosphoricum, Calendula officinalis, Camphora, Cannabis indica, Cantharis, Capsicum, Carbo animalis, Carbolic acid, Cardus marianus,
A great diversity in anatomical features was perceived among these herbal species as multi-celled trichomes were located in Cassia angustifolia and Cassia occidentalis While absent in Calendula officinalis.