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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Calendula officinalis (marigolds), for instance, emits a strong odour that will repel greenfly and blackfly.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis) is a recurring ingredient in these projects for good reason.
The experimental study investigates the efficacy of the Calendula officinalis herbal extract in the prevention of adhesions, an issue which has been the focus of much research but has yet to be solved definitively.
Going for golds is winning idea THE bright sunny orange flowers of pot marigolds, calendula officinalis, cheer the spirits, make a cheap alternative to saffron for colouring food and the leaves can be eaten in salads.
Calendula officinalis. The most recent study that was identified in the present systematic review evaluated C.
Diaper Rash Calendula officinalis, It prevents rash Cream (istanbul Centella asiatica, and redness.
The Calendula officinalis plant, or Garden marigold, has been used topically for generations to heal skin irritations.
Calendula officinalis plants have been found to be affected by Cucumber mosaic virus (Lisa & Della-Valle, 1979; Naqvi & Samad, 1985), Turnip mosaic virus (Lisa et al., 1979) and Tobacco mosaic virus (Hristova et al ., 1994).
GROWING CALENDULA (Calendula officinalis) from seed is an annual garden project in my family We let the little ones help, and they enjoy monitoring growth as the first seedlings push their way through the soil.
Comparing the effects of Calendula officinalis and clotrimazole on vaginal Candidiasis: A randomized controlled trial.
Antibacterial activity of anti-psoriatic herbs: Cassia tora, Momordica charantia and Calendula officinalis. Int J Appl Res Nat Prod.