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Marigold Oil Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Marigold Oil
English Name
Marigold Oil

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Marigold Oil Cures

Highly Effective

 

Action of Marigold Oil

Highly Effective

Nutrients in Marigold Oil

Highly Effective

Parts Used

Flowers

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Marigold Oil

Avoid use during Pregnancy and Breast Feeding.
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Description

Marigold Oil is extracted from flowers of Calendula Officinalis.
It is made by the process of Steam Distillation.
 
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Materia Medica for Marigold Oil

Marigold Oil General

Marigold Oil is processed from the Marigold flowers. It is widely used as a base oil in Cosmetics, Aromatherapy, and Ointments.
The Antiseptic and Antimicrobial property helps in healing of Wounds, Cuts, Insect Bites and Acne. It repairs the damaged tissues and stimulates the secretion of collagen that increases the elasticity of skin cells.
It is also beneficial in treating Skin problems like Skin Rashes, Eczema, Psoriasis and Varicose Veins.
Due to its Antiinflammatory action, it provides relief from Muscular Pain, Bruises, and Swelling.
Topical application of Marigold Oil provides a glowing and flawless skin. It reduces the occurrence of Wrinkles, Spots, and Fine Lines. It takes care of Dry Skin and Chapped lips.
The Antifungal action helps in treating Ringworm.
A gentle massage of the abdomen and lower abdomen area eases the Menstruation. It promotes the Blood Circulation and soothes the lining of the Stomach, Intestines and the Gastrointestinal Tract. Besides, it also strengthens the Immune system.
It repairs damaged hair and adds moisture to split ends. It curbs excess Dandruff and Scaling, thus, preventing Hair Loss.
 
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Herbal Treatment For Athlete's Foot 7

Take half ounce of Marigold Oil and 30 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil. Mix them well. Massage the affected area with three drops of this oil blend over the affected area. Repeat the process two times a day.

Herbal Treatment For Chilblain 4

Take two cups of Marigold Oil and six drops each of Black Pepper, Lavender and Rose Geranium Essential Oil. Mix them well. Add one tablespoon of this oil blend to a warm bathtub and soak in it for 15 minutes. Repeat the process once a day.
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