Marigold or Calendula is an annual perennial flowering plant with aromatic leaves and vivid orange daisy-like flowers. It belongs to the Asteraceae family and it is native to the Southern Europe.
It has antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, anti-thrombogenic, antidiabetic, neuroprotective and antibacterial properties.
Marigold is very good in improving digestive disorders, can help the immune system’s ability to fight infections, can treat cold sores. It has also been used to encourage growth of healthy new tissue increasing blood flow to the injury to promote speedy and healthy healing process. It soothes internal wounds and burns like ulcers, heartburn or irritable bowel syndrome and can cure cough or congestion. It’s oil or cream used externally can be used to relieve skin dryness, itchiness, or irritation and slow down the development of wrinkles
Marigold has a very strange, green floral, spice, tropical fruit-like but woodsy smell whilst the taste is slightly bitter and tobacco like.
The content’s weight is 20gr.