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The Power of Marigolds

  1. The marigold can be used both internally and externally. For culinary purposes or for the home pharmacy. The marigold cream can externally work wonders for various (skin) problems. But this plant can also take a load off your shoulders internally.

The marigold and its history

  1. The marigold, also called Calendula officinalis, is a plant with a large orange or sometimes yellow flower that originates from southern Europe. It also has fruits that contain oil. Marigold self-seeds very easily because it is an annual herb. If you want to sow yourself, it is best to do so at the end of March. The flower just returns every year and blooms for a long time. Marigold doesn't tend to prefer soil, but over-fertilizing won't do it any good. They also like to be in the sun of course. The marigold can be used internally and externally, in the kitchen or as a home remedy.

Marigold cream

  1. Marigold cream is a light yellow cream containing only natural active ingredients. Such as bitter substances, saponins, organic acids and carotene. These contribute to the smooth functioning of the cream. In addition, the cream is not greasy. Marigold oil that occurs in the fruits can be used as a binding agent for, among other things, lacquers and paints. After processing, the oil can also serve as a harmless paint thinner. Marigold cream has no side effects when used as a medicine and is suitable for all skin types.

What is marigold cream used for?

  1. Inside the kitchen The flowers can be used in soups. But can also serve as a coloring agent for foods such as cheese. Eating young flowers is good for liver and gall. You can also make a nice cup of tea from this flower.

As a medicine, external

  1. The cream is used, among other things, as a wound ointment. Marigold cream also softens and disinfects at the same time. Marigold cream is wound healing, soothing and antiseptic. But also has the following properties:

  2. The cream is used, among other things, as a wound ointment. Marigold cream also softens and disinfects at the same time. Marigold cream has a wound healing, calming and antiseptic effect. But also has the following properties:



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