Scientific name : Calendula officinalis
Other names: Deutsch: Ringelblume , Español: Caléndula , Eesti: Harilik saialill , Suomi: Kehäkukka, tarhakehäkukka , Français: Souci officinal , Hrvatski: Neven , Magyar: Körömvirág , 日本語: キンセンカ , Lietuviškai: Vaistinė medetka , Latviešu: Ārstniecības kliņģerīte , Português: Calêndula , Română: Gălbenele , Русский: Ноготки лекарственные , Svenska: Ringblomma

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The flower heads of marigolds contain a number of substances, including saponins, flavonoids, and bitter substances. While the marigold was previously used to remedy internal problems, today its use is limited to skin wounds, ulcers, contusions, bruises, and other external ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer




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