Calendula officinalis

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Related to Calendula officinalis: Chelidonium majus, Echinacea angustifolia


Herbal medicine
An annual that contains carotenoids, essential oils, flavonoids, mucilage, saponins and sterols, which is said to have antimicrobial and antiseptic effects.

Calendula officinalis

The pot marigold, a flowering plant of the marigold family from whose flowers extracts are made for a topical anti-inflammatory, bactericide, and antiseptic.

Calendula officinalis,

n See calendula.
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The average length of epidermal cells observed in Calendula officinalis was 94(90-96) m whereas the average length of epidermal cells observed in Silybum eburneum was 57(34-80).
Yoshikawa M, Murakamj T, Kish, A, Kageura T, Matsuda H, Medicinal flowers , III, Marigold, (1), hypoglycemic, gastric emptying inhibitory, and gastroprotective principles and new oleanane-type triterpene oligoglycosides, calendasaponins A, B, C, and D, from Egyptian Calendula officinalis.
For medicinal use, look for traditional Calendula officinalis rather than modern hybrids.
Palabras claves: semillas, Calendula officinalis, Anethum graveolens morfologia, anatomia, humedad, germinacion, conservacion, germoplasma, almacenamiento.
Calendula officinalis has been previously shown to be an effective antimicrobial agent (Mostafa and Tantawy, 2000; Hammouda and Borbely, 1995), and the lack of bacterial inhibition in Calendula treatment in our study was somewhat unexpected.
Attractive, too, to other beneficial insects such as butterflies and bees, is the pot marigold, Calendula officinalis.
Como material se han empleado varios ejemplares frescos de Calendula officinalis L.
Group A received naturopathic herbal ear drops (abstracts of Calendula officinalis [marigold] flores, Hypericum perforatum [St.
Clarkia and Godetia provide a charming range of pinks, whites and reds or if you prefer warmer colours then try Calendula officinalis, the pot Marigold.