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Calendula

/Ca·len·du·la/ (kah-len´du-lah) [L.] a genus of composite-flowered plants. The dried florets of C. officina´lis, the pot marigold, have antimicrobial and antiinflammatory properties; they are used topically for inflammatory lesions and to promote healing and are used in homeopathy and folk medicine.

calendula

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

calendula (k·lenˑ·j·l),

n Latin name:
Calendula officinalis; parts used: flowers; uses: digestive, antiinflammatory, antiinfective, antitumor, ulcerative skin conditions, varicose veins, stomach conditions; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children. Also called
garden marigold, pot marigold, or
poet's marigold.

Calendula

plant genus in the family Asteraceae; cause cyanide poisoning; include C. cuneata, C. viscosa (both = Dimorphotheca cuneata).
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Em outro trabalho realizado com sementes de calendula como explantes, ocorreu desinfestacao de apenas 64% (BERTONI et al.
The calendula plant opens its petals in the direction of the sun in the morning.
The results show that whilst the Calendula cream was less effective in producing negative candidiasis test results at the 10-15 day post intervention follow-up, in the longer term it was more effective at the 30-35 day follow up compared to clotrimazole.
Farmacopeia Brasileira, 2002), which recommends for the drug of Calendula officinalis: 'The plant drug consists of whole or ground ligulate flowers, accompanied scarce flowers tubular, separated from the receptacle and involucral, dried bracts'.
At Calendula, there is a strong focus on mimicking and maintaining a "home environment.
In the present studies it was observed that the leaves of Calendula officinalis were oblong-lanceolate 517 cm long hairy on both sides and with margins entire or occasionally waved or weakly toothed (Table 1).
The name Calendula derives from the opening of the blooms on the calends, the first day of the month.
The ingredients in both products are Hyaluronic acid gel, Phytessence wakame, Iris Florentine, Co-enzyme Q10, Aloe Vera extract, Avocado, safflower, hempseed, jojoba oils and the essential oil CO2 extracts of rosehip seed, sea buckthorn berry and calendula.
O desafio das agroindustrias que utilizam a calendula, assim como outras especies medicinais, e obter producao organizada na quantidade e qualidade necessarias, com fornecimento regular (ALTMANN, et al.
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The oil contains a light blend of plant oils, vitamins and minerals, including carrot oil, rosehip, calendula and lavender.