Calendula is beneficial for healthy skin and helps the body's natural healing ability after injuries and trauma. To be used on clean cuts and abrasions. It is absorbed quickly into the skin, is low allergenic and should not stain clothing. Contains tincture of calendula 5%. 100gm
Excellent antiseptic healer to clean wounds. Helps with healing of cuts and abrasions, scratches, gravel rash, cracks and fissures, skin problems, broken capillaries, varicose veins, bedsores and slow healing wounds. It is used for red and inflamed skin, including minor burns and sunburn, for acne, rashes, and fungal conditions. It is helpful for diaper rash and soothes nipples that are sore from breast feeding. It rapidly promotes tissue repair and minimises scar formation, resolves inflammation, swelling, and exudate due to injuries, and reduces venous congestion. Promotes rapid, scarless healing.
Traditionally used for healing. Apply liberally to the affected area 3 or 4 times a day, as required.
Calendula's healing properties were known to herbalists throughout the centuries. Calendula flowers contain an essential oil that has an antibiotic effect and lends the flower its characteristic scent. The components in this herb stimulate the immune system and enhance the body's fight against infection. Calendula is beneficial for healthy skin and helps the body's natural healing ability after injuries and trauma.
The key actions of this plant are: anti-inflammatory, astringent, heals wounds, antiseptic, antifungal, antibacterial, antiviral, constricts the capillaries, (an action that explains its effectiveness for cuts, wounds, varicose veins, and various inflammatory conditions). Calendula provides effective treatment for most minor skin problems.
Tincture of Calendula 1:5 5% in a Natural cream base: Aqua, capric/caprylic triglyceride, Grapeseed oil, Gylcerol Monostearate, Cetearyl alcohol, Cetearyl Glucoside, Glycerine, Schlerotium gum, Gluconolactone, Sodium benzoate.
Keep out of reach of children. Store below 30C. For external use only. A professional should always be consulted in cases of injury.