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«Pot marigold (Calendula officinalis). Properties: healing, re-epithelising, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent, uterotonic, emmenagogue, antispastic, choleretic, antihelminthic, lymphodraining, depurative, diaphoretic, anticarcinogenic, slightly estrogenic. Strong anti-inflammatory [on the whole gastrointestinal tract] and healing power. …Used to promote the drainage of congested and inflamed lymph glands, (e.g. tonsils) and as part of therapies against uterine and breast cancers. Detoxifying plant, to be used on many occasions in which the toxin accumulation in the body is due to febrile, infective episodes and skin disorders (eczema, acne, etc..) Excellent plant capable of purifying the liver and lowering the levels of lipids [cholesterol and triglycerides] in the blood. In the form of mouthwash in mouth and throat inflammations. In particular, as a rinse after tooth extraction or various dental surgeries. It has a slight oestrogenic activity, and is often used in dysmenorrhoea and to regulate abundant periods. Used successfully in mycotic vaginitis» [1].

 «Pot marigold. Properties: stimulant, digestive, cholagogue, bechic, expectorant; diaphoretic, hypotensive, antispasmodic, antihysteric, emmenagogue» [2].

«Pot marigold. Main activities: anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, healing, anti-spasmodic, emmenagogue, choleretic.
Therapeutic use: Internal use: menstrual irregularities, dysmenorrhoea, cold, pharyngitis, viral forms. …
Its anti-viral activity against influenza and herpes viruses … would justify its prescription in case of cold-induced diseases, in the different types of herpes and skin infections. … It shows, both in vitro and in vivo, a considerable immunostimulant and antiviral activity, … recognised antimicrobial, antifungal activities. …
Affections of the respiratory tract, particularly pharyngitis.
The most interesting and proven properties are certainly the ever known emmenagogue, antispasmodic and choleretic ones…. Used as an emmenagogue and antidysmenorrhic treatment, it restores the menstrual flow by reducing pain and reflective ailments and regularising the cycle. It should be taken 7-10 days before menstruation starts.» [3].

[1] Francesco Perugini Billi, Fitoterapia, Edizioni Junior
[2] Luigi Pomini, Erboristeria Italiana, Edizione Vitalità.
[3] Enrica Campanini, Dizionario di fitoterapia e piante medicinali, Tecniche Nuove
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