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Calendula oil

Botanical Name of Calendula: Calendula arvensis

Synonyms: Marigold, Pot Marigold, Holligold, mary-bud, goldbloom

About Calendula: Calendula belongs to the daisy family of plants and is mostly found in region spreading from Asia to Mediterranean. The word Calendula is originated from a Latin word ‘kalendae’ which means first day of the month. Invariably this plant also blooms in starting of every calendar month of the year. Calendula Oil is excellent for our skin and hence is used as a base for many skincare cosmetic products and oils. It has a warm earthy floral aroma.

History of Calendula: Benefits of Calendula were known to mankind since ancient times. It was primary used for cooking and for its other medical benefits. The yellow colour petals of the calendula flower were used in salad dressings giving it a vibrant colour. Romans were known to mix calendula with vinegar and used it a seasoning for meat and poultry.

Also at times it was used as a replacement of saffron in different cuisines.  Calendula was also popular known as ‘Mary’s Gold’ and used to be offered Virgin Mary’s statue in her honour. In the Indian subcontinent garlands made from Calendula are still being used as offerings to different deities.

Properties of Calendula Oil: The major chemical Constituents of Calendula essential Oil include: flavonoids, bisdesmosidic & monodesmosidic saponins, hydroxylated and esterified terpenes, sesquiterpenoids, carotenoids (primarily lutein, zeaxanthin and lycopene).

Health Benefits and Applications Calendula Oil:

Calendula Oil is known to have number of benefits, some of the important ones include:

Skincare: Calendula essential oil is known for its soothing effect on skin and hence used in number of skincare products worldwide. It has anti viral, anti inflammatory and anti genotoxic properties which make it excellent for treatment of acne, control of bleeding, reducing inflammation, healing damaged tissues and dermatitis.  

Traditional use: Traditionally calendula oil is also been used to treat many stomach related disorders such as abdominal cramps, constipation and infections. It also helpd improve disgestion.

Use of Calendula oil also is known to stimulate functions of gall blabber, liver and uterus.

It is also known to have positive effects on the health of human heart.

Other benefits – Calendula Oil is also being used to treat the following: conjunctivitis, eczema, yeast infections, herpes, varicose veins, ringworm, burns, dry skin, etc.

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Storage: Store in cool and dark place, Keep away from heat and spark

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