|Place of Origin:||Henan China|
|Processing Type:||Fresh,Hand Made|
|Specialty:||Health Tea,Organic Tea,SLIMMING TEA|
|Product Type:||FLAVORED TEA|
|Shelf Life:||18 months|
|Packaging Detail:||Bulk in carton|
|Selling Units:||Multiple of 10|
|Package size per batch:||60X39X36 cm|
|Gross weight per batch:||12.0 KG|
Natural Flower Tea Marigold Flower Dried Calendula Flower Tea
Calendula (also known as Marigold) has been used medicinally for centuries. Traditionally, it has been used to treat conjunctivitis, eczema, gastric problems, minor burns (including sunburn), warts and other injuries, such as sprains and wounds. Calendula has also been used to treat cramps, coughs and snake bites. Calendula has a high content of flavonoids, (chemicals that act as anti-oxidants in the body). Anti-oxidants are thought to protect body cells from damage caused by a chemical process called oxidation. Oxidation produces oxygen free radicals, natural chemicals that may suppress immune function.
Calendula has been considered beneficial in reducing inflammation and promoting wound healing. It has been used to treat a variety of skin diseases and has been seen effective in treatment of skin ulcerations, eczema and acne. Improvement has been seen in as little as 3-4 days of treatment according to some research.
Calendula is one of several herbs used traditionally to treat conjunctivitis and other eye inflammations, as it helps to reduce the swelling and redness of eye infections. It is also believed that Calendula may have some anti-spasmodic action and as such, it has been used to relieve menstrual cramps.
Calendula is used to aid the healing of wounds and internal and external ulcers. It is an anti-septic and improves blood flow to the affected area. Some clinical studies validate the early treatment of stomach ulcers, although further research is needed.
Calendula cream is good for acne and nappy rash. An infusion is good for digestion and relieves colitis and symptoms of menopause. As an anti-fungal agent, it can be used to treat athlete's foot, ringworm and candida. The tincture applied neat to cold sores encourages healing.
Calendula contains chemicals, which have been shown in studies, to speed up wound-healing by several actions that include increasing blood flow to the affected area and promoting the production of collagen proteins. Calendula also possesses anti-septic and anti-inflammatory effects, due to its flavonoid content. In mouthwashes and gargles, Calendula soothes a sore throat or the mouth tissue. It has also been used to treat haemorrhoids.
Compresses of Calendula blossoms are helpful for varicose veins. Results from recent laboratory studies show that Calendula may also have some anti-infective properties, particularly against fungal infections and against viruses.
Calendula today, is being investigated for anti-cancer properties. In conjunction with other herbs, there has been evidence of success in treating certain cancers but more research is required.
The Magikal powers/uses of Calendula Flowers are Protection, Prophetic Dreams, Legal Matters and Psychic Powers.