Calendula Tincture


Tinctures come from dipping herbs in alcoholic solution, usually pure alcohol, for a period of 4-6 weeks.

The active ingredients of the herb are dissolved and the tincture is created, which keeps all the active ingredients of the herb.

They are much more effective than infusions and infusions.

They also outweigh pill supplements because they contain no chemicals and preservatives and are much more efficiently absorbed by the body.

Calendula tincture in modern herbal therapy is used internally to treat ulcer and painful menstruation and externally to treat wounds, burns and insect stings.


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Its external use consists of a healing action based on its antiseptic and antibacterial properties, while it is ideal for the treatment of acne, phlebitis, eczema and moles.

Calendula is considered to be an excellent herb for ulcer, gastritis and gastrointestinal infections as it is also thought to act as a digestive.

At the same time, calendula has the reputation of being effective in intense pains and cramps of the period as well as resting the tired, aching legs.

The usual dosage is 1ml (about 20 drops a day).

They should not be consumed during pregnancy and lactation.

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