Calendula Officinalis L - Uses, Symptoms, Side Effects, Indications

Calendula Officinalis L - Homeopathic Remedy Overview

Calendula, the marigold, is a popular remedy for injuries in herbal medicine. It also acts in homeopathic doses. Calendula is used for wounds, especially when they are festering or poorly healed. Calendula is also helpful for complaints that become worse in bad weather or when it is sensitive to cold. Often used in the field of skin.

A Brief description of Calendula (candles)

  • German name: marigold
  • Abbreviation: Calen.
  • Type of substanceP: Vegetable
  • Raw materials: pot marigold, Calendula officinalis L.
  • Family: Asteraceae (Compositae)
  • Typical potencies: Primary tincture - D4
Proven at:-
  • After a birth with a 
  • thorn crack the open leg 
  • tear 
  • wounds abrasions

Typical Symptoms (Lead Symptoms) of Calendula

  • Wounds in general, cuts, grazes, stitches
  • In case of ulcers, bleeding, inflammation
  • The person concerned has open, non-healing injuries. 
  • The person affected suffers from very severe sore pain.
  • The affected person always has festering, inflamed injuries. 
  • The affected person has a badly healing, painful dam rupture.
  • There is a tendency to form bulging scars with severe redness.

Application fields of Calendula

  • Wound infection
  • Wound healing
  • Dog bite
  • Slight burns
  • Sunglasses
  • Skin tears
  • Wounded
  • Burns
  • Cuttings
  • Injuries, severe pain
  • Infections
  • Cold
  • Abrasions
  • Pressure ulcer
  • Baby, wounds
  • Damming
  • Ulcers
  • Third-degree burns bubbles break up
  • Suppuration
  • Open leg
  • Skin injuries
  • Wounds
  • Burns
  • Ruptures
  • Toothpaste abscess
  • Ulcer cruise
  • Lower leg ulcer
  • Cold sensitivity
  • Muscle rupture
  • Poorly healing wounds
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Ruptures barbed wire
  • Scalding

    Contraindication of Calendula

    • Increased sensitivity of the patient to the active drug or excipients.
    • Infection in the rectum, causing inflammation.
    • Impingement or loss of hemorrhoids.
    • Tuberculosis in the acute stage.
    • Loss of mucous.
    • Diabetes.
    • Bleeding from the anus of any etiology.
    • Decreased blood pressure.
    • Ulcer formation. Erosion of the rectum.
    • Prohibited combination use suppositories with barbiturates.
    The suffering is improved by:-
    • In peace
    The suffering is worsened by:-
    • rain
    • Move
    • cold

    Homeopathic Indications of Calendula

    Wounds:
    • The affected person has grave wounds.
    Baby, wounds:
    • Deterioration due to damp and cloudy weather.
    • Calendula D 6: Three to five globules three times a day for two to three days.
    Wound infection:
    • This is in the case of open wounds, skin abrasions or skin cracks. 
    • The affected person is very sensitive to pain. 
    • Calendula helps to heal the wound quickly.
    Wounds,  skin abrasions:
    • The remedy is used in the case of lacerations, open wounds or skin abrasions. 
    • The affected person is very sensitive to pain. 
    • Calendula helps the wound heal quickly.
    Injuries, severe pain:
    • There is a suspicion of a muscle or ligament rupture.
    • Calendula C30: Every two to six hours until it comes to a lasting improvement.
    Sunburn:
    • The skin is hot and red. 
    • The affected person is very sensitive to touch.
    • Calendula D12: Twice daily until an improvement occurs, also affected areas with Calendula ointment cover.
    Dental Problem:
    • The victim has an open wound. It nurses the bleeding after a tooth has been pulled. 
    • Wound healing is promoted. 
    • This remedy follows Arnica montana when the bleeding does not stop. 
    • The affected person is very sensitive to pain.

    Side effects of Calendula

    Allergic reactions in the form of rashes on the skin, burning and itching of the anus, skin redness. Hyperemia.
    It is interesting! Can significantly enhance the positive dynamics in the treatment of hemorrhoids, if you combine the use of the drug with a special set of exercises for the prevention of hemorrhoids.

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