1) Calendula Tea for Skin:
Calendula extract is known to have many beneficial effects on skin. It improves the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines, acne scars, sun spots and other skin problems. It also helps reduce redness and swelling caused by minor burns or sun exposure. Its anti-inflammatory properties are helpful when treating wounds and eczema.
2) Calendula Tea for Eyes:
The plant’s leaves contain compounds called flavonoids which may improve vision. They protect the eye from damage caused by ultraviolet rays and they may even prevent cataracts. Calendula extract is also effective at reducing inflammation associated with glaucoma. In addition, it may help treat macular degeneration and age related blindness.
3) Calendula Tea for Digestion:
Calendula extract may help relieve digestive disorders such as ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Crohn’s disease and others. It may also ease symptoms of diarrhea, constipation and diverticulitis. It is also effective in relieving pain associated with hemorrhoids.
4) Calendula Tea for Hair:
The tea has been used to promote hair growth and to prevent graying. It is also believed to prevent baldness in men. It can be used as a tonic for the scalp.
5) Calendula Tea for Wounds:
Traditionally, calendula flower was used as a wound healer by North American natives. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties reduce pain and promote healing. It is especially beneficial for wounds that are prone to infection such as burns and those on the skin surface.
6) Calendula Tea for Burns:
Applying calendula extract to the skin can help treat burns and prevent scars. The cooling sensation can also relieve pain and swelling caused by burns. It is important to apply it immediately after getting burned and continue using it for at least a week.
7) Calendula Tea for Pregnancy:
Calendula can be very beneficial to pregnant women. It can prevent hemorrhaging during birth and postpartum bleeding. It is believed to shorten the duration of labor and reduce pain. It also may reduce the risk of miscarriages and complications during pregnancy such as high blood pressure.
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