Which of these plants helps heal wounds faster while also reducing pain and swelling?
• Honey Pot
Marigold helps heal wounds faster while also reducing pain and swelling. Here’s why…
Marigold is also known as Calendula and has been used throughout history dating back to the 12th century. It’s mostly used to help relieve minor burns, wounds and other skin problems but it does have other medicinal properties and benefits.
It’s important not to confuse it with the Tagetes plant. This type of marigold is more commonly used to people who celebrate “Dia de los Muertos” or “Day of the Dead” and use it as a decoration to show respect for their deceased loved ones.
Marigold is not difficult to plant and can withstand hot summers. They can be grown in most soils but do best when the ground is fertile and well-drained.
It can be used as an herbal infusion, a topical solution, or as an eye wash and helps alleviate ailments like cancer, skin conditions, bursitis, body toxins, and menstrual pains.
It can be brewed as a tea or add color and flavor to dishes like stews, soups, salads, and drinks. When marigold is powdered, it can be used as an alternative to saffron.
People have been using plants live better lives for centuries. The medicinal benefits of marigold is just one way of nature looking out for mankind.
~To Your Survival!
Calendula: A Healing Herb