Properties: calendula for therapeutic purposes is used as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, wound healing agent. Use it for both internal and external use. Preparations from this plant have an astringent, antispasmodic, choleretic and sedative effect, improve heart function, and lower blood pressure. Quite often, calendula is used to treat diseases of internal organs, the nervous system, as a sedative, as an anticoagulant, immunomodulating drug. It is also used as a diuretic, diaphoretic, expectorant, analgesic, desensitizing and restorative. Calendula has also found use as a means of increasing male potency. Calendula flowers are also used as an antispasmodic. It is able to relax the smooth muscle structures of organs such as the stomach, intestines and liver, which leads to increased bile formation and bile secretion and increased secretory activity of the stomach.
Infusion of calendula. Take 1 tablespoon of calendula and pour it with a glass of boiling water, leave for 1 hour to brew. Strain the finished infusion and take 1 tablespoon three times a day. The tool is used for stomach ulcers, gastritis and liver diseases. The same infusion is suitable for gargling with angina and inflammation of the oral mucosa.