In medicine, calendula oil is actively used due to wound healing, sedative, antispasmodic, astringent, tonic, diaphoretic, diuretic and choleretic properties. The range of medicinal properties of calendula oil includes soothing and relieving irritation and inflammation. Also, marigold oil is used to treat bedsores, scars, varicose veins, with bruising as a result of damage to veins and capillaries, with bruises of various origins, eczema and ulcers. If you use this base oil regularly, then it is able to effectively deal with the capillary net on the skin, including on the face. Calendula oil is used to fight peptic ulcers and gastritis, hypertension, with stones in the bladder, arthritis, psoriasis, stomatitis and periodontal disease. Actively use oil from calendula petals in cosmetics for pregnant women and for nursing mothers, in particular, to prevent cracking of the nipples. Calendula oil is an active antiseptic and antidepressant, stabilizes hormones and can be used to establish regular menstrual cycles.