In traditional medicine, marigold is used for the preparation of a cream that is used for curing wounds, cuts, burns, and other skin-regenerating issues.

It is shown that marigold stimulates the formation of new skin cells and helps cure wounds. It is also used to treat varicose veins, hemorrhoids, skin ulcers, etc.

In addition, marigold helps regenerate and treat mucous membranes. Therefore, it is used to treat stomach and intestine ulcers and oral ulcers. Marigold relieves muscles, i.e., muscle cramps. Moreover, it soothes the stomach, gallbladder, and menstrual pain.

Marigold tea and other preparations

Marigold is used for the preparation of a tasty and healing tea. You can prepare it by pouring a teaspoon of marigold with a cup of hot water. Consume the tea 3 – 4 times a day. To prepare marigold mouthwash and marigold compresses, you need to pour a tablespoon of marigold with 1 liter of water.

Attention: People who are allergic to chamomile, Echinacea, buttercup, and other herbs from the Asteraceae family are not to use marigold because they may be allergic to marigold, too. Therefore, these people are recommended to use marigolds carefully and to consult with a health care professional.

Marigold cream to treat skin acne and scars

In a pot, pour 300 ml of cold olive oil and add one marigold flower, one John’s wort, and 1 teaspoon of lavender.

Place the pot on a low heat and cook it for half an hour. Then, remove the pot from the oven and leave it to stay for 12 hours. Then, strain the liquid and drain the excess oil from the herbs. Pour the oil in the pot and cook it on a low heat. Add 150 grams of pure wax, 1 teaspoon of honey, 10 ml of propolis, half a lemon, half an orange and cinnamon.

Boil it for half an hour and then strain it. Pour the mixture in small containers. Apply it on this affected place twice a day in the morning and evening for a month.

Marigold tea to treat hand and leg relentlessness

Mix 1 teaspoon of marigold, 1 teaspoon of yarrow, 1 teaspoon of mint, 1 teaspoon of Basil, and 1 teaspoon of thyme. Pour the mixture into 1 liter of hot water. Cover it and leave it to stay for 2 hours, and then strain it. Drink 100 ml of the tea every 1 hour. You can also use the tea to massage the body.

Marigold tea to treat throat pain

Mix 20 grams of marigold, 20 grams of ironwort, 20 grams of raspberry leaves, 30 grams of mint leaves, 50 grams of chamomile, 20 grams of saliva, and 20 grams of Basil.

Pour 2 teaspoons of the mixture with 500 ml of hot water and boil it for 2 – 3 minutes. Leave it to stay for 15 minutes and then strain it. Drink the tea during the day. You can also gargle it. Repeat the therapy for 5 – 7 days.

Recommendation: Before using some of the mentioned recipes, make sure you consult with a healthcare professional.