The Benefits of Marigold
tea made of the flowers of this plant stimulates the liver and has anti-inflammatory
properties, says Rolf Stühmer in his book The Big Book of Health.
Tincture of marigold which any pharmacist will be pleased to make up,
is a powerful antiphlogistic for skin diseases. Poor healing wounds, varicose
ulcers and mouth and throat infections can be helped by a compress with
marigold tincture or a mouthwash.
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