Athonite Herbs – Calendula · Acne · Psoriasis · Eczema · Stomach Ulcers | Mount Athos Pharmacy
Calendula, gathered with the hands of the monks from the blessed Athonite Land, acts beneficial to stomach ulcers and inflammations. It has strong antiseptic properties and contributes to wound healing.
Net Weight: 50g
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Calendula from the pure Athonite Land, handpicked by Monks!
Calendula is collected from the blessed land of Mount Athos with the hands of Mount Athos monks. The monks at Mount Athos have a long tradition of collecting herbs and studying their beneficial properties.
With knowledge and experience, they collect calendula and use it to make beneficial products for humans and as herb for making beverages.
Calendula: Beneficial properties
Calendula has been known since antiquity for its cleansing, antiseptic, astringent, moisturizing, anti-inflammatory, soothing and healing action.
Thanks to its beneficial ingredients, it works effectively against skin problems. It is recommended to treat acne as well as pimples. It is also effective in bruising, burns, conjunctivitis, wounds, abrasions, eczema, hemorrhoids, herpes and psoriasis.
Calendula flowers have a positive effect on the reduction of inflammation and the rapid healing of the wounds. They are effective against skin ulcers. When taken internally as a tea, it can face stomach ulcers and inflammation.
Compresses or diluted calendula tincture contribute to wound healing, nail infections, burns, abscesses, scars and sores of itching. Gargles with calendula tea help in case of stomatitis and pharyngitis.
Calendula tea is consumed 3 times a day.
Those who take tranquillizers should be aware that taking calendula can aggravate drowsiness. During pregnancy and breastfeeding, it is recommended to avoid drinking calendula tea or using it on the skin. It may cause an allergic reaction to those who are susceptible to plants such as chrysanthemums, kites and daisies.
Origin: Mount Athos Pharmacy, Karyes
Net Weight: 50g