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Calendula Benefits/Beneficios

The Most Effective Skin Condition Natural Solution In The Market 2019 Trend

 

Calendula by Dr. C. Tuna

In General Calendula is the Latin genus for about 20 different plants known commonly as marigolds. These flowers naturally grow in western Europe, southern Asia, and the Mediterranean region. The Calendula genus is in the daisy family and includes both annual or perennial plants. Ancient Romans used the flower to honor people, while Hindus have been using the herb to dress statues of their deities for many centuries. Germans use calendula in their soups, and Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cultures use the flower in their cuisine too. Calendula is a potent antioxidant with many anti-inflammatory properties. These properties stem from naturally occurring organic compounds like glycosides, oleanane, and saponins. Anyone can experience the health benefits of calendula.

 

Purpose

 

Cultures around the world use calendula to soothe irritated or wounded skin. The compounds in the plant naturally bond with organic tissue and the triterpenoids they secrete can speed up the healing process. Experts recommend applying calendula oil to bug bites, scrapes, bruises, and other wounds. Anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor agents also help reduce recovery time. Dr. C Tuna’s combination of natural ingredients has led this Product to overcome many skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and many other skin scars like stretch marks. These are a few of the many amazing results seen from this product on many testimonies. Results seen as fast as the next day by using the cream twice a day.

 

 

“I had a darkened Marks on my ankle area for many years, finally went to the doctor after trying many creams and no solution TELL I tried the calendula cream and after 3 days I can see it disappear. AMAZING!” Daysi Mcgraw

More Benefits

Anti-Fungal, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Bacterial, and even used as an Antiseptic

 

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