Benefits of Marigold Tea


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Our garden is full of magical surprises. We have no idea that our garden contains herbal remedies for every problem in our life. Marigold (also known as Calendula officinalis) is not just a beautiful flower, but a natural medicine for many conditions. The marigold has now been placed in the books of cancer and anti-cancer cures, because it has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. The marigold is also able to help in the treatment of wounds. It is excellent in healing burns, stings and impetigo (a contagious skin infection.) It is also wonderful in the treatment of warts, corns and calluses. The flowers are also used in the treatment of many skin conditions from eczema to varicose ulcers.

 

Remedies for the use of the Marigold Tea:

 

– Inflammation of the intestines
– Diarrhea
– Liver problems
– Expel worms
– Herpes and glandular swellings
– Hepatitis

For Tea:-

To make tea or infuse the flowers, make sure that you boil the water and then add 1 tablespoon of the flowers to the pot of tea and let it steep. Do not add the dried flowers to cold water and then let it boil. The tea purifies the blood, so drink this tea regularly.
I hope you like our post on Benefits of Marigold Flower Herbal Tea.

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2 thoughts on “Benefits of Marigold Tea

  1. wherearethechickens says:

    I’m loving all your tea recipes! I’m growing Marigold right now to keep away garden pests; I never thought to use it for making tea! I’m excited to try it. When I do, I’ll be sure to let you know how it goes.
    ps – Thanks for stopping by my blog 🙂

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    • perfectionistyou says:

      Thank you so much. I am so happy that you have liked my Recipes. Yes, you should try it. It tastes so delicious and also calms our mind. Thank you again.
      I will be waiting to hear your opinion.
      You’re most welcome!

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