Calendula Officinalis in the Cream or Butter Form is a therapeutic agent that should be in everyone’s medicine chest. Here are some of the properties of this cream:
For falls, lacerated wounds, and septic wounds. Calendula officinalis is the great homeopathic antiseptic and vulnerary (wound healing herb). Germs cannot thrive in the presence of Calendula officinalis. Calendula officinalis cream will draw out dirt that is embedded deeply in the wound. Apply Calendula Officinalis Cream topically to all wounds where the skin is broken. If even with the application of Calendula Officinalis Cream topically, the wound begins to look infected, take Calendula officinalis 30C internally, and it will heal that wound up promptly.
Calendula officinalis is listed in my repertory for painful wounds, wounds that do not heal, chronic effects from wounds, wounds that tend to break open and heal again, dissecting wounds, festering wounds, gangrenous wounds, gaping wounds, inflammation of wounds, neglected wounds, suppurating wounds, and lacerated, torn or ragged wounds.
Gunshot wounds. Calendula officinalis prevents suppuration and infection of gunshot wounds.
Diaper rashes. Calendula Officinalis Cream is very helpful to heal up minor diaper rashes of babies. Some babies are sensitive to the cream. For this reason we have created the Calendula Officinalis Butter, which does not have any alcohol in it, and therefore should not sting.
Calendula officinalis promotes healthy granulation of the tissues and prevents peritonitis after surgery.
Soothing relief during and after delivery. A compress of Calendula officinalis tincture dissolved in warm water and applied to the perineum during and after labor can be very soothing and healing to the laboring mother. Applying Calendula officinalis cream topically can also be beneficial.
Calendula officinalis helps with the maturation and healing of abscesses.
Calendula officinalis can help soothe the skin following sunburns.