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Calendula (Calendula officinalis) Macerated Oil - Vegetable Oils - Plant extracts

Calendula (Calendula officinalis) Macerated Oil

Product Description

Calendula (Calendula officinalis) Macerated Oil
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Plant description

Latin Name: Calendula officinalis
English Name: Calendula, pot marigold, ruddles, common marigold
French Name: Calendule, souci officinal, souci, souci des jardins
Family: Asteraceae
Origin: France, Canada

History and origin

Native to Europe, marigold has been cultivated since a long time elsewhere in warm temperate regions of the world. It has always been recognized for its calming and healing properties. The plant has yellow or orangey yellow flowers reminding a small sun. Its Latin name Calendula comes from the fact that the plant has a very long period of bloom which lasts for months. In Latin, calende means the first day of the month. Some cooks do not hesitate to incorporate marigold to their recipes because the flowers are edible.


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Aromatherapy Data Sheet

Used Part: Flowers 
Production Method: Fresh flowers are macerated in the sun in an organic vegetable oil (sunflower or olive), then filtered. Vitamin E added.
Main Components:

Oleic acid (14 to 40%)

Linoleic acid (3,5 to 20%)

Stearic acid (1 to 7%)

Palmitic acid (4 to 9%) 
Oil Characteristics : Oily liquid with a reddish orange colour and a floral scent, slightly bitter.
Properties :

Powerful anti-inflammatory: calendula maceration oil can reduce significantly swelling and congestion following a skin burn.

Antioxidant: It protects from cell degeneration and capture free radicals responsible for premature aging of the skin.

Healing: It helps impaired skin tissue regeneration.

Softening and relaxing: It adds softness and elasticity.
Indications :

Skin irritations, cracks, fissures, frostbites, small wounds, razor burn

Psoriasis, eczema, ulcers, bed sores

Burns, sunburns, radiation therapy (avoid application 12 hours before the session)

Pain, itching, hives, insect bites

Delicate and fragile skin (for ex. babies, children)

Skin thightness, reactive skins

Dry and rough skins
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