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Similia Calendula Oil for Wounds, Burns Ulcers, Injuries

Similia Calendula Oil for Wounds, Burns Ulcers, Injuries

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About Similia Calendula Oil

Similia Calendula Oil is a remarkable healing agent and is useful for open wounds, parts that will not heal, ulcers, superficial burns and scalds. It has remarkable power to produce local exudation and helps to make acrid discharge healthy and free. It helps promoting healing of cuts, scrapes and minor burns and heals chapped hands and lips and nasal irritation from colds.

Check other Calendula products in Homeopathy (available in mother tincture, dilutions, triturations, skin care products, ointments)


  • Ulcers, burns, and for dressing of injuries
  • Promoting early healing in superficial burns
  • To accelerate cicatrization and granulation
  • Sores, open wound and ulcer
  • Eczema and itching

Calendula Medicinal Properties & Benefits

Calendula, commonly known as marigold, is a plant with a rich history of medicinal and therapeutic uses. It originates from the Mediterranean region, but its popularity has led to widespread cultivation around the world.

Medicinal Properties:

  1. Anti-Inflammatory: Calendula contains flavonoids and linoleic acid, which are known for their anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it effective in reducing inflammation in various skin conditions and internal ailments.
  2. Antimicrobial: It exhibits antimicrobial activities, which help in fighting infections caused by bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
  3. Wound Healing: Due to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, calendula is often used in healing wounds, burns, and cuts. It helps in speeding up the healing process and reducing scarring.
  4. Antioxidant: Calendula is rich in antioxidants, which combat the damage caused by free radicals and can be beneficial in preventing certain chronic diseases.

Skin Benefits:

  1. Soothing Skin Irritations: It's commonly used to soothe eczema, dermatitis, and diaper rash due to its gentle and calming effect on the skin.
  2. Hydrating: Calendula oil is known for its hydrating properties, making it a good choice for dry or chapped skin.
  3. Anti-Aging: Its antioxidant content also helps in protecting the skin against environmental damage and can reduce the appearance of wrinkles and age spots.


  1. Topical Creams and Ointments: Calendula is often used in creams, ointments, and salves for topical application on skin irritations, wounds, and burns.
  2. Infused Oils: Calendula flowers can be infused in oils like olive or almond oil, creating a soothing mixture that can be applied to the skin.
  3. Teas and Tinctures: For internal health benefits, calendula can be consumed as a tea or in the form of tinctures.

It's important to note that while calendula is generally safe, it's advisable to conduct a patch test before using any new herbal product, and consult with a healthcare provider, especially in case of pregnancy, breastfeeding, or existing health conditions

Direction For Use:

Apply on the affected area 2-3 times a day, or as directed by the physician.

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