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Neven (Calendula officinalis)

In ancient Rome it was believed that the flowers of the marigold were nickel on the grave of a dying novel that had died of sorrow, unlucky in love with a Roman young man. Science has however shown that this wonderful legend of forbidden love is not true and that this plant originated in India. Neven (Calendula officinalis) is one of the most widely used plants in phytotherapy, folk customs and the magic of nations around the world. Due to its complex composition, the neuron is used to treat a wide range of illnesses.

Neven is an important ingredient of tea blends that relieve the problems in the digestive tract. Heals wounds on the stomach and duodenum, normalizes liver function and retina. Thanks to the anti-inflammatory effect of flavonoids, this plant calms the inflammation of the colon. The presence of tannins and mucus justifies the use of marigold to stop milder diarrhea.

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Thanks to the content of provitamin A, the marrow beneficially affects the eye (swabs and sticks) and improves vision. For this purpose, the marigold is used both outside and inside. Sterile tea from virgin yeast is the eyes of conjunctivitis and eye irritation. Neven has a very beneficial effect on the skin. It is used against burns, wounds and frostbite. Due to the presence of provitamin A, it is helpful in psoriasis. In folk medicine, numerous plants against impetus, dry and moist eczema and peruvian lichen are made from this plant. It stimulates the formation of new cells, eliminates pus discharge, and is used against the fertilization of the nail root. Neven proved to be an extremely effective agent against fungi, especially candida.

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Written by Branka Drobnjak