Calendula

1. Wounds of all kinds especially cuts or lacerations of soft parts ; with or without loss of substance ; promotes healthy granulation and prevents excessive suppuration ; after surgical operations.

2. Old, neglected, offensive wounds, threatening gangrene ; much sloughing of soft parts.

3. Rupture of muscles or tendons, with much soreness and pain ; compound fractures.

4. Ulcers of various kinds with excessive discharge of pus ; painful as if beaten.

5. Exhaustion from loss of blood and excessive pain.

Note : Use locally and internally.

Locally the Succus is the best preparation.

Dr. AG Clarke

Calendula
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