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Which treatments can I prepare from marigolds?
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Which treatments can I prepare from marigolds?
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Infusion put 3 or 4 teaspoons of marigold to soak in half a liter of water for 10 hours max, then strain the mixture. The plant that remained is boiled in another half of liter of water. You strain the broth and mix it after the first cooling with the fluid from the first liquid you obtained. Drink up to 2 or 3 cups per day.Marigold powder is obtained by very fine grinding of marigold flowers. This powder is kept in glass jars, tightly closed, away from light and moisture and it should be consumed within two weeks of grinding, because its active substances are quickly evaporating. This powder can be taken up to 4 times a day, one teaspoon on an empty stomach.Marigold tincture has powerful effects in skin lesions, infections or swellings or any problem where you have to use a disinfectant. The tincture contains antiseptic and anti-inflammatory substances. To prepare this mix, put 20 tablespoons of powdered marigold flowers in a jar, then add 500 ml of potable alcohol of 70 degrees. Close the jar tightly and let the mixture soak for two weeks in a warm place. The mixture is filtered, and the tincture thus obtained is kept in small dark bottles. Drink it up to four times a day, one teaspoon diluted in some water.Marigold oil can be cooked in half a liter of olive oil, grape or sesame, in which you add 10 spoons of marigold dried and crushed flowers, then allow them to steep for two weeks, then, of course, filter the mixture. The oil is stored in places away from heat.Marigold cataplasm can be prepared by soaking marigold flowers for 2 hours in a cup. The paste thus obtained is applied directly to the affected area, covered with gauze for an hour.
 
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