Marigold Treatment for Earache, Chest Pain and more

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Marigold is a common garden plant which is rather coarse, erect, branched and grows to about 1 metre high. However, there are short or dwarf varieties as well. The leaves are very deeply incised and sharply toothed. Flower heads are solitary, long- stalked and thickening upward. The flowers are bright yellow, brownish- yellow or orange.


* Relieves chest pain and other problems associated with the chest pain.
* Reduces anxiety.
* Expels worms from the body.
* Purifies the blood.
* Rheumatic pains, cold, bronchitis, ulcers, diseases of the eyes and uterus.
* To heal wounds, boils, and skin infections caused by boils.
* Earache.
* Is a mild laxative.


The infusion of the flower is used to relieve chest pains and other problems related to it. It also reduces anxiety, expels worms from the body and purifies the blood. Externally, the decoction is used for various muscle pains. colds, bronchitis, ulcer, eye disease and disease of the uterus.
The juice of the leaves is used in earache, healing wounds, boils and skin infections and the root is said to be laxative.


The whole plant.


Normal Dosage For:

Adults: 4 or 5 cups a day.
Aged 6 to 9 years: 2 cups a day
Aged 2 to 5 years: 1 cup a day
1 to 2 years: 1/2 cup a day
Below 1 year: 1/4 or less cup a day

A Useful Table for Quick Measurements:
1 tbsp = 5 grams (green herb)
1 dessertspoon = 2 grams (dry herb)
1 teaspoon = 25 drops
1 cup = 16 tbsp

1 litre = 7 or 8 cups

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