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Calendula officinalis

@inproceedings{Miraj2007CalendulaO,
  title={Calendula officinalis},
  author={Sepideh Miraj},
  year={2007}
}
Calendula ,native to southwestern Asia, western Eur ope, Macaronesia, and the Mediterranean, is an annu l and perennial herbaceous plants belongs to family Aster ac ae . The aim of this study is to overview its p harmacological effects. This review article was carried out by sea rching studies in PubMed, Medline, Web of Science, and IranMedex databases up to 201 6.totally, of 119 found articles, 40 articles were included. The sea rch terms were “Calendula officinalis”, “therapeutic… 

Acción antiedemagénica del extracto de Caléndula officinalis L. de producción nacional

The anti-edematogenic action of the C. officinalis extract was shown, being the 200 mg/kg dose the best and the 14-day length of treatment the most effective.

Preclinical Vascular Activity of an Aqueous Extract from Flowers of Calendula officinalis

It is shown that the mode of action on the vasorelaxant effect caused by this extract is endothelium-independent, providing a scientific basis for the use of this plant in traditional medicine and merits further investigations.

Medicinal plants with cholesterol-lowering effect marketed in the Buenos Aires-La Plata conurbation, Argentina: An Urban Ethnobotany study

This contribution presents 82 species of medicinal plants whose products are sold and consumed as cholesterol-lowering in the Buenos Aires-La Plata conurbation, Argentina. The hypocholesterolemic

The Phytochemical Constitution of Maltese Medicinal Plants – Propagation, Isolation and Pharmacological Testing

The Maltese Archipelago hosts a large number of medicinal and aromatic plants that have been utilised medicinally for several centuries and contribute to the production of phytochemicals as a means of protection against other plants or other organisms.

Application of the threshold of toxicological concern approach for the safety evaluation of calendula flower (Calendula officinalis) petals and extracts used in cosmetic and personal care products.

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    Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association
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Reproductive assessment of hydroalcohol extract of Calendula officinalis L. in Wistar rats

The results showed that the treatment with HAE did not affect male fertility nor had toxic effects in early and middle periods of pregnancy, however, the HAE caused maternal toxicity when administered during the fetal period of pregnancy.

The effect of cycocel and daminozide on some growth and flowering characteristics of Calendula officinalis L., an ornamental and medicinal plant

Combinations of cycocel and daminozide were used to investigate the effect of spray application of two plant growth retardants on the growth, flowering and amount of essential oils of Calendula officinalis L and showed significant effects on plant height and essential oils.

Pest categorisation of Phenacoccus solenopsis

P. solenopsis could enter the EU with imported fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers, although the main pathway of introduction is likely to be plants for planting, and host availability and climate suitability indicate that most of the EU would be suitable for establishment.

Effect of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi on the Growth and Polyphenol Profile of Marjoram, Lemon Balm, and Marigold.

It is shown that AMF can provide different services for each herb and the quantity and quality of plant material could be improved by the application of optimized AMF inoculum.

YIELD AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FLOWER HEADS OF SELECTED CULTIVARS OF POT MARIGOLD (Calendula officinalis L.)

In the field experiment there were five cultivars of pot marigold compared and 'Orange King' turned out to be the best, which produced the most numerous and shapeliest inflorescences, with the big number of ligulate flowers.

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Calendula: Calendula officinalis

German Commission E approves the topical use of calendula flower preparations in the treatment of poor wound healing, treatment for skin conditions and it is also officially indicated for inflammation of the oral and pharyngeal mucosa.