Marigold: Beyond Beauty and Decor

@inproceedings{Kaur2013MarigoldBB,
  title={Marigold: Beyond Beauty and Decor},
  author={Komalpreet Kaur and Ramninder Kaur},
  year={2013}
}
Marigolds were well known and valued by ancient people in South Asia. The bright orange and red colours of marigolds are seen everywhere in daily life of the Indian sub-continent. They are mainly decorative plants and the flowers are used in all kinds of ceremonies including weddings. Marigold has been occasionally used in South Asian medicine.  Marigold leaves and flowers in particular have been used for various disorders. Marigold species are being investigated for their potential benefits to… CONTINUE READING

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