Calendula OfficinalisMarigold, Calendula, Callendula
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Calendula Officinalis may help, unprocessed Calendula Officinalis may be best avoided.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Calendula Officinalis in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Locally. Aqueous Calendula Officinalis (Marigoldin.) for all wounds, the greatest healing agent. Also as an injection in leucorrhoea; internally, tincture, to third potency. For burns, sores, fissures, and abrasions, etc., use Calendula Cerate.
▲ MODALITIES ETC
WORSE, in damp, Heavy, cloudy weather.
Complementary: Hep Sulph Calc Hepar.
Emotions, feelings, attitude, disposition; irritability; during chill
Extremely nervous; easily frightened; tearing headache; weight on brain
Submaxillary glands swollen, painful to touch
Pain in right side of neck
Pain, headache; in forehead; eating
Lacerated SCALP wounds.
Injuries to eyes which tend to suppuration; after operations; blennorrhoea of lachrymal sac.
Deafness; worse in DAMP surroundings and with eczematous conditions
Hears best on a train, and distant sounds.
Skin or lining of nose; laceration
Coryza in one nostril; with much green discharge.
Discoloration; tongue; red
Cough, with green expectoration, hoarseness; with distention of inguinal ring.
Promotes favorable cicatrization, with least amount of suppuration
Slough, proud flesh, and raised edges
Superficial burns and scalds
Erysipelas (use topically).
▲ BACK AND NECK
Stomach; Hunger immediately after nursing
Heartburn with horripilations
Bladder; gall stones; after operation to remove
Nausea in CHEST
▲ GENITALS ETC
Uterine hypertrophy, sensation of weight and fullness in pelvis; stretching and dragging in groin; pain on sudden movements
Female; Warts at the os externum
Os lower than natural
Menses suppressed, with cough
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Hands and feet; chapped hand (see roughness)
Heat; foot; after dinner
foot; after eating
Injuries; hand; lacerations
▲ FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
Coldness, great sensitiveness to open air; shuddering in back, skin feels warm to touch
Heat in evening.
In the open air
In bed (see night and warmth)
Shivering from drinking cold water
Pain; sore, bruised