Calendula Information from the National Library of Medicine

Calendula, scientific name of Calendula Oficinalis, is constantly being studied around the world. This RSS feed shows the newest documents and articles with calendula information at the National Library of Medicine.

Antimicrobial Properties of Essential Oils Obtained from Autochthonous Aromatic Plants

The aim of this work was to determine the antimicrobial activity of the essential oils of six plants widely distributed in the Dehesa of Extremadura, such as Calendula officinalis, Cistus ladanifer, Cistus salviifolius, Cistus multiflorus, Lavandula stoechas, and Rosmarinus officinalis. The content of total phenolic compounds (TPC) and the antimicrobial… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: February 11, 2023–11:00 am

Catechol-O-methyltransferase Inhibitors from Calendula officinalis Leaf

Calendula officinalis is commonly known as marigold and its flowers are used in herbal medicines, cosmetics, perfumes, dyes, pharmaceutical preparations, and food products. However, the utility of its leaves has not been studied in depth. The purpose of the present study was to identify the major compounds in C. officinalis… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: February 11, 2023–11:00 am

The volatile organic compounds and palatability of mixed ensilage of marigold (Tagetes erecta L.) crop residues

With increasing acreage of cash crops, the use of their by-products as supplements for livestock feed becomes an important factor. Marigold (Tagetes erecta L.) account for more than half of the world’s loose flower production. However, there is no precedent for the abundantly available marigold crop residue (MCR) being used… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: February 6, 2023–11:00 am

Current scenario of traditional medicines in management of diabetic foot ulcers: A review

Diabetic foot infections and diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) cause significant suffering and are often recurring. DFU have three important pathogenic factors, namely, microangiopathy causing local tissue anoxia, neuropathy making the foot prone to injuries from trivial trauma, and local tissue hyperglycaemia favouring infection and delaying the wound healing. DFU have… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: January 23, 2023–11:00 am

Antifungal Activity of Selenium Nanoparticles Obtained by Plant-Mediated Synthesis

The continuous need to satisfy world food demand has led to the search for new alternatives to combat economic losses in agriculture caused by phytopathogenic fungi. These organisms cause plant diseases, reducing their productivity and decreasing fruit quality. Among the new tools being explored is nanotechnology. Nanoparticles with antimicrobial properties… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: January 21, 2023–11:00 am

Calendula officinalis-A Great Source of Plant Growth Promoting Endophytic Bacteria (PGPEB) and Biological Control Agents (BCA)

The application of beneficial bacteria may present an alternative approach to chemical plant protection and fertilization products as they enhance growth and resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses. Plant growth-promoting bacteria are found in the rhizosphere, epiphytically or endophytically (Plant Growth Promoting Endophytic Bacteria, PGPEB). In the present study, 36… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: January 21, 2023–11:00 am

Wound healing and antibacterial capability of electrospun polyurethane nanofibers incorporating Calendula officinalis and Propolis extracts

In order to produce a healing accelerator antibacterial wound dressing, different electrospun polyurethane (PU)-based nanofibers inclusive Calendula officinalis and Propolis ethanolic extracts were fabricated. The measurement of minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) against Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) determined the concentrations of incorporating extracts. Then the morphological properties of the produced polyurethane… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: January 17, 2023–11:00 am

Traditional Uses, Bioactive Compounds, and Pharmacological Investigations of Calendula arvensis L.: A Comprehensive Review

Calendula arvensis L. (Asteraceae) is a famous ornamental and medicinal plant widely distributed in Mediterranean countries and the southern region of Europe. This reputed species is widely used in traditional medicine in the treatment of many disorders and has various bioactivities, especially anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antimutagenic, antimicrobial, insecticidal, antioxidant, and immunomodulatory… Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: January 13, 2023–11:00 am

Effect of oral Calendula officinalis on second-degree burn wound healing

CONCLUSION: Based on the results of this study, C. officinalis may have beneficial healing properties and be effective in accelerating the healing of second-degree burn wounds and can be used as a supplement to treat wounds. Read more »

Source: calendula officinalis | Published: January 12, 2023–11:00 am

The Antimicrobial and Toxicity Influence of Six Carrier Oils on Essential Oil Compounds

Essential oil compounds have been identified as alternative antimicrobials; however, their use is limited due to their toxicity on human lymphocytes, skin, and reproduction. Carrier oils can reduce the toxicity of essential oils, which raises the question as to whether such activity would extend to the essential oil compounds.

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