The Russian doctor Nikolai Lazarov introduced the concept of an adaptogenic plant in 1949 and marked with them the most effective medicinal properties that nature offers to the organism.
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Marigold is one of the most widely used plants in herbal medicine, folk costumes and magic in the world.
Marigold contains a significant amount of flavonoids, thanks to which it has an anti-inflammatory effect. Triterpene saponosides, tannins, kaleduloside glycosides, carotenoids have also been found in this plant, thanks to which the marigold has orange blossoms, a little essential oil of unpleasant odor, and many organic acids.
The extremely valuable carotenoids in flowers are very important for the healthy functioning of the body, and above all they serve as protection against cancer. Also, they are great for eye health.
It is also said that lutein is used in the production of medicines for the eyes.
Adaptogenic plants are non-toxin plants whose properties have a beneficial effect on human health, reduce mental and physical stress with the help of adaptogens that help the body to adapt to a stressful environment.
These non-toxin plants also act directly on foreign cells, malignant in the human body, and try to destroy them by their action.