St. John’s Wort
Proven astringent, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects of st. John’s wort are used for infected skin defects. Apart from the other substances, the stem contains catechin tannins, flavonoid glycosides, essential oils and hypericin.
Mullein flowers contain therapeutically active saponins, slime, tannins, flavonoid glycosides and others. Within traditional use, the drug is used for purposes of refining and reconditioning the skin.
Marigold flowers also contain triterpene saponins, carotenoids, essential oils, bitter substances, salicylic acid, vitamin C, resin, mucus and other substances. The following are common indications: topical application for oromucosal inflammations, topic recovery of the skin for minor inflammation/skin irritation.