Botanical Information: It is a poisonous plant from the Narcissus family, with about 20 species. The leaves come directly from the bulb. It is in the form of a long thin strip. It is one of the first plants to bloom in spring. The flower stands slightly bent at the end of a bare stem, is dark yellow in the shape of a bell or bell, and has a wavy tip.
Places where it is grown: Since its homeland is Turkey, it grows easily in almost every region of Turkey.
Collection – Storage: From March to June, the roots are removed, washed, peeled and dried. If tincture is to be made, it is processed fresh. Its flowers are collected in March-May and distilled with water vapor to obtain essential oil.
The poultice and poultice of onion dries the pus of wounds, cleans them and heals them. When consumed with 5 grams of honey, it induces vomiting. When the root is applied to the head with vinegar, it is beneficial for alopecia areata. When the juice of its flowers is drunk like sherbet with honey, it heals uterine and bladder pain.
Three of its roots (bulbs) are kept in milk for a day and night, they are taken out of the milk and crushed, used for illness, etc. It revitalizes the male limb of a person whose male limb has not been revived when applied 4-5 times like an ointment. (should not be used for a long time)
How to use: 0.5-1 g of dried and powdered daffodil bulbs are placed in a teapot. Add 300-400 ml of boiling water to it. Brew is drunk in small amounts in the morning, noon and evening.
WARNING: It is very risky to use calendula root as it is poisonous. Therefore, the recipe should be followed and not overused.