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AbstractMarigold therapy has been used for over 30 years in the United Kingdom and has been evaluated by numerous randomized double-blind placebo-controlled studies for various skin issues on the lower extremity. Various species of marigold are naturally anti-viral, keratolytic, and anti-inflammatory when applied topically to the affected area. Marigold therapy offers a non-invasive and gentle treatment for difficult to treat plantar verruca, painful hyperkeratotic lesions, and inflamed bursa secondary to hallux abducto valgus.
CitationHadfield RA, Vlahovic TC, Khan MT. The Use of Marigold Therapy for Podiatric Skin Conditions. Foot and Ankle Online Journal. 2008. doi:10.3827/faoj.2008.0107.0001
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