Calendula has been used an herbal remedy and as coloring and flavoring for food in Central and Southern Europe since the 1100s. Commonly known there as marigold, calendula is an annual flower native to the northern Mediterranean countries. It's well known for its skin-soothing properties — this gentle herb is used as an ingredient in all types of skin care preparations, including salves, body washes, creams, ointments and lotions. This two-foot-tall, hardy annual can grow quite bushy, and its large, two- to three-inch flowers (which range from yellow to bright orange in color) are attractive additions to borders. Calendula blooms continuously throughout the winter in warmer climates and throughout the summer in the north. Cooler temperatures and picking the flowers promotes more flowering, while high heat in summer will stress the plant and stop flowering
- Non Irradiated
Botanical Name Calendula officinalis Common Name Calendula Country of Origin Egypt Package Type Bulk Bag Plant Part Flower Petals Size 1 lb
To use as a tea, pour 1 cup boiling water over 1 tsp. of herb, cover and steep 3 to 5 minutes.