This beautiful flower offers many herbal benefits as well as being a bright color highlight in you garden!
-as a dye
-used to color and spice various foods; ie. soup
-calendula juice mixed with vinegar as a rinse for the skin and scalp
-a tea of the flowers comforts the heart
-to combat the occasional upset stomach
We are suppliers for the herbal medicine industry and are not certified herbalists; please consult with your personal herbalist for recommendations of those products that may help your journey to good health. With that said, we do not promote herbal remedies as replacements for our medical industry. Please consult your physician prior to any use.