Calendula flowers whole
INCI (Calendula officinalis). Also called marigolds.
Country of Origin: Egypt
1. Calendula is used as a natural decoration in candle making. Herbs should not be added to candle wax that is actually burned. It can be added to hurricane shells that are never burned, or simply placed around the base of pillars as a decoration. Herbs can, however, be added to candle wax and used as non-burning tarts.
2. Calendula is used in many potpourri formulations
3. Calendula is used in natural bath tea recipes since it possesses anti-viral, anti-inflammatory properties.
4. Calendula is used in soap making as a decorative element, and to help soften skin, reduce inflammation, and to treat acne.
5. Calendula is used in lotions, ointments, and creams to help inflammed, burned, rashed, or bruised skin. Varicose veins have been known to shrink after using calendula-infused lotion for a few weeks.
6. Calendula is used in face toner and natural aftershave formulas.
7. Calendula flowers are used in some bath bomb recipes.
8. Calendula flowers can be infused in massage oils.
9. Calendula flowers can be used in scrubs
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