Calendula is not only a pretty little flower; it’s also quite hardy and will resurface each spring. However, I don’t grow calendula just because it’s pretty; it has many different uses.
Calendula salve is one of the most skin healing salves that I have in my house. It is wonderful for extremely dry skin, eczema, for nursing moms, diaper rashes and so much more. Calendula is antiseptic(prevents disease-causing microorganisms from growing), so the salve can be very healing for minor burns, skin ulcers, bruises, bed sores […]
Calendula oil is something you should be making an using regularly. The healing properties of calendula infused into oil is easily made and can be used in a variety of ways; it will quickly become a staple in your herbal remedies supply. Calendula has been used since ancient times and can be seen in medicinal […]
Calendula is an easy to grow herb which produces beautiful yellow and orange flowers in midsummer and has wide ranging healing properties. If you’ve never grown a garden before, you can still get calendula to thrive and if you chose to, you can pay it no attention to it and it will still be happy.
Marigolds are a symbol of autumn. Their beautiful shades of yellow, red and orange make beautiful fall flower arrangements. Marigolds are more than just a pretty flower though. They are miracle flowers. Culinary uses, medicinal uses and more. After reading this, you’ll never look at the humble marigold the same way.
Calendula is full of skin healing, anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also very gentle on the skin so most people and animals can use it safely. You can use calendula a number of ways- fresh, steeped in water for a tea or infused in oil. Here are just 30 Ways to Use Calendula.