Calendula (Calendula L.) is a flowering plant also known as pot marigold or just marigold. It is native to the Mediterranean region of Europe, although it can now be found around the world.
Calendula can grow in the sun or in the shade, in an outside planter, or in a pot indoors. Calendula plants stand out with bright petals, usually yellow or orange.
Calendula Petala are widely used in herbalism, and it can be ground into powder or made into oils, creams, and ointments. The flowers might be used as a spice and as an ingredient in cosmetics, soaps and shampoos, body creams. Calendula Petals can be served as tea or used as an ingredient in various herbal formulations.
How To Use Calendula Petals Health Embassy
1-2 tsp of Calendula Petals pour 200 ml of boiling water. Infuse covered for about 10-20 minutes, strain and cool. Drink at a dose of half a glass twice a day.
You can also apply the infusion to your skin via a cloth compress, or spray bottle.
100 g of Calendula Petals pour 300g of alcohol with a strength of 60%. Close the vessel tightly and leave it for maceration in a dark place for two weeks. After 14 days, filter and pour into a bottle. Take in a dose of 5 ml.
1 tsp of Calendula Petals pour 100 ml of distilled water and add half a teaspoon of lemon juice. Mix thoroughly. Use to wash your face as a refreshing and brightening skin tonic.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as s medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.