Calendula is also known as Marigold. It is said that the ancient Romans saw the calendula blossoming in the first day, so Calends, the Roman ancient calendar, was named. Ancient Egyptians believed that calendula can delay aging, and Indians respect it as a sacred flower.
The organic calendula tea is fragrant and aromatic, with bitterness in the sweetness, and the orange-yellow flowers are as dazzling as the sun. Calendula can be used as a material for making tea, cooking, and skin care products.
Health Benefits & Nutrition of Calendula Flower Tea:
Calendula has a significant effect on the skin. The minerals and vitamin C have anti-inflammatory and bactericidal effects, can relieve redness and itching of eczema, calm the skin and improve sensitive skin.
Calendula contains a large amount of lutein, which is a nutrient that the human body cannot synthesize by itself, and has the effect of protecting the eyes.
In addition, it can relieve menstrual pain and restore the regularity of menstruation.
Suggested usage: Brewing tea
* Take 1-2 tablespoons Organic Dried Calendula Flowers and brew in hot water for 3-5 minutes, and drink after filtration.
Storage period: Avoid the sun, keep it cool and dry, can be stored for about 1 year
Note: Because calendula promotes uterine contraction, you should pay attention to the daily serving weight during pregnancy.
Due to different physical conditions, especially pregnant women and those who are weak, we suggest you to consult a registered physician before consumption.
INCI: Calendula Officinalis Flower
Storage: Store in a cool, dry area. Away from direct sunlight or heat.
Caution: For external use only. Do not use on children. Perform a patch test on your skin to check for an allergic reaction. Do not make contact with eyes and open wounds.