Dried Calendula Petals
Crafts: Calendula petals can be added whole to bar soaps and potpourri blends for added interest. Calendula petals can also be used as a natural dye!
Topically: Infuse in oils or tincture to use in lotions, salves, lip balms, etc. Calendula is great for dry skin issues.
Culinary: Calendula has a light citrusy flavor with a hint of pepper. Use in baked goods like breads/cookies. Can be used as a coloring agent in soups, stews, and rice dishes. Add to tea blends for a nice flowery citrusy flavor and yellow color.
Sterols, Mucilage, Carotenes, Glycosides, Resins, Triterpenes, Flavonoids
Also Known As:
Marigold, ruddles, marybud, pot marigold, summer's bride, husbandman's dial, Poor mans saffron
STORAGE: Store in a sealed container in a cool, dark place.
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