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Celebrate Calendula Flowers

Calendula flowers have a sunny disposition in the garden. Use its golden petals in the kitchen and be sure to keep it well-stocked in the medicine cabinet for an array of medicinal uses, including soothing ointments and astringent tinctures.



Susan Belsinger
Susan Belsinger
Since antiquity, calendula flowers, or pot marigold, have been used in infusions for many maladies.
Photo By Susan Belsinger
Susan Belsinger
Susan Belsinger
Calendula helps heal cuts, rashes, bee stings and burns.
Steven Foster
Steven Foster
Calendula oil can be used as is or added to salves or lip balms.
Susan Belsinger
Calendula tincture is simple to make from fresh or dried flowers.
Susan Belsinger

















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