calendula

calendula

Calendula Flower / Marigold

Product Name

Calendula officinalis

Latin Name

Egypt

Origin   

Flowers – Petals

Product Forms

From January to May

Season Crop

Yellow, Orange, Or Red      

Color  

Smell of freshly tilled soil

Flavor / Aroma

Also Known as Pot Marigolds.  Product Consists Of Whole And Broken Flowers

General Description

Its Play an important role in medicine for treatment the most of skin problems, healing wounds, inflammation & burns, And it’s Useful in the treatment of stomach ulcers. Calendula, also known as marigold, is an annual member of the daisy family that is native to western Asia, Europe and the Mediterranean region. like Golden yellow flower parts with a mild, fresh scent. The whole flower heads are added to soups and broths. Marigold flowers are also used to produce a light, yellow dye and natural food coloring. The flowers also add a mild, pleasant flavor to herbal tea blends. used in cosmetic Infuse in in oil for use in soaps, lotions, balms and other topical formulations.  Use to garnish soups and salads. May also be baked in cookies, cakes and breads. Excellent tea herb. Household Calendula produces a natural yellow dye for coloring wool and cloth Still used medicinally. as an anti-inflammatory, an antitumor agent, and a remedy for healing wounds. antiviral, antigen toxic in herbalism, treating acne, reducing inflammation, controlling bleeding, and soothing irritated tissue abdominal cramps and constipation. recommended for treating ailments of the digestive tract. Calendula was also used for various women’s ailments.

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