Calendula, also called marigold, or mary's gold, is known as the skin herb. When harvesting the flowers fingers get sticky with the resins produced by the flowers and buds. It is this resinous material that helps bind the skin together when needs repair or a soothing balm.
Calendula blooms throughout the year in many climates, thus its name 'calends', the Latin word for calendar. Calendula petals are edible, perfect for adding color to salads, and every other dish on the table.
Topically, this effective skin herb soothes and provides protection.
Sun soaked and energetically active, our Calendula Salve gathers the breadth of this skin restoring herb in a pure concentrated form. Use Calendula Salve for all manner of skin discomfort, irritations and minor wounds and burns. Massage the salve into the afflicted area gently and cover with a bandage if necessary. Calendula is one herb we use in almost all of our products.
Organic Calendula flowers in organic Sesame oil, organic Calophyllum inophyllum and organic Rosehip seed oil, Calendula CO2 extract, Vitamin E, fragrant Rose wax, organic Lavendin, Bergamot, Helichrysum, and Carrot seed Essential oils; with Arnica, Calendula and Angelica Flower essences.
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