Calendula Facial Massage Oil (Calendula officinalis L.) is a flower widely used to treat skin conditions. Also known as marigold, calendula is generally applied topically when used for health purposes.
Rich in nutrients like lutein and beta-carotene, calendula has been found to contain anti-inflammatory compounds. Calendula is in the same family as daisies and chrysanthemums and the resemblance can be seen in their daisy-like flowers. The plants will bloom throughout the season. The leaves are slightly fussy and not the most attractive part of the plants. Although the petals have a slightly bitter flavor, they have no fragrance. They are used in all kinds of recipes, from butter to wine, but they are mostly favored for their intense color
Calendula is a stunningly beautiful flower, the deep orange and yellow petals form a colorful contrast with the greenery in the herb garden. Is it little wonder that Calendula, called “Marigold”, Marigold or “sun bride” in the herbals of the middle ages, was ascribed such magical powers and healing virtues? Calendula flower oil heals the skin so well, The German Commission E has verified the effectiveness of calendula in healing wounds and reducing inflammation.
Calendula is a particularly good treatment for cuts, scrapes, bruises, insect bites and minor wounds.Calendula is antifungal and so can help to cure thrush (Candida albicans).The antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties of calendula make it a good face wash for dry, irritated skin and acne Fresh calendula petals can also be infused in boiling water and used to treat minor infections, conjunctivitis, and mouth sores. Calendula tinctures are also a concentrated and convenient way to treat