Calendula received its name from the ancient Romans. Why? Turns out calendula bloomed on the first day or "calends" of every month therefore earning the name "Calendula". It has been used medicinally ever since for its anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-itch and skin healing properties and is considered by many to be the best tissue healer.
Calendula has been used for:
Wounds that are tender, red, swollen, and "wet"
Infused herbal oils are oils that have been steeped with dried botanicals for a period of time until the oil takes on some of the properties of that herb. Rich, toning, and exceptionally powerful, they make a wonderful addition to homemade salves, ointments, lotions, and other body care products.
ORGANIC INGREDIENTS: Calendula blossoms, olive oil
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