Dried calendula flowers for tea and as a multi-skilled raw material for homemade cosmetics.
Calendula (Calendula officinalis) is good for the liver and respiratory health. The calendula, which fights oxidative stress proudly, is a gentle caregiver of the whole body, and the tea made from it does good for both the body and the mind.
Marigolds can be used to make tea, the consumption of which brings a touch of luxury to everyday life.
Dried calendula is also a popular and highly praised ingredient in the treatment of skin problems. That is why calendula is used as an active ingredient in natural cosmetics - for example, in products that control irritated skin and inflammation.
Making calendula: Measure 250 ml of water into a pan and add a tablespoon of dried calendula and boil. Allow to cool for about 5 minutes and strain. Do not add sugar or other sweeteners. Cheers!