Organic Calendula Petals ~Certified Organic~

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A powerful antioxidant, it is amongst the strongest of antiviral herbs.
  • stainless steel mesh tea infuser with lid
  • Stainless Tea Canister with glass see-through lid.

Calendula Petals: Botanical Name: Calendula officinalis | Country of Origin: Egypt | Plant Part: Petals

100% Certified Organic. Calendula (Marigold) is a plant that has been used for centuries as ornamental, as well as culinary, cosmetic and for medicinal purposes. Calendula can be taken orally or applied topically. A powerful antioxidant, it is amongst the strongest of antiviral herbs.  Also makes a great natural yellow dye.

Caffeine Level: Naturally caffeine free.

Taste: The flowers taste like citrus zest, in some instances, but also Mexican tarragon or cinnamon.

Indications: An anti-inflammatory, it calms muscle spasms, treats constipation, helps heal wounds, is antimicrobial, antiviral and improves oral health.

How to enjoy: Add 1 heaped tsp per 200ml of water, brew with boiling water for 5minutes or adjust to your liking.

Aromatherapy: Calendual/Marigold essential oil is distilled from the flower tops, and it is quite sticky, and viscous. It smells very strange – musky, woody, rotten even, rather like the flowers themselves. The properties attributed to calendula oil are tonic, sudorific, emmenagogic and antispasmodic, but it is mainly used dermatologically. It is useful for very sensitive skin, and to help heal the scars of those who have had very bad acne. It is very calming, even in the smallest proportions, mixed with other oils. Good for burns, mixing a little into a calming lotion. Very little oil is needed in any preparation. Dried marigold infusions make good toners, and good calmers for the itchy eyes of hay fever. A tisane could help PMT. Some oil in a parsley compress is good for broken capillaries. A drop of calendula oil in a bath is good for psoriasis.

Certified Organic

Why Choose Certified Organic Loose-leaf Tea?

Shipping: Our Certified Organic Teas & Herbs are delivered in sealed, air-tight pouches.

Stainless-steel Tea Canister

Each boxed canister holds between 400g – 500g of loose-leaf black or green tea and between 100g - 400g of herbs or tisanes.

The lid of the canister is see-through glass with an airtight rubber seal (see images) and a clip-down steel clasp. You will be provided with 2 attractive labels to stick on the canister. One 'Certified Organic' label and a label with the name and health benefits of the tea printed on it.

Canister Size: 19.5cm [H] x 12.5cm [W].

Stainless-steel Mesh Tea Infuser with Lid

This tea infuser is a high-quality stainless-steel teacup strainer/leaf infuser. It ensures a great brew every time - even with very fine cut tea leaves! So easy to use, simply put into your cup, mug or pot, add tea leaves, pour in hot water and enjoy!

The lid serves as a lid, whilst the tea is brewing, and as a base for standing the infuser in when you remove it from your teacup.

Material: High quality stainless steel with micro holes - perfect for brewing your favourite teas without any of the little bits left in your cup!

Dimensions: Height: 7.5cm, Width including arms: 10cm

Care Instructions: This is the easiest tea infuser you will ever own, simply rinse out tea leaves and dry after each use.

CERTIFIED ORGANIC:- All our listed teas, herbs and herbal infusions are Certified Organic products for those seeking alternative remedies and therapies for health, healing and general well-being. Certified Organic refers to plants grown without the use of synthetic or toxic substances for a three-year minimum period. Artificial colours or fragrances cannot have been added. If we look at the term "certified organic" on a label, we know it to mean grown and cultivated without the use of chemicals. The term “Certified Organic” is overseen by several internationally recognized bodies. ~Organic (non-certified) means a compound that contains a carbon atom. Carbon is found in anything that has ever lived. This means that anyone can call his or her product “organic” without legal consequence because as yet there are no governing authorities monitoring companies who abuse this terminology of organic~ Our supplier undergoes a strict auditing process annually to ensure they comply with the rigorous standards involved in being Certified Organic. ACO Certificate No: 274P

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  • 5
    Calendula petals

    Posted by Isabelle on 20th Dec 2020

    Exquisite petals, top quality! I use them in my soapmaking- soothing, healing and a gorgeous colour through the soap.