Calendula flowers and leaves are used to prepare fresh juice and ointments. The main calendula properties, particularly for its flowers, are: essential oil, flavonoid, alcohol, steoil, carotenes, xanthophyll, and phenolic acids.
Internal use: bad circulation, gastro-intestinal inflammation, hand tingling, cramps and heavy legs, varicose veins, phlebitis, haemorrhoids, fragile capillaries, chilblains, (non-healing) fissures, irregular and painful periods and blood cleansing.
How to use
Adults: 4-5 spoons per day, between meals.
Important: once opened, the bottle should be stored in a fridge.
It’s advised to also buy the Calendula Ointment to lightweight massage the appropriate areas.
Ingredients: cold-pressed with a wine press, from freshly-picked calendula leaves and flowers.