Marigold Flowers - Calendula officinalis

Marigold Flowers (Calendula officinalis L.)

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Marigold Tea

Our Marigold Tea is rich in analgesic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, healing and soothing properties. It is common to use this medicinal tea for the auxiliary treatment of skin problems and in the alleviation of pain.

Ingredients: 100% Marigold flowers (Calendula officinalis).

Benefits of Marigold Tea

Marigold Tea is made from Calendula officinalis plant, used for skin healing and diabetes regulation. About its benefits for the skin, Marigold Tea may help to relieve pain caused by burns or inflammation and to accelerate healing. This effect is by blood circulation improvement. If you have acne, dermatitis or psoriasis, Calendula Tea can help you. In addition, Marigold Tea promotes liver well-being, strengthens the defences and treats throat irritations. Some studies of Marigold Tea say that this tea can stimulate collagen production (the 'most abundant protein in the human body').

Marigold Tea is also recommended to treat gingivitis, fever, thrush, menstrual cramps, candidiasis, pharyngitis and gastrointestinal issues.

Curiosities:

Marigold – Native to Central Africa, Marigold is a plant popularly known for its yellow-orange flowers that follow the sun's routine. “Calendula officinalis” is one of 12 species belonging to the genus “Calendula” of the family “Asteraceae” (better known as Daisies), similar to the sunflower. Each plant is recognized by the opening of its flowers with the dawn and dusk of the sun. Besides being used as an element of urban landscaping, Marigold is cultivated for medicinal purposes and the production of cosmetic products. In Classic Antiquity, will have been used for the production of textile dye. For the Romans, Marigold was a reflection of happiness.

In their natural state, Marigold flowers have a sweet-sour flavour and are used in salads and soups. In poultry feed, Marigold flowers are used in supplements to intensify the colour of meat and egg yolk. The origin of Marigold is still unknown, although it is known to be a plant with little resistance to soil drought. The leaves and flowers of Marigolds are the only edible parts that can be used.

The word “Marigold” is derived from the Latin “Calendae” which translates as “the first day of each month”.

Water temperature: 100º

Infusion time: 5 minutes

Recommended quantity: one tablespoon per cup (250ml). To prepare 1L (1000ml) of Marigold Tea, add four tablespoons of Marigold Flowers. You can consume 3 to 4 cups of tea per day, outside the main meals. 

How to prepare: put one tablespoon of Marigold in a container with 250ml of boiled water. Cover and leave to infuse for 5 minutes. Finally, strain it, let it cool down a little and consume it. You can add some honey and cinnamon.

Store in a cool, dry place away from light.

Warnings: This plant should be avoided by pregnant women or babies, even by people with hypersensitivity to the active ingredients of the plant.

NOTE: The images presented were made in our company, however, the cut typology and dimensions of the plant may vary from delivery to delivery or season of the year.

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