Calendula Tea Health Benefits
- Skin soothing
- Contains vitamins & minerals
- 18 Bleach Free Tea Bags / Box
- Recommended temperature: 205°
- Cover and steep to taste.
- Remove tea bag and enjoy!
What exactly is Calendula?
Most people know the calendula flower under its more common name, marigold. A relative of daisies, marigold is native to southwest Asia and western Europe, as well as the Mediterranean. Their brilliant yellow-gold petals have made marigolds a popular flower in many gardens. Historically, marigolds were used to make vibrant yellow dye. Their petals are edible, and sometimes included in salads, as well as steeped into a nurturing cup of herbal tea. Calendula Tea offers a sweet fragrance, but a somewhat spicy, bitter taste, making a drop of honey a pleasant complement.