Dried Calendula Petals


In medieval Europe calendula was widely available and was known as “poor man’s saffron” as it was used to color and spice various foods, soup in particular.
According to the Oxford dictionary Calendula is a modern Latin diminutive of calendae, meaning "little calendar", "little clock" or possibly "little weather-glass, maybe a reference to the fact that the plant's bloom coincides with the new moon each month.

Calendula Flower is also known as pot marigold, but don't confuse it with the many other varieties of marigolds (tagetes). Calendula has been used medicinally for centuries.

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*Those with known allergy to the Daisy (Asteracea family) are advised to avoid contact with Calendula*

Citrus-like with a peppery / bitter finish.

Peppermint, rose, cornflower, chamomile and lavender in cooking and in tea blends.

Add calendula petals to bar soaps or infuse in oil for use to make lotions, salves, lip balms and other topical products. May also be tinctured.
Use in herbal tea blends and to enhance the color of broths and rice. May also be incorporated in to baked goods.


Culinary Grade
Organic dried calendula petals (Calendula officinalis ) 
0.5 oz / 14 gr
Sore in a cool dry place


Calendula is masculine in action 
associated with Sun
element of Fire
astrological sign Leo
Calendula symbolizes happiness, joy and grace
Other names are Bride of the Sun, Ruddles, Sun's Gold, Summer's Bride

Being a herb of the sun, Calendula can be used to remove negative energy. A Calendula infused oil can be used to consecrate tools and the petals can be used as part of an incense for divination. When sprinkled on the floor under the bed they will bring prophetic dreams.
Calendula association with the sun and being a fire element, highlights to me its energetic ability to battle stagnation and catalyze or fan inner fires such as the digestive or lymphatic. According to Julia Graves in communication with Wood, calendula also “stimulates upana vayu,” the downward bearing wind that is the life force of the pelvic region.

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