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Calendula (Calendula officinalis) plant has anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties. It is one of my favorite ingredients to add to the Recreating Society self-care line. The brightness of the flower shows its softness but the healing properties of calendula are powerful. The primary way that to use the plant is by solar infusion. There are many benefits and healing properties.
Benefits of Calendula
- healing wounds
- soothing eczema
- relieving diaper rash.
- prevent muscle spasms
- start menstrual periods
- reduce fever.
- reduce pain and inflammation
- healing wounds and leg ulcers
- inflammation of the rectum (proctitis)
- ear infection
- gum disease
- peeling lips (exfoliative cheilitis),
- inflammation of the lining of the eyelid
How to use Calendula
The life cycle of Calendula
The sunshine in the winter
Recreating Society’s uses.
Salve: Apply the salve to your cuts, scrapes, bruises, and insect bites. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, antioxidant components this salve protects against infections. The beeswax helps protect the wound and scraps from healing quickly. At the same time, helps with reducing scarring, wrinkling, and aging spots.
Face oil: Our calendula and rose face oil helps with rehydrate and circulates blood within the skin. It brighten, firms and reduces hyperpigmentation. A great night oil.
Lotion bars: Our lotions bars helps heal wounds, can help reduce pain and inflammation.
Bath soaks: In our bath soaks it helps in healing wounds and helps with dry skin.