Marigolds are mainstays in gardens all over the world because of their sunny appearance. They are usually planted to repel bugs, add color and give off a pleasant smell, marigolds of the Calendula genus are utilized for their many anti-inflammtory, antispasmodic and antifungal compounds. In fact, according to a report published in Pharmacognosy Review, more than 200 different commercial and medical formulations now contain concentrated calendula marigold extract.
- Helps in treating dermatitis, acne and diaper rash
- Aids in wound healing
- Reduces Eye Inflammation
1~2 grams of marigold per 250g of hot water (85~95°C), steep the tea from 2~3 minutes.
SHELF - LIFE
Keep it in a cool and dry place