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Health Calendula (Calendula Officinalis)

Supports Lymphatic System

*Calendula acts to mobilize white blood cells, stimulate lymphatic drainage, decrease inflammation of the lymph nodes, and generally support lymphatic circulation. Helps move lymphatic stagnation.


Immune Support

*anti bacterial 

*anti fungal


*Calendula can help reduce pain, help clear up congestion, and even improve ear infections. The tincture can also remedy constipation, arthritis, gout, and even a rumbling tummy.  Calendula is rich in flavonoids, linoleic acid, c-reactive proteins, and cytokines which all help relieve inflammation.


Skin & Radiance Support

*Helps heal burns, bruises and cuts faster

*Great for skin health


Menstration Aid

*Large flavonoid presence helps relax muscles and blood flow. All promoting the ease of menstration.


For general use, take 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 mL) twice a day. Take on an empty stomach before bed. Do not take in excess. Please consult with a doctor before using, especially if you are on any medications. Can be placed under your tongue or added into a beverage.



****Precautions ***

Calendula may have a sedative effect to some. May cause sleepiness, drowsiness and can slow breathing.

You should not use Calendula oils or extracts if you are pregnant or breast feeding also if you are allergic to ragweed, daisies or marigolds. 


**** Disclaimer ****

I do not diagnose, prescribe, recommend or treat.

If a person is considering trying mugwort for medicinal purposes, they should speak to their healthcare provider beforehand to ensure that it is safe for them to do so.

There is currently not enough scientific information to determine an appropriate dosage for calendula, and people should keep this in mind if they are thinking of using.

Calendula Tincture

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