Calendula Flowers Whole Organic

Calendula officinalis


Origin: Egypt

Calendula is native to Europe and Asia and is cultivated worldwide. It is an annual flower topped with showy flower heads that vary in shades of red, orange, and yellow.

Note: Avoid in pregnancy
Common Names: Marigold, Pot Marigold, Bull flower, Bull’s eyes, Butterwort, Death-flower, Garden marigold, Gold bloom, Golden flower of Mary, Holligold, Marsh marigold, Mary bud, Mary gowles, Poet’s marigold, Water dragon

Calendula, also known as pot marigold, is an herb that is highly valued for its vibrant yellow and orange flowers, as well as its medicinal properties. In terms of taste notes, calendula flowers have a subtly spicy and peppery flavor. They offer a delicate and slightly bitter taste that is reminiscent of saffron, although milder in intensity. Furthermore, calendula petals can be infused into oils, vinegars, and teas to extract their flavors. Calendula is one of the main ingredients in our unique blends, Spring Equinox and Twilight!
Avoid in pregnancy.