Calendula Tea

Calendula Tea

Beauty and Brawn?! Calendula is known for its beautiful flower just as much as it is noted for it's incredible health benefits!

Skin Uses

This flower packs a powerful punch, most famously, for healthy skin. It is fairly common to find this flower in soaps, lotions, oils, and salves as it's antifungal, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties make it a perfect solution for eczema, diaper rashes, wound care and inflamed skin. Visibly, Calendula can give your skin a more tight and plump appearance. With it's antioxidant compounds, this flower can help protect your skins elasticity and protect your skins collagen supply. 

Digestive Uses

In a culture with emerging digestive issues due to easy accessibility to processed foods, gut health is becoming exponentially important. Calendula Tea's most important benefit is it's potential to support a healthy digestive system. Similar to the way it heals external wounds, Calendula may also heal internal wounds like ulcers, IBS or heartburn. It's anti-inflammatory capabilities can soothe pain and irritation from the stomach lining while simultaneously repairing the gut wall. 

Immune Support 

When we thought this flower couldn't supply us with enough healthful benefits, it just keeps giving. Got a lingering cough or stomach bug that's over stayed it's visit? Calendula shares with us it's antimicrobial properties that can help fight off the remainder of said infection or possibly can help prevent infection from the start. 

What do you use this beautiful herb flower for? 

 - Palm Beach Herbal Tea Company 



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