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The pretty flower heads can only be harvested by hand which results in a superior product as the hand-picked will capture buds over mature flowers and seed heads. If Marigold flowers are infused with boiling water, it will form an aromatic flavor but slightly bitter in taste.
A piece of sun has fallen to the earth with the misson to heal your wounds!
The tea produced by Marigold flower is light green with a yellow tint. The aroma of Marigolds has tart-spicy note. The mild flavor is delicately tart and linger briefly on the palate after drinking.
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Benefits: – Excellent for inflammation due to infection or physical damage. Ideal as first aid kit for bruising, eczema, strains, abcess, bleeding, wounds and burns. Can be used as compress, or taken internally as tea infusion. – Helps to strengthen muscles, calm muscles spasm. – Helps to ease gastric and duodenal ulcers, colitis (colon inflammation) and diarrhea. – Use as footbath for athlete’s foot – Generally, calendula cleanses, stimulates circulation and improves wounds healing. – Cold compress instruction: Soak 1 tablespoon of herbs with 1 litre of hot water for 3-5 minutes. – Cool to room temperature, preferably chilled. – – To make a cold compress, soak a towel in this preparation, place the compress gently on the affected area.
Suggested Serving: The delicate and tart taste of the Marigold fits well with light snack or french fries.
Storage Instructions: Store in tightly covered jars and use clean, dry spoons for measuring after opening. Store in a cool dry place. Avoid from direct sunlight.