Calendula and Yarrow: Herbal Preparation Projects
by Barbara Richey
Calendula (Calendula officinalis)
I made a caendula ointment. Calendula is a beautiful golden flower that can be found in eastern Canada, south through New England, west through Pennsylvania and Ohio, north through Michigan and Wisconsin. In the west, it is cultivated in California. Calendula features warm gold blossoms. Once they bloom the flowers can be picked throughout the season.
Calendula is an herb that is used to heal the skin. It’s great for scrapes, bruises, insect bites and minor wounds. It can also be used for sore and/or infected gums. I enjoyed working with this flower because of all of the useful healing properties. I have family members with eczema and varicose veins. I created salves to treat their skin ailments. PDF – Calendula and Yarrow
2 thoughts on “Calendula and Yarrow”
This Calendula infused with oil is for the things listed above plus eczema and varicose veins? Also what type of oil are you infusing with?
I mix calendula with comfrey and arnica that makes it potent..