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Calendula (Calendula officinalis)

What is Calendula?

Ancient cultures recognized and used the healing properties of calendula. It is native to Mediterranean countries but is now grown as an ornamental plant throughout the world. Calendula can be used alone, but is best added to other carrier oils. It is an excellent base for massage oils, salves and lotions.

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Advantages

Stimulates the formation of new tissue, their (flowers) anti-inflammatory properties are soothing to the skin and they gently promote blood circulation. Excellent for damaged or injured skin tissue and used extensively in creams, balms and salves

Aroma

Spicy and sweet

Absorption

Thin and quickly absorbs into the skin.

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