Calendula Plant profile

• Scientific name: Calendula officinalis • Growth habit: An upright to rounded cool season annual growing to 18 inches tall and equally wide. The leaves are medium green, elliptic in shape and growing to 6 inches long and 2 inches wide. • Light: Plant in full sun to lightly shaded locations. • Water needs: Prefers […]

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Mambino Organics Overview

Mambino Organics Calendula Olive Nipple Butter Overview

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Calendula, aloe, tea tree for Dry Skin

Aloe Vera: Aloe vera is soothing, healing, and moisturizing. It also helps to remove dead skin cells. Apply aloe vera gel topically on affected areas. Calendula and comfrey have skin-softening properties. They can be used in a facial sauna or to make herbal or floral waters. Comfrey also reduces redness and soothes irritated skin. Add […]

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How to Make Calendula Oil

Calendulas are bright and beautiful gold and orange blooms, also known as edible marigolds. The blossoms have long been favored as an herbal treatment for a variety of skin conditions, including acne, burns, cold sores, sunburn, bee stings, bug bites, rashes and dry, itchy skin. The oil can be used as is, or as an […]

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Calendula soothing scalp oil and cream for hair and skin care

What is calendula? Commonly known as «pot marigold,» calendula is an exceptionally versatile herb native to the Mediterranean. For centuries, it has actively been grown in gardens to use as food and for its healing properties. Identified by its bright orange and yellow petals which hold medicinal properties, it should not be confused with the […]

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