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Calendula

Calendula, also know as Marigold has had a long relationship with many religions around the world.

Romans and Greeks wore crowns made from the flowers as well as the early Catholic. This sacred flower in India is used to decorate the statues of Hindu deities. And Aztecs and Mayans used the flowers in their ancient ceremonies to his day still used on home altars on the Day of the Dead in Mexico and Central America.¹

Calendula contains so many effective compounds that create a long list of healing properties. As a smoke or a vape, it has a smooth floral citrus taste that increases your positive mood. While a tea or bath, it soothes wounds and decreases inflammation cause by stress.

The flowers of the calendula plant are edible too and have been used in soups and stews to help boost the immune system. Because of it being a symbol of joy and happiness in every garden, it was a perfect addition to our SUN blend.


OUR BLENDS WITH CALENDULA

2 thoughts on “Calendula

  1. Hi Tammie. Thx for your great question. We encourage to use the blends to shift your vibrational frequency by connecting with the plants via smoking, tea, vape or bath. The effects of Smoking is not recommended to those who don’t already have a practice of smoking plants like cannabis or tobacco. For those that do Smoke, using Calendula or Raspberry Leaf is healing to the lungs and Sage or Chamomile is calming to the lungs as well as the head cavity/bloodstream for anxiety.

  2. Is it safe for the lungs to smoke these herbs, like Calendula, sage, Raspberry leaf, chamomile?
    I use them to make teas but have recently seen mentioning of them being smoked. This wouldn’t hurt the lungs? Does it burn in the throat or lungs when they are smoked?
    Courious.
    Mrs.Apple

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