Calendula flower tea
Calendula brings gentle but powerful healing to troubled skin. Brew a stronger infusion than you would for tea when using calendula for externally and let it steep longer to get the most benefit. You can also use diluted calendula tincture if you don't have any flowers.
- 1- 2 tablespoons dried Calendula flowers or a handful of fresh petals per cup of boiling water.
- Or mix 1 to 2 teaspoons of calendula tincture per cup.
- Steep until cool and apply using a cool compress to the affected area.
Tags and Uses for this Remedy
- Burns : Minor burns can be treated at home and will heal on their own. The best thing you can do is reduce the heat, by applying cold water or ice.
- Rashes :Poison ivy, allergic reactions,
flea and insect bites, diaper rash - these can all be treated at home using your own herbal remedies.
- Skin Care :Natural, organic skin care remedies do a better job of protecting and healing skin than store bought cosmetics.
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