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4 oz is about 5 cups of bright yellow/orange daisy-like Calendula flowers, also called Pot Marigold. Use for color in potpourri, decorative jars and other nature crafts; and for its healing properties in soap, natural cosmetics, healing and massage oils, creams and salves. From aworldofplenty

- - - - CALENDULA OIL RECIPE - - - -

Use 4 parts of carrier oil (Sweet Almond, Jojoba, Lightly scented vegetable oil such as Canola, or another base oil) to 1 part dried Calendula flowers or petals (enough oil to barely cover the petals).

BAIN MARIE METHOD (or double boiler)

set a glass, ceramic, or stainless steel bowl over a pot that has 2” of simmering water. Heat for at least an hour or two, keeping the temperature warm, but not hot (100 to 150 degrees if using a thermometer). These petals can be removed and more added for a stronger mixture.


Steep calendula overnight or longer in a SLOW COOKER set on lowest setting.


Infuse flowers in a glass jar in a sunny window for a week or two.

Strain through cheesecloth and squeeze into a glass jar. Let it rest overnight, pour into another jar leaving any sediment in the first jar and discard it.

Store in a cool dark place. refrigerate portion that will not be used within a month or two.

Calendula Flowers and Petals, Dried - (Pot Marigold) 4 oz (5 cups) FREE SHIPPING


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