About This Tea
Pot Marigold, or Calendula, is a species of plant from the Daisy family that blooms throughout the summer and fall seasons. Its name comes from its Old Saxon name, which translates to “it turns with the sun.” Marigolds are considered an edible flower, often being incorporated into salads to add color. Additionally, they have been known to have antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, and are traditionally used for cramps and constipation.
|Brew Color:||Yellow emerald|
|Benefits:||Known to have antiviral and anti-inflammatory properties, traditionally used for cramps and constipation|
|Flavor Profile:||A harmony of light, sweet, and floral notes|
|Size:||4 oz. | Online Only|
How to Brew
For the perfect cup of tea:
- We recommend brewing with filtered water for the best results.
- Use one teaspoon for every 8 oz. of hot water. You may use more or less to adjust to your preferences.
- The ideal water temperature is between 200-212°F.
- Brew for 5 to 7 minutes.