Calendula :is suitable for single brewing, or with green tea. Brew with a tablespoon of dried calendula petals and simmer for about 3 to 5 minutes. The golden-yellow tea is set against the floating golden petals. Drinking calendula tea when you have a cold can help reduce fever and cool down fire. It also has antispasmodic and digestive properties, making it ideal for those with peptic ulcers. In addition, it can also promote blood circulation. It can also alleviate alcoholism, so it is also beneficial to the liver. But pregnant women should not drink calendula tea.
Calendula ｜Europe ｜ natural drying ｜Spring