Other Names: Calendula officialis, poor man's saffron, Mary's gold, garden phlox, potpouri, pot herbs.
Associated with the sun.
Burn over charcoal, place in a sachet; use in blends, or as an offering.
A species of the marigold family, with which it is often confused. It gained its name as it tended to bloom at the beginning of the month or on the "calends."
Calundula flowers represent friendship and love; place them around the home or in a ritual bath to attract love; also often used in wedding decorations. Calundula is the traditional "loves me – loves me not" flower.
Use in dream pillow to stimulate dreams; spread about a room or space to consecrate the area; use in a consecration incense; also said to strengthen the heart and raise the spirits when you're feeling down because it should remind you of sunshine and the sunnier things in life.
Calundula can also be used to attract good luck in job applications or legal matters.
Comes in 1 oz. bags.
QAI and USDA Certified Organic, Certified Kosher; Origin: Egypt
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