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Calendula, also known as marigold, is celebrated for its diverse range of physical uses in herbal medicine. Rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds, calendula is commonly applied topically to soothe skin irritations such as cuts, burns, rashes, and insect bites. Its antimicrobial properties make it valuable for treating minor wounds and preventing infections. Calendula-infused oils, creams, and salves are popular choices for promoting skin healing and reducing inflammation. Additionally, calendula is believed to support oral health and may be used as a mouthwash or gargle to alleviate sore throats and mouth ulcers. When consumed internally, calendula tea or tinctures are sometimes used to aid digestion and support overall wellness. Its versatility and gentle nature make calendula a staple in natural skincare and holistic health practices.


In magical traditions, calendula is revered for its potent spiritual properties and associations with protection, abundance, and healing. The vibrant golden petals of the calendula flower are believed to attract positive energy and ward off negative influences, making it a common ingredient in protective spells and rituals. Calendula is also associated with prosperity and abundance, and it may be used in spells and charms aimed at manifesting wealth and success. Additionally, calendula is considered a symbol of love and psychic vision, with some practitioners using it in rituals to enhance intuition and promote emotional well-being. Whether incorporated into sachets, candles, or ritual baths, calendula is esteemed for its ability to amplify intentions and bring about positive transformation in magical workings.




Physical Uses: Ulcers, antimicrobial, skin

Spiritual Uses: Protection, travel, success

Chakra: Solar Plexus

Deities: Xochiquetzal, Freya, Oshun, Santa Muerte

Marigold (Calendula Officinalis) 1oz