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calendula flowers


I have escaped to work without interruptions on my next big project – the revision of BACH FLOWERS UNFOLDING, hopefully to be released later this year as part of an amazing book.

Edward Bach, just like Mother Teresa, had the strong desire to ease suffering and has left a legacy behind that lives on.

Bach Flowers are an amazing healing tool with their effects often being underestimated.

“The action of these remedies is to raise our vibrations and open up our channels for the reception of our Spiritual Self, to flood our natures with the particular Virtue we need, and wash out from us the fault which is causing harm. They are able like beautiful music, or any gloriously uplifting thing which gives us inspiration, to raise our very natures, and bring us nearer to our Souls: and by that very act, to bring us peace, and relieve our sufferings.” Edward Bach

The need for the revision arises because of the changes in the Earth. As the vibrational frequencies have increased the Bach Flowers (as well as other plants) are bringing forth new information.

For anyone not familiar with BACH FLOWERS UNFOLDING please go to my website for more information.

As always, green blessings.

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The long awaited Calendula ointment is ready. As some of my clients have witnessed, it is one of a kind and works wonders for irritated skin, wounds, dry lips etc. Feel free to share your experiences here.

HERBWALK, June 24 – remember to register. For details see previous post.

Green Blessings,


The oil is made from Calendula officinalis often referred to as Marigold. Many plants are called Marigold and therefore the Latin name is required for correct identification.

Why not plant some Calendula this year in your garden? The flowers are bright yellow and orange and have many therapeutic properties. It is easy to grow and harvest. The oil can be made into a healing salve which is a favorite of many of my clients.


anti-inflammatory – wound healing – anti-fungal – anti-bacterial/anti-microbial – anti-septic

Calendula oil is used topically and primarily used in SKIN CARE because of its great anti-inflammatory and wound healing actions.



The oil helps to moisturize the skin, soothes the area and reduces pain.
Conditions: diaper rash, eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, minor cuts and wounds, bed sores, insect bites, frost bites


Athlete’s foot, ring worm and jock itch


Swelling from injuries i.e. sprained muscles and bruises, leg ulcers, spider and varicose veins.


Applied externally for abdominal cramps and constipation.

WHAT A TREAT – Medicine making outside at the beginning of April!

I am straining an infused oil of Calendula flowers and will create a salve from it later.

Watch the next post for the use of Calendula oil…

You can find more on how to make an infused and salves on the 2nd disc of my DVD: Herbal Pharmacy for Everyone.

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