Soothing Calendula Tea
Learn how to make Calendula (calendula officinalis) tea with dried or fresh calendula flowers, hot or iced, including a sun tea method. These gentle blossoms are soothing and packed with healing properties.
Please note: The fresh flowers used in the photographs for this recipe, including the mandala, are not all calendula, they are there to be pretty (always an artist!:)), as this was a summer-inspired recipe!
Optionally: stir in 2 teaspoons of a favorite sweetener (honey, coconut sugar, etc.) when the tea is warm or top off with a favorite milk (dairy or vegan).
To make this tea with a sun tea method: place the blossoms in a jar and cover with cold water; screw the lid on tightly. Place on a sunny windowsill or outside in the sun for at least 4 hours before enjoying.
For more fabulous information about Calendula, please visit the lovely Colleen over on Grow Forage Cook Ferment to learn 10 Reasons to Grow Calendula!
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Also see: Black Walnut Bitters.
Serving: 1.5cups | Calories: 1kcal