We grow Calendula flowers on our permaculture farm all year round, giving us access to fresh flowers to make our Calendula Oil infusion from scratch for our amazing Calendula Ointment.
Apply frequently to dry cracked skin all over the body from lips, heels, elbows, knees, babies bottoms, or any little knick or scratch to keep hydrated.
I blend our permaculture grown Calendula—infused in certified organic Olive Oil—with our magnificent local low heated beeswax to make our very popular Calendula Ointment. Our local beeswax is second to none, unrefined and low heated so it retains honey. Of all the samples I have tested over the 10 years I have been making Calendula Ointment, no other beeswax has come close.
A Note from Kay: My daughter loves to help me pick the gorgeous bright orange Calendula flowers, as we chat about life. We pick the Calendula flowers after the morning dew has lifted when the flowers are open and before the native bees are out. It is so important to pick after a few dry days so the pollen is still fresh and abundant to get that really rich orange colour.