Marigolds Can Brighten up Your Life With Their Various Health Benefits

Table of Contents Get These 5 Potential Health Benefits From Marigolds How Can You Use Marigolds? Here Are 3 Ways Marigolds Add Color Not Just to Your Garden but Your Health, Too Try These Delicious and Healthy Marigold Recipes Make Your Own Calendula Oil Infusion With These Easy Steps Contraindications for the Use of Marigolds Marigolds (Calendula officinalis) are mainstays in gardens all over the world because of their sunny appearance. Throughout history, the marigold plant, also called calendula, has been well-utilized since the 12th century in Central Europe and the Mediterranean.1 Documentations of use also reach as far back as the Indian, Middle Eastern, Greek and Roman civilizations when calendula flowers were used as a dye.2 The name it goes by these days, marigold, was introduced in the early days of Christianity. People named it Mary's Gold in honor of the Virgin Mary, which was then shortened through time into "marigold."3 Its other common names are pot marigold, English marigold

Marigolds Can Brighten up Your Life With Their Various Health Benefits

Table of Contents Get These 5 Potential Health Benefits From Marigolds How Can You Use Marigolds? Here Are 3 Ways Marigolds Add Color Not Just to Your Garden but Your Health, Too Try These ...

Sat 16 Feb 19 from Mercola

Can You Eat Marigolds?

Marigolds provide a pop of color to any garden or vegetable plot. They range from creamy pale yellow to bright yellow, orange or variegated reds and orange. When planted with your vegetables, ...

Mon 11 Feb 19 from Mercola

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