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Elora Tea


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Colorful petals that have a neutral flavor. This flower is used as a decorative ingredient in teas.

HEALTH PROPERTIES:   Commonly used as a herbal remedy to address sores, gastritis, menopausal issues and menstrual cramps


TEA SOURCING:  Ingredients sourced from the Nile Delta and Fayoum regions in Egypt.

INGREDIENTS: Calendula Petals

ETHICS:  Ethical Tea Partnership and GMO free



The Calendula plant is also known as the pot marigold and as a flowering herb has always been a garden favorite. It botanical name is Calendula - a name which came from the Romans who observed that in their warm Mediterranean climate the colorful blooms were always present. The name originated because the flower could be seen on the first day of each month - the calends. The marigold is believed to have originated in India and seeds were brought to Europe by the early Persian spice traders.

The petals are dried and infused to make a hot beverage but they have also been used to make a healthy broth, to make salads more visually appealing and surprisingly have also been used in the manufacture of marigold cheese.

The special properties of Calendula as suggested in home remedies texts are as follows: calendula tea can be used for gastritis and a warm gargle has been used to soothe canker sores. The tea has also been recommended for women with painful menstruation or menopausal problems. For a stimulating bath, try adding calendula petals. Some hair stylists use a Calendula infusion as a hair rinse to bring out the highlights in brunette or blond hair.

Tea uses - Since the Calendula petals are flavor neutral they can be used to decorate any tea blend. 



BREWING INSTRUCTIONS FOR HOT TEA: Infuse one slightly heaping teaspoon for each 8 ounce cup with water brought to a boil for 3-15 minutes.

NUMBER OF CUPS: 15-20 cups from each 15 gram bag of tea, with a single use of the leaves.  Loose leaf tea is traditionally infused 3 times, with a different flavor profile following each infusion.  Accordingly, each bag can make up to 60 cups of tea.