Things To Do With Calendula (FREE eBook)

Things to Do With Calendula Free eBook

Hi everyone! I hope you enjoyed the calendula recipes I posted this week!

I’ve included them, along with a few others, in a free mini eBook that I wanted to share with you today. There are no strings attached and nothing to sign up for, just click the link below and grab your copy!

Click HERE for “Things To Do With Calendula.”

It’s a small PDF file, so be sure to go ahead and download it to your computer since links to eBooks are subject to change.

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55 Responses to Things To Do With Calendula (FREE eBook)

  1. Mairzie says:

    Thanks, Jan. This looks great. I truly appreciate these lovely ebooks that you so generously share. God bless you!

  2. Carol says:

    Thank you for this book, I and truely grateful. You are a blessng.

  3. Had to share this with my Garden Club. Great book. Thank you so much.

  4. Jenny says:

    Thanks for this book and the time u spent on it. I really do appreciate it. I love ur ebooks and recipes.

  5. Terressa Ferguson Zook says:

    This is wonderful, like a little present. Thank you! <3

  6. WOW! This looks great! Thanks. FYI, found you from a FB post by

    • Jan says:

      I’m glad you like the book! Also, thanks for letting me know – I was wondering where the extra traffic was coming from! :)

  7. Charles Keys says:

    I never cease to be amazed at the benefits we can get from the natural things right around us. You have a way of presenting it an making it desirable! Thank you for the time you put into the eBooks and post you share! I really enjoy your Blog!

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  9. Kathy says:

    Thank you for the e-book, love learning new things I can do with herbs

  10. Geri says:

    Thank you! So sweet of you to offer this!

  11. Carol says:

    Thanks for the free ebook! Looks very informative!

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  14. Nora says:

    Thank you so much! I can’t wait to try all the options that are in the eBook.

  15. Jeanne says:

    I’m always interested in all your useful information. Is Calendula a wildflower? It reminds me of a flower with a strong pungent aroma found in ditches. Where can I get it?

    • Jan says:

      Hi Jeanne! I’m not sure of its wildflower status in certain areas, but you can buy seed from Baker Creek Heirloom. Their site is:
      I routinely purchase from them and am 100% satisfied with their quality, every time. :)

  16. Sophie says:

    For the calendula lip balm, when do you add in the peppermint essential oil?
    Also, how much ounces of the lip balm will you have at the end?

    • Jan says:

      You can add peppermint essential oil after the wax has melted and right before you pour into your containers. If you put it in too early, the scent may evaporate out.
      To get a ballpark estimate of how many ounces a recipe makes – I just add up the total amount of ingredients. So, if a recipe calls for 4 ounces of oil and 1 ounce of beeswax, then I can approximate that it will make roughly 5 ounces of product.

  17. Sophie says:

    How and where do you download the book?

  18. Sophie says:

    Sorry Jan, for bothering you so much. I just have so many questions to ask about the calendula lip balm. How many calendula flowers do you need?
    Anyways, thanks for helping me. :-)

    • Jan says:

      Sophie, that is no problem at all! Asking questions is a good way to learn! :) You don’t need a lot of calendula flowers – I just got a one ounce bag today so just checked. It fills my 4 cup measuring picture almost up to the 3 cup mark. You can do a lot with just 1 ounce! For enough oil for lip balm, you’d only need a handful of dried flowers.

  19. Liz says:

    How long will this lip balm last?

    • Jan says:

      It should be good for a long time – usually 6 to 12 months, if not longer. If you add a few drops of vitamin E oil after melting the beeswax, your lip balm will probably last even longer. I don’t use vitamin E oil here due to family members with allergies to the soy/wheat in most brands, but it’s an excellent addition to most homemade body care items. :)

  20. Judy says:

    I love your books too, I hope to try some stuff some day! can’t right now for a number of reasons.

  21. kathy says:

    Thank you for the ebook, I have made some great salves with calendula, now I have some more great ideas to play with.

  22. Louise says:

    Thank you, thank you, thank you :) <3

  23. Connie says:

    So awesome to find someone willing to share their wealth of knowledge in these areas. I am sincerely grateful. Thank you, thank you!

  24. valerie says:

    Can’t wait to make things..

  25. Annalisa says:

    Thank you for this beautiful book. I love that you are exploring the same path as me in to the healing properties of plants.

  26. Tonja says:

    I’m so happy since I have about 200+ plants each summer and have never done anything with. Can’t wait for things to start popping up

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  30. Lisa B says:

    Hello! Thanks for all the good information on your website and in your new book which I just purchases I was wondering if calendula infused oil can be used for food? For instance, for popcorn or something like that.

    • Hi Lisa! Thanks so much for buying a copy of the new book! :) Some people do use herbal infused oils in a culinary manner, but you have to be very cautious with them as there have been a few cased of botulism reported. (I think mainly in oils infused with garlic or fresh herbs though.) Since I’m just not sure on the safety factor, I avoid using the oils internally. I wish I had more helpful information for you!