Calendula (Marigold) Oil

This oil is sometimes incorrectly confused with tagetes, which is also part of the marigold family. However, Calendula(Marigold) oil is what is classed as a macerated or infused oil, where the plant material is infused in oil, and the botanical material then removed, leaving the oil with some of the properties of the botanical material.
Calendula has great anti-inflammatory properties and vulnerary properties, making it excellent for help with stubborn wounds, ulcers, bed sores, varicose veins, bruises, rashes, eczema etc.
This oil is great to help with sore, inflamed and itchy skin conditions, also for burns, eczema and nappy rash, as well as sore cracked nipples. It is also used to treat thread and spider veins as well as varicose veins.
Calendula massage oil has great healing, soothing and softening qualities which makes it a good choice to include when mixing a massage oil or preparing a carrier oil blend.
When looking for a base oil for massaging to use when suffering from skin problems, either with or without the addition of essential oils, then consider calendula oil.

  • 100% Pure
  • Calendula Officinalis
  • Purity Tested/Quality Assured

Aroma: Strong, bitter/warm, spicy-sweet
Country of Origin: Egypt
Benefits: Calendula has great anti-inflammatory properties and vulnerary properties, making it excellent for help with stubborn wounds, ulcers, bed sores, varicose veins, bruises, rashes, eczema etc.
Theurapeutic properties: Effective anti-microbial, anti-parasitic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, sedative.
Mixes (Blends) well with: Jasmine Absolute, Cinnamon Bark and Lemon.
Extraction method: Maceration.  Macerated oil – With the maceration extraction method, the flowers are soaked in hot oil to have their cell membranes ruptured and the hot oil then absorbs the essence. The oil is then cleared of the botanical and decanted.
Color: Deep yellow to orange
Consistency: Viscous Liquid
Perfumery Note: Middle
Strenght of initial aroma: Strong
Plant – part used: Leaves and flowers

Suggested Use

Combine lavender and calendula for useful massage, rash, sore feet, and lichens.

Chemistry Calendula Oil

The chemical composition of calendula essential oil vary depending on the place of cultivation. The compounds present in the essential oil extracted from calendula include α-copaene (0.9%),  α-ionone (1.5%), α-humulene (1.2%), geranylacetone (1.6%), γ-muurolene (2.3%), β-ionone (3.2%), Ledene (2.3%), α-muurolene (5.6%), γ-cadinene (8.9%), δ-cadinene (22.5%), α-cadinene (0.9%), α-calacorene (2.3%), caryophyllene oxide (0.5%), copaen-4-α-ol (0.6%),  β-oplopenone (1.7%), viridiflorol (2.2%), ledol (1.3%), 1,10-di-epi-cubenol (0.9%), 1-epi-cubenol (1.6%), epi-α-muurolol (12.9%), α-cadinol (20.4%), and cadalene (0.8%).

Other Ingredients

100% pure Calendula oil.


Natural essence oils are highly concentrated and should be used with care.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. If pregnant or lactating, consult your healthcare practitioner before using.


  • Do not apply undiluted to skin
  • Avoid use during pregnancy, and keep away from children
  • Store in a cool dry place


This mixture has already been diluted and ready for use. Look at the book of essential oils. Essential oils mixed with bearing oils can clog the diffusers; Please thoroughly clean it after each use.


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