Whole petals with trace leaf matter, no stems or other flower parts included.
Food-safe. Body-safe. Suitable for use in tinctures or teas, or in carrier oil.
- Soothe trauma victims
- Calm angry energy and bring compassion
- Reduce negative energy
- Burn as incense for luck in court cases
- Sprinkle on bed or under it to induce lucky number and prophetic dreams
Traditional Herbal Uses:
- Topically in oil or cream on wounds, swollen or irritated skin (including the nethers) or for general skin care use to improve hydration and firmness.
- As tea or tincture taken orally - improve oral health, anti-spasmodic (relief for menstrual cramps, abdominal cramps, constipation), anti-inflammatory (relief for internal wounds and irritation including sore throat, mouth ulcers, stomach ulcers), fights free radicals in the body, cleans toxins from the gut.
- Steeped in distilled water and filtered as eye wash to combat conjunctivitis and other eye irritations.
- Pacifies pitta and kapha doshas
- Enhances vata energy
TCM Name: Jin Zhan Ju
- Planet - The Sun
- Gods - Xochiquetzal, Babalu-aye, Oshun, Amaterasu, Ra, Zeus, Apollo
- Constitution - Neutral; warm
- Element - Fire
- Seasons & Holidays: Midsummer, Samhain, Day of the Dead