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Calendula Rose Salve

Good Flower Farm

Calendula Rose Salve

$16.00

$22.00

An all-over, all-purpose, all-people salve. A magical tonic to provide moisture to dry spots (think: hands, cuticles, feet, and elbows) and extra love to burns, cuts, bites, and stings, this potent salve owes its powerhouse properties to calendula grown organically on Good Flower Farm's land near Lake Superior in Wisconsin. Slowly infused in organic olive oil for many weeks, this sunshine flower offers up its deeply reparative and deeply healing qualities to support and nurture your body's largest organ. Gentle enough to use on children and pets, this go-everywhere salve will become a mainstay wherever life may lead.

2oz

*Extra virgin olive oil infused with **calendula flowers & *rose flowers, beeswax, vitamin E oil

*organic // **grown on Good Flower Farm's land using organic practices

Gently* push up on tube (being careful not to push too hard or you may release too much product) to access desired amount of salve. Use on hands, elbows, feet, cuticles, cuts, and any areas you want to show some extra love. 

Store upright in a cool, dry place.

*Note: Given the nature of this tube as push-up and the consistency, it is sometimes possible to accidentally push too hard and thus dispense too much product. Rather than attempt to push the salve back into the tube, we recommend popping the tube in the freezer for ~10 minutes (set a timer!) to let the product firm up, and then slowly push it back in with the palm of your hand. 

Founded in 2014 by farmer, educator, herbal creator, and writer Rachel Carpenter, Good Flower Farm is the manifestation of her passion for holistic living and love for the earth. These passions have sent her on a journey to pursue and understand this connection through years of work on organic farms, teaching environment and sustainability education at a high school, and studying herbalism and nutrition.

Rachel started Good Flower Farm out of an apartment in Minneapolis while working full-time. Years later, she found roots on her first farm property just outside her hometown of Nashville, where she tended a farm organically with her husband for five years (from 2017-2022). Losing her mother and giving birth to her first child in 2021 led to much reflection and, ultimately, the decision to relocate and fulfill a long-time dream of living near Lake Superior: where summers are milder, cross-country skiing is abundant, and there is a lovely micro-climate for growing.

Summer of 2022 found her family, and thus Good Flower Farm, relocating to Wisconsin, where she tends a smaller backyard farm that’s beautifully suited to the intensive, small-scale herb-growing needed for Good Flower Farm formulations. Since 2018, Rachel has grown the organic herbs she uses in her creations.  And all the oils, butters, beeswax, and essential oils are sourced as locally, organically, and potently as possible. Sustainability and reciprocity with the land are at the forefront of all of Rachel’s decisions, from organic growing practices, to composting, solar energy, and biodegradable packaging.

The Intention

An all-over, all-purpose, all-people salve. A magical tonic to provide moisture to dry spots (think: hands, cuticles, feet, and elbows) and extra love to burns, cuts, bites, and stings, this potent salve owes its powerhouse properties to calendula grown organically on Good Flower Farm's land near Lake Superior in Wisconsin. Slowly infused in organic olive oil for many weeks, this sunshine flower offers up its deeply reparative and deeply healing qualities to support and nurture your body's largest organ. Gentle enough to use on children and pets, this go-everywhere salve will become a mainstay wherever life may lead.

2oz

The Ingredients

*Extra virgin olive oil infused with **calendula flowers & *rose flowers, beeswax, vitamin E oil

*organic // **grown on Good Flower Farm's land using organic practices

The Ritual

Gently* push up on tube (being careful not to push too hard or you may release too much product) to access desired amount of salve. Use on hands, elbows, feet, cuticles, cuts, and any areas you want to show some extra love. 

Store upright in a cool, dry place.

*Note: Given the nature of this tube as push-up and the consistency, it is sometimes possible to accidentally push too hard and thus dispense too much product. Rather than attempt to push the salve back into the tube, we recommend popping the tube in the freezer for ~10 minutes (set a timer!) to let the product firm up, and then slowly push it back in with the palm of your hand. 

The Good Flower Farm Story

Founded in 2014 by farmer, educator, herbal creator, and writer Rachel Carpenter, Good Flower Farm is the manifestation of her passion for holistic living and love for the earth. These passions have sent her on a journey to pursue and understand this connection through years of work on organic farms, teaching environment and sustainability education at a high school, and studying herbalism and nutrition.

Rachel started Good Flower Farm out of an apartment in Minneapolis while working full-time. Years later, she found roots on her first farm property just outside her hometown of Nashville, where she tended a farm organically with her husband for five years (from 2017-2022). Losing her mother and giving birth to her first child in 2021 led to much reflection and, ultimately, the decision to relocate and fulfill a long-time dream of living near Lake Superior: where summers are milder, cross-country skiing is abundant, and there is a lovely micro-climate for growing.

Summer of 2022 found her family, and thus Good Flower Farm, relocating to Wisconsin, where she tends a smaller backyard farm that’s beautifully suited to the intensive, small-scale herb-growing needed for Good Flower Farm formulations. Since 2018, Rachel has grown the organic herbs she uses in her creations.  And all the oils, butters, beeswax, and essential oils are sourced as locally, organically, and potently as possible. Sustainability and reciprocity with the land are at the forefront of all of Rachel’s decisions, from organic growing practices, to composting, solar energy, and biodegradable packaging.

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