Metaphysical Properties Of Calendula Flower (Marigold)
Official Name: Calendula officinalis
Other Names: Bride of the Sun, Calendula, Drunkard, Goldes, Holiglde, Husbandsman's Dial, Marybud, Marygold, Mary Gowles, Ruddes, Ruddles, Spousa Solis, Summer's Bride
Metaphysical Powers: Protection, Prophetic Dreams, Legal Matters, Psychic Powers
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore Calendula Flower (Marigold)
Marigolds, picked at noon with the Sun, will strengthen and comfort the heart at its hottest and strongest.
Garlands of marigolds strung on the doorposts stop evil from entering the house.
When scattered under the bed, they will protect you while you sleep and make your dreams come true (prophetic dreams).
Marigolds are especially effective in dreaming about someone who is a thief.
Add Marigolds to your bathwater, and it will help win the respect and admiration of everyone you meet.
Looking at the bright flowers strengthens sight.
When Marigolds are carried in your pocket, it helps justice to smile favorably on you in court.
If a girl touches the petals of the Marigold with her bare feet, she will understand the languages of the birds.
Calendula is a kind of marigold. There are two genera of Marigold — taget and calendula. Taget marigolds, also known as French marigolds, are the marigolds many people plant in their flower gardens or kids plant in school. Of the two kinds of marigolds, the calendula is used internally (and externally) for its health benefits.
It is said that if Calendula Flower (Marigold) is burned with herbs for dream recall after a thief stole from a person, that person will have dreams about the thief and their identity. Calendula Flower (Marigold) being added to a ritual bath for affection is said to attract the respect and admiration of others.
If having to go to court it is said to carry Calendula Flower (Marigold) for recieving justice and favor in court.