Reviewed By: Jennifer
Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Location: Carpinteria, CA
Comments: It's really hard toout of the container, wondering why you wouldn't put it in a container that's easier tothe product out of.
FNWL Response: Hi Jennifer, thank you for your honest feedback. Many people first gently warm the bottle before working with it. A challenge with the consistency of the Calendula Total is that it is a bit thick for bottles, but it can sometimes leak when packaged in jars with standard screw-top lids. We are always looking for ways that we can improve. Based on your comments, we are taking a fresh look at the optimal way to package our Calendula Total. Thanks again for your comments, Jennifer.
Reviewed By: Maria
Posted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Comments: It was hard as a rock.
FNWL Response: Maria, as the product description states, Calendula Total CO2 is solid at room temperature. Gently warm it to work with it. A simple way to warm the Calendula CO2 is to place it in a shallow bowl of warm water until it liquifies.
Reviewed By: Ann
Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2012
Location: Steep Falls, ME
Comments: hard to work with. I thought is was going to be liquid
Reviewed By: Mike
Posted: Thursday, October 7, 2010
Location: Wenatchee, WA
Comments: Excellent material which I would definitely purchase again. Thanks!
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