Relax: Chamomile (1oz / 28.4g)
Story of this tea
Chamomile has been used for centuries around the world to help ease stomach ailments, skin issues, and treat insomnia. e tea is actually dried flowers, much like daisies, and the tea infusions and oils are common in aromatherapy and spa settings.
How does it taste?
e word Chamomile actually derives from the Greek, meaning “ground apple”, and that is most certainly because the tea carries notes of fresh and baked apples. e brewed tea also has an aroma of mint, and a soothing and refreshing taste that relaxes the body and is fantastic with honey and lemon.
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