Chamomile Tea – Whole Flowers, Old Time Curative, w/historic image & Exclusive Tea Guide

$14.47

Chamomile was a panacea to the Ancient Egyptians and Romans, used as a remedy for nearly everything. Before hops gained popularity, chamomile was even used to brew beer! One of the Nine Herbs mentioned in the Anglo-Saxon Lacnunga. Chamomile has long been used as a calming tea, gastrointestinal cure, remedy for insomnia, anxiety, and more. The flowering herb was brought to the Americas by European settlers and cherished by colonists as a curative botanical. Chamomile was also enjoyed for flavor in colonial-era Liberty Teas. These botanical replacements for boycotted black tea consisted of home-grown fruits, flowers, and herbs.

 

To make chamomile tea, just put one or two teaspoons in a cup, add boiling water, leave for about five minutes, and drink. If you want to add flourish to your tea, add fruit, milk, mint, vanilla, honey, or sugar or blend the chamomile with other botanical teas.  Next, sit back, relax, and enjoy!

Description

Chamomile is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind.” So says the National Institute of Health. Throughout history, the delicate, yellow-flowered plant has been used to treat a variety of ailments, such as hay fever, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders and hemorrhoids. In Medieval Europe, Chamomile was also used as a flavoring for beer! So valuable was chamomile, the Colonists packed quantities on ships heading for North America. Today, chamomile is the most popular of all herbal teas: tea lovers drink more than one million cups a day. To make chamomile tea, just put chamomile – one or two teaspoons, depending on taste- in a cup, add boiling water, leave for about five minutes, and drink. If you want to add flourish to your tea add fruit, honey, mint, vanilla, milk, or sugar or blend the chamomile with other botanical teas.  Next, sit back, relax, and enjoy.

Additional information

Weight5 oz
Dimensions6 × 3 × 3 in

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