These cheerful, yellow, daisy-like flowers are dried and made into a herbal infusion traditionally enjoyed since ancient Roman times as a soothing, relaxing tea. Derived from the Greek χαμαίμηλον (khamaimēlon) meaning “earth apple,” this popular herbal tea’s fragrance and flavor hints of crips apples and floral sweetness. Adding a little honey transforms the tea into a truly delicious treat. Aside from being a home remedy for insomnia, chamomile boasts of anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic effects.
Country of Origin: Egypt
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