The name chamomile or «Chamomilla» comes from the Greek words «chama» - land and «mellon» - apple. It was named "Ground apple" by the Roman writer Pliny the Elder, author of "Natural History", because of the smell, reminiscent of the aroma of fresh apples. Other Latin name «Matricaria» («uterine grass"), comes from the Latin «matrix» ( «the queen"), which is explained by the traditional use of plants for the treatment of gynecological diseases.
Chamomile tea is a very effective help to deal with the problems of the gastrointestinal tract, inflammation, stress and colds. Widely used in the treatment of various diseaCorrugated package 20g
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100% chamomile flowers (wild).
Pour 2 tsp into 1 cup (250 ml) of boiling water, hold 3-10 minutes under the lid.
Water temperature ≈ 100 °C