Chamomile tea comes from the daisy-like flowers of the plant familyAsteraceae, which also includes flowers such as sunflowers and marigold. The tea has been brewed in many cultures for an array of ailments. Ancient Egyptians used it to ward off fevers. Romans used chamomile to flavor beverages and to cure an array of ailments. Naturally caffeine-free, add honey or lemon for a calming twist.
Size: 4 oz. (1/4 lb) bag
Origin: Shangdong, China Brew Color: Yellow emerald Benefits: May aid in relieving stress, anxiety, upset stomachs, indigestion, and insomnia Flavor Profile: Boldly forward sweet note followed by a honey-peach aftertaste Caffeine Content:
How to Brew
Start with filtered water for the best brew.
Use 1 teaspoon of tea for every 8 oz. of hot water. Adjust amount to your preferences.
The ideal water temperature is just under boiling point, between 200-212°F.