This chamomile is really good. I think this bag is the 3rd one I've purchased from Wild Foods and every one has been top notch. The flowers smell so sweet and taste amazing. I highly recommend this tea.
this stuff relaxes me and I seep great!
I'm trying to figure out what to do with it - so far I've added rose hips, which is nicer - but still not enough. I'm getting some Lemon Balm soon. Maybe a lot of people like plain chamomile, but I'm used to more complexity in my "real" teas and in my herbal teas - all organic and loose leaf of course. But it's exactly what you'd want it to be - if you like pure chamomile.
I am so very happy to say that this chamomile tea looks perfectly dried out and still has that smell that comes with real chamomile leaves. I am excited to try it. Surprisingly it even came with a small sample of powdered of bone broth, a protein substitute.
Love this tea. I bought it for my teething baby. The tea calms him down and he isn’t as fussy from the aches and pains of teething. The product came in good condition it was delivered on time. It smells amazing and tastes great. Love it! Two thumbs up!
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The flowers of the chamomile plant are harvested and used to create a brew that can be incredibly relaxing. This tea is very well known for its calming effects.
Get Comfy With Chamomile
Chamomile is used as an herbal remedy and even an alternative to medicine in many parts of the world. It is known to aid in reducing stress and can lead to better sleep.
It is often also recommended as an herbal treatment for irritable bowel syndrome and stomach pains.
Wild Tea #10 Egyptian Chamomile can be enjoyed hot or cold. With or without sweetener and with or without lemon.
Simply use 1 teaspoon per 8 ounces of water. Steep at 205 degrees for 5 minutes.
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Wild Tea Egyptian Chamomile FAQ's
Herbal teas are caffeine-free. These include all rooibos teas, spearmint, peppermint, hibiscus, lemon balm, and most herbal teas using whole ingredients, like Wild Egyptian Chamomile.
It is Roman chamomile.
We recommend about 3g of tea per 6oz cup of tea. For most teas, 3g equals a heaping teaspoon. There are 28g in one ounce, so there are ~9 cups of tea per ounce if using the leaves only once.
Of course, we recommend 2-4 infusions on average depending on the type of tea.
In this case, multiply 7 X total ounces X number of infusions to get total cups of tea per purchase.
It is naturally grown, dried chamomile, so yes it should be just fine. Very relaxing and calming.
Use a kettle to boil water and a teapot to brew and serve tea.