Pure Chamomile Flowers | t-Series
Chamomile is a gentle and relaxing herb with a wonderful aroma. The clear infusion is tinged with a fruity note, offering a sophisticated experience. It is perfect enjoyed in the evening, as a naturally caffeine-free infusion.
Health benefits of Pure Chamomile Flowers
Pure chamomile flower infusion is a delicious tea that has been enjoyed for centuries for its comforting sweet taste and numerous health benefits. Chamomile tea is well-known for its calming properties, which can aid in relaxation and sleep. Due to its calming effect on the mind, it can aid in the relief of anxiety and depression symptoms. Furthermore, it also has anti-inflammatory properties that can help in the reduction of inflammation throughout the body, the strengthening of the immune system, and the promotion of digestive health.
How to make a perfect brew
Bring the water to a boil
Use 220ml of water per tea bag
Steep for 3-5 minutes, and enjoy your tea
Cooking with Pure Chamomile Flowers
Chamomile is a gentle herb that has been enjoyed for centuries. Its daisy-like flowers exude a soothing apple aroma, making it an excellent choice for infusion. But did you know that you can also use chamomile to flavour and enrich many ingredients in your recipes? By infusing chamomile flowers into existing ingredients like butter, oil or milk and then straining them out, you can add a natural, delicate sweetness with floral notes that can elevate your dishes. The possibilities are endless, ranging from cake and pastries to risotto. So go ahead and experiment with chamomile in your cooking, and enjoy its soothing, warm taste in every dish.
Keep the tea stored in the steel box, kept in a cool dark place. It is important when storing it to keep it away from warmth. If storing in the refrigerator/ freezer, pack in small completely airtight packets or jars. Before use, wait for it to reach room temperature to prevent any condensation. Each defrosted packet should be used within a week after opening.
100% Chamomile Flowers. Packed in Sri Lanka from imported ingredients.