Organic Chamomile with Apple Tea (16 Bags)
Paired with an additional refreshing taste of crisp apple, Seelect Tea’s Organic Apple Chamomile Tea is perfect for any occasion. Organic Chamomile with Apple Flavor Tea is vegan, gluten-free, and kosher.
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Flavor: Imagine the faint taste of a crisp apple and chamomile poured right into your mug. That’s what you will get when you drink Seelect Tea’s Organic Chamomile with Apple Tea. Pour one cup of fresh boiling water over tea bag, steep 4-6 minutes. The longer it steeps, the stronger the flavor. Lemon or honey may be added. Pour one cup of fresh boiling water over tea bag, steep 4-6 minutes. The longer Seelect Tea’s Organic Chamomile with Apple Tea steeps, the stronger the flavor. Lemon or honey may be added.
Tea Type: For generations, people have relied on chamomile tea to bring comfort. Because of its unique sweet apple fragrance, chamomile tea has always been held as one of the world’s most favorite teas. Chamomile is comprised of small, dried daisy-like flowers which, when steeped, create a mild, crisp tea. If you love Seelect Tea’s Organic Chamomile with Apple Tea, make sure to try our Organic Lemon Chamomile, Organic Peppermint Chamomile, Cranberry Chamomile, and Ginger Chamomile teas as well.
History & Health: Chamomile Tea is a wonderful nerve tonic, sleep aid, appetite stimulant, and digestive aid. Chamomile Tea contributes to the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis, and jaundice.
A member of the daisy family, the name Chamomile comes from the Greek words ‘chamos,’ which means ground and ‘milos,’ which means apple. In Spain, the flower of the chamomile plant is called ‘manzanilla,’ which translates to ‘little apple’ and refers to the plant’s faint scent of apple. The use of chamomile goes back to ancient times. The Egyptians dedicated chamomile to the sun and worshiped chamomile above all other herbs because of its incredibly precious healing capabilities. Evidence within hieroglyphics shows that Egyptian women regularly even used crushed chamomile petals on their skin. In Medieval times, chamomile flowers were used to create a pleasant fragrance in a common area. Additionally, chamomile was used to flavor beer before hops were utilized.
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