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Chamomile Matricaria recutita

The sweetly scented chamomile flower takes its name from the Greek words 'kamai' and 'melon' meaning 'earth apple' referring to its delicate apple-like fragrance.

These precious little flowers have been traditionally used in herbal traditions since the time of the ancient Egyptians.

It takes about 5000 fresh flowers to collect a kilo of chamomile, every one by hand...

Soothing and blissful, this herb is an important part of our most relaxing tea blends; Golden Chamomile, Relax, Night Time, Harmonise.