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Servings: 18 cups of tea (recommended in 1-2 cup servings at a time)

 

Chamomile, oh chamomile, let me count the ways in which I love you. This long-honored medicinal is a staple in my apothecary, for its use with just about every body system that I work with. ​Most well-known for its use as a calming remedy, helping to soothe mild occasional anxiety while simultaneously helping you nod off to dreamland on tense nights, this tender little flower's medicine extends far beyond its use in a nighttime tea. A soothing and anti-inflammatory for the summer months, this tea can also be enjoyed chilled or as a cold infusion. Brewing chamomile as a cold infusion helps to bring out the flowers sweet and moistening properties, perfect for those hot summer days and nights.

 

Interested in making the chamomile bitters from this month's recipe? Check out my recent blog post on bitters to learn more about how to use this loose-leaf flower to make your own. Each tea bag contains 1.25 oz blended tea.

Ingredients: Chamomile flowers

How To Brew (Warm): Take 1 tablespoon of the tea blend and steep in 1 cup just boiled water, covered, for 10-15 minutes. Strain using a fine-mesh strainer and enjoy. How To Brew (Cold): Take 1 tablespoon of the tea blend and steep in 1 cup room temperature water, covered, for 8-19 hours. Strain using a fine-mesh strainer and enjoy.

 

EBH prides itself in using the best-quality herbs we can for our blends; all herbs are organic if possible, and sourced from small local farms or trusted herbal suppliers with integrity and ethics.

 

Photo by Gina Marie Casey @gmc_photographer

Chamomile Loose Leaf Tea

$15.00Price
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