camomile tea

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tea-like drink made from camomile leaves and flowers

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Fourteen percent of the people in the study drank chamomile tea.
To make the iced chamomile tea, make the tea as you normally would, then leave it to infuse for 5 minutes at least.
2BEFORE 2BEFORE A FIRST DATE: DA Drink chamomile tea.
When the day is winding down, she enjoys a good book with a hot cup of chamomile tea under a warm blanket.
Some food items that help fight depression include papaya, berries, garlic, asparagus, avocado, oatmeal, cashews, peaches, guava, mangoes, chamomile tea, chocolate, green tea, oranges, oysters, apple and walnut.
Chamomile Tea acts as a relaxant and helps in promoting sleep.
Parsley, celery and chamomile tea are the most common sources of apigenin, but it is found in many fruits and vegetables.
I just steeped dried figs in chamomile tea and used them in a salad with gritted chicken, raw kale, oranges, olive oil, and sea salt.
Even though you try to tell yourself you are glad you are tucked up warm in bed with a book and your chamomile tea, not out in the cold or queuing for a drink in a rowdy bar, you can't help feeling you're missing out.
She suggests that holidaymakers pack themselves some Chamomile tea bags, which serve a number of purposes.
Chamomile tea is one of the most common forms of herbal tea recommended for people who are feeling under pressure.
While there was no clinical evidence for a calming effect from chamomile tea, investigators found test-tube evidence of moderate antimicrobial activity and significant antiplatelet-clumping activity.
SOMETIMES a piece of news can hit you with such force that it obliges you to sit down, drink a cup of chamomile tea and reflect on what Sir Anthony Hopkins described the other evening as "the strange, strange journey of life".
Watering with cold chamomile tea is said to revive sulking specimens.
They described test-tube evidence that chamomile tea had moderate antioxidant and antimicrobial activities and significant antiplatelet-clumping activity.