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  • noun

Synonyms for camomile

Eurasian plant with apple-scented foliage and white-rayed flowers and feathery leaves used medicinally

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Researchers gave 64 people with diabetes either camomile tea or water to drink three times a day after meals for two months.
Could camomile tea help those suffering from type 2 diabetes to regulate their blood sugar levels?
i might set up a van at the border selling brews as a welcome after all that poncey camomile tea'
The report in The Grocer said that camomile, peppermint and fruit tea might not be enough to satisfy your average builder come tea break, but away from the building sites their tastes are becoming increasingly exotic.
Ryan Camomile, owner of Infogenix, a web development firm says, "The No.
It looks as though they've given up the fight against more fashionable alternatives like camomile tea instead of fighting their ground.
Camomile is a small, standing and fragrant plant which its height is about 30 centimeter and it grows in prairies and sandy grounds.
The garden will provide an outdoor space to stimulate the senses with a new camomile lawn and herb garden.
5 kilometres of cotton netting as well as rape, camomile, mustard, clover, poppies and grass to create the billboard.
Mi fyddai mam yn gwneud yr un fath efo camomile i rinsio gwallt golau fy chwaer.
James Camomile, 18, managed to reach home to alert his family after being set upon in the Clifton area of Nottingham after a night out.
Try adding a few drops of lavender or camomile oil.
The spray contains ingredients such as camomile and witch hazel and moisturisers like aloe vera which leave your skin feeling soft and dewy afterwards.
Aveda's Pure-Fume aromas are developed by Ko-ichi Shiozawa, director of the Botanical Aroma Lab, from the essenrial oils of such plants as camomile, eucalyptus, frankincense and peppermint.