With a flavour of soft floral notes and a subtle touch of honey, chamomile can be used both for preparing infusions and in meat dishes and desserts.

APPLICATIONS
Aromatic herb for infusions. Also used in meat dishes and desserts.
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TERAPEUTICAL PROPERTIES
Chamomile has essentially calming and digestive qualities. It soothes muscular, menstrual and neuralgic pains, and, when sweetened with honey creates an infusion that helps fight off flues and colds. Externally, it is used as skin refresher, avoiding redness after sunburns and to sooth pain caused by bruises and stomatitis.

CAUTIONS
Doctor use recommendations should be asked for pregnant women, breastfeeding child and children.

GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Name : Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile (L.) All.)
Part of the plant used: Flowers

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Flavour: Soft floral notes and a subtle touch of honey
Appearance: White and yellow flowers

METHOD OR PREPARATION:
Water temperature – 90 ° C
Quantity – 3g / L
Infusion time: 8 min

Weight0.19 kg