Morlife Chamomile Mellow fortified herbal tea 25bags

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Morlife Chamomile Mellow fortified herbal tea 25bags

Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) is one of the world’s most widely used herbs with a strong influence in Europe’s history. It has long been used for its carminative, sedative, anthelmintic and antispasmodic effects.

The dried flower heads have long been used to prepare a gently soothing tea with its own pleasing, sweet apple-like aroma and delicate flavour. It is also well established for its mild relaxing properties especially as a tonic upon the gastrointestinal canal as it stimulates the digestive process.

Chamomile contains several flavonoids including Apigenin.

Morlife’s Chamomile Mellow Tea is fortified with extract to enhance its beneficial properties. Its soothing, relaxing qualities and pleasant flavour make it an excellent drink for those who are feeling a little stressed . Enjoy this relaxing tea at the end of the day as an excellent nightcap.

Suggested Use: Infuse 1-2 teabags in very hot water (not boiling) for 2-10 minutes. Use up to three times daily between meals. Best consume without milk. Add honey to sweeten if desired.

Ingredients: Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) flower fortified with specially prepared & extracted flower.

Note: Those who are allergic to chamomile (or plants of Asteraceaea family) should avoid taking this product.


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