Egyptian Camomile Flowers

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From the perfect growing conditions of sandy loam and nutrients of the Nile we bring you the highest quality Egyptian Camomile Flowers. Renowned for its many health benefits, Camomile makes a great tea on its own but lends itself well to blends such as honey, lime and lemon to name but a few and is a great flower to use in blends.

If you'd like to learn more about blending ingredients visit: Quick Guide To Tea Blending Ingredients For Your Tea Blends


Luxury Egyptian Camomile Flowers
Nile River Delta, Egypt. Grown: Below 500ft above sea level.
1st Grade, field grown, sundried
Very pleasant and fruity
Light and yellowish
Fruity with a light floral flavour
Light Bodied

Egyptian Camomile Tea: Your FAQ Guide

Discover everything you need to know about Egyptian Camomile Tea with our FAQ guide. We've gathered the most frequently asked questions your customers might ask!

What is Camomile (Chamomile) tea?

Camomile (Chamomile) tea is a popular herbal tea made from the dried flowers of the Matricaria chamomilla or Chamaemelum nobile plants. This caffeine-free beverage has a mild, sweet flavour and is known for its calming, soothing effects.

How is Camomile (Chamomile) tea produced?

How is Camomile (Chamomile) tea produced?

Camomile (Chamomile) tea is produced by harvesting the flower heads of the camomile plant and drying them in a well-ventilated, shaded area. Once the flowers are dry, they are either used whole or ground into a fine powder to be used in tea bags or loose-leaf tea blends.

What are the health benefits of Camomile (Chamomile) tea?

Camomile (Chamomile) tea is known for its various health benefits, including:

  • Promoting relaxation and sleep
  • Reducing inflammation
  • Aiding digestion
  • Relieving menstrual pain
  • Alleviating symptoms of the common cold

It is important to note that more research is needed to confirm these benefits, and individual results may vary.

Can I add sweeteners or flavours to my Camomile (Chamomile) tea?

You can add sweeteners like honey, sugar, or stevia to your Camomile (Chamomile) tea and other flavours like lemon, mint, or ginger. Experiment with different combinations to find your preferred taste.

Can I drink Camomile (Chamomile) tea while pregnant or breastfeeding?

While Camomile (Chamomile) tea is generally considered safe, it is best to consult your healthcare professional before consuming it during pregnancy or breastfeeding, as some sources suggest it may have mild uterine-stimulating effects.

Can I give Camomile (Chamomile) tea to my children?

Camomile (Chamomile) tea is generally considered safe for children, but it is important to consult your paediatrician before giving it to your child, especially if they are under the age of 5 or have a history of allergies to plants in the daisy family.

Are there any side effects or interactions with Camomile (Chamomile) tea?

Camomile (Chamomile) tea is generally well-tolerated, but some may experience allergic reactions or gastrointestinal discomfort. If you are allergic to plants in the daisy family or taking blood-thinning medications, consult your healthcare professional before consuming Camomile (Chamomile) tea.