The name, chamomile, or "ground apple," was inspired by its scent and has been around for centuries. It has been used medicinally for tummy aches, anxiety, and at bedtime to aid in falling asleep. Recent reports seem to suggest that Chamomile tea can also help manage blood sugar, which is good news for diabetics.
Chamomile tea can grow just about anywhere and is well known as a companion plant because it stimulates the growth of other plants, like onions and cabbages, especially if they are ailing.
Chamomile tea is grown all over the world, but especially in Western Europe, Egypt and India. For remedies, German chamomile tea is most popular, but that is probably because more research has been done on this variety. Though our chamomile tea is grown in Egypt, it is the German variety.
We have chamomile tea and a chamomile inspired Vitalize, an ayurvedic blend of pharmaceutical grade herbs and spices. It helps you find your pep.