Collection: map-CHAMOMILE BLOSSOMS*latlong=15.030893, 45.096444


Steeping Chamomile Blossoms into tea has long been employed as a sleeping aid, a stomach-soothing beverage, and cold remedy for well over a millennium. We use the Matricaria recutita variety because it's largely cultivated in the pristine growing regions of Eastern Europe. Chamomile Blossoms naturally produce a variety of volatile oils (proazulenes, bisabolol, farnesine, pinene, anthemal, spiroether) and flavonoids (apigenin, quercetin, patuletin, and luteolin) that carry strong, sedating notes of apple, honey, and quince on the nose and palate.