camomile tea

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Noun1.camomile tea - tea-like drink made from camomile leaves and flowerscamomile tea - tea-like drink made from camomile leaves and flowers
tisane - infusion of e.g. dried or fresh flowers or leaves
Anthemis nobilis, camomile, Chamaemelum nobilis, chamomile - Eurasian plant with apple-scented foliage and white-rayed flowers and feathery leaves used medicinally; in some classification systems placed in genus Anthemis
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Yer (Camomile) tea's oot Broadcaster Rob Maclean was so shocked to see Camomile tea in the press box yesterday that he tweeted this pic.
This might be reading a book, listening to soothing music, drinking camomile tea, colouring in, yoga or meditation.
Three | cups of camomile tea a day may help improve your blood sugar levels if you're one of the three million Brits with Type 2 diabetes.
After plopping onto a soft, corner sofa, a friendly waitress brought over the treats along with a pot of piping hot camomile tea for me, a pot of green tea for Karen and a strong black coffee for Ryan, just the way he likes it.
I might erect a flag to mark the unofficial border and set up a van selling Yorkshire brews as a welcome to weary Northerners after all that poncey camomile tea.
If you prefer not to use rum, try substituting it with 150ml cold camomile tea.
Bael (wood apple) and rose sherbet, lemonade, mintade, m panna, barley or chana sattoo, jeera-hing lassi, smoothies, kokum water, thandai, litchi juice, jamun juice, cucumber and mint soup and camomile tea are some great summer coolers.
The product range also includes lemon tea, leaf tea, camomile tea, barley, herbal tea and cocoa.
As long as they don't spill their elderberry and camomile tea over me while cheering a goal for the wrong team because they didn't realise the sides change ends at half-time, I'm more than happy to share a stadium with supporters whether they have been going for five decades or five minutes.
It looks as though they've given up the fight against more fashionable alternatives like camomile tea instead of fighting their ground.
A tweet post from 'Melanie' read: "Strainers, not trainers; kettles, not kettling; camomile tea, not criminality #operationcupoftea" I knew I was onto something