- Grown in the wild, without pesticides
- Sun dried flower heads
- Fragrant and delicious
Packed in a brown burlap bag tied with cord, decorated with <evil eye> charm
|Items||Shelf-Life||Seasonality||Gross WT (g)||Pieces||Gross WT (Kg)||Cartons per pallet|
|Chamomile tea 45g||48 months||Year round||79||30||2,87||-|
Each spring the finest chamomile flowers are handpicked in the wild, left to dry naturally under the warm sun and carefully packed to preserve all their goodness and delightful apple-like fragrance. In Messinia, chamomile is valued as a traditional herbal medicine and widely used to make a caffeine-free tisane that is delicious with a few drops of freshly squeezed lemon and a little honey.
Preparation: Boil water in a small pot, turn off heat, infuse one or two teaspoons of chamomile blossoms let stand for 5 minutes and strain. Add honey and/or lemon to taste.
Elegant flower heads
The name chamomile derives from two Greek words which literally mean ‘low-growing apple’. In antiquity, Hippocrates widely regarded as the ‘Father of Medicine’, is believed to have advocated chamomile as an herbal remedy for a number of ailments.