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Hungarian Camomile Infusion - 20 Tea Bags

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Manufacturer: Pinisan

Presentation: 20 tea bags (filter 1.5 g)

Preparation: Soak the bag in a cup (200 ml) with hot water for 5 minutes. Sweeten to taste.

Directions: Take 2-3 infusions per day.

Availability: In stock

€2.55

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Common name: Hungarian camomile

Botanical name: Matricaria chamomilla L.

Description: type herbaceous plant very fragrant flowers especially. It grows in pastures and abandoned fields. Chamomile originates in Europe, Asia and North Africa. is grown throughout the world today, with medicinal properties. Curiosities: Chamomilla Its botanical name means apple earth or dwarf apple, which is commonly known as chamomile. whence the popular name chamomile.

Composition: Sweet Chamomile flower heads 100% (Matricaria chamomilla L.)

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