I really love my green teapot. I use it for food styling like here for example to show off my gluten free grissinis or when we are filming for @fyieverybodycooks as the vase for the beautiful flowers in the shot 🌸
these grisinnis were a part of a grazing table that I was a part of for the recent Sample your Wellness event at @feldandco, hosted by the gorgeous ladies @alice__edwards and @bareandwilde.
Did you know.... Tea is the most widely drunk beverage in the world. Over one & a half billion cups of tea are consumed every day. The “tea drinker… with tea amuses the evening, with tea solaces the midnight, & with tea welcomes the morning.” ~ Samuel Johnson
Better make tonight’s blend a good one then huh.. High grown black tea from @taprobane_tea is a winner tonight - Cultivated in the cool misty mountains of Sri Lanka at dizzying elevations over 3000m, this hand picked, aromatic, pure Ceylon Black Tea will truly take your breath away, just as it has mine tonight 🍃🖤
Chamomile tea is a popular beverage that also offers a variety of health benefits.
Chamomile is an herb that comes from the daisy-like flowers of the Asteraceae plant family. It has been consumed for centuries as a natural remedy for several health conditions.
To make chamomile tea, the flowers are dried and then infused into hot water.
Many people enjoy chamomile tea as a caffeine-free alternative to black or green tea and for its earthy, somewhat sweet taste.
Furthermore, chamomile tea is loaded with antioxidants that may play a role in lowering your risk of several diseases, including heart disease and cancer.
Chamomile has properties that may aid sleep and digestion, as well.
Why do people take chamomile?
Chamomile is considered a safe plant and has been used in many cultures for stomach ailments and as a mild sedative.
One product with chamomile and other herbal medicines has been shown to ease upset stomach, heartburn, nausea, and vomiting. Another mixture with chamomile seems to help colickybabies.
A mouth rinse with chamomile might relieve mouth sores caused by cancer treatments. Some research suggests that chamomile could help with other conditions, like diarrhea in children, hemorrhoids, anxiety, and insomnia. When used on the skin, chamomile might help with skin irritation and wound healing. Some research has documented that it may be as effective as hydrocortisone cream for eczema.
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