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Makes 1 cocktail 6 ounces hot water 1 bag chamomile tea 1-3/4 ounces honeysuckle vodka 1 rock sugar swizzle stick Steep tea bag in hot water in a rocks glass or coffee mug.
Jack Weiss, President/Owner Coco Pazzo Restaurants in Chicago Best meal: Whole chicken and chamomileRestaurant: Roister, 951 W. Fulton Market, www.
Because Wylie Dufresne opened Du’s Donuts, with flavors like pomegranate sesame and grapefruit chamomile, in W’burg.
Creamy sprouted almonds made their debut on the Mission Chinese menu as part of a dish of napa cabbage steamed in chamomile and masala milk.
If your skin is irritated, douse it in a lotion or oil that has aloe in it to soothe and moisturize the bumps, like Johnson's Baby Oil Gel With Aloe & Vitamin E or Parissa Azulene Oil, which has a calming chamomile derivative.
Intended to be rolled directly onto achy areas, the formula combines 17 essential oils, including geranium and chamomile, which are thought to stimulate circulation, and capsaicin (the active compound in the chili pepper) for an analgesic effect.
From Ever Since Contour Serum, $95 This silky anti-aging serum is infused with green tea extract and chamomile, plus a dose of cannabinoid oil, formulated to smooth itty bitty fine lines and tighten saggy, puffy skin.
Put a few drops of essential oil on your pillow or in a diffuser, or drink some herbal tea, like peppermint or chamomile, which is naturally caffeine-free.
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