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The custom Dewberry bath products are inspired by the native southern dewberry plant, which has notes of chamomile and warm woodsy spices.
Why not pour 6 to 8 oz of hot water over a teaspoon of chamomile or hops?
The Wisconsin property now grows not just chamomile and lavender for spa treatments, but also 11,500 pounds of food a year, supplying its chefs with 20 types of heirloom tomatoes among other things.
There are many special touches, like a refreshing welcome drink of iced chamomile tea with lime (and an option spiked with St. Germain), and spacious, serene rooms, suites, and cottages.
Vases of flowers on the walls detail each bouquet’s meaning: Dahlias for love, chamomile for healing, and Queen Anne’s lace for comfort.
Desserts, including the chamomile ice cream paired with a cherry compote, puffed amaranth bits and a smoked Medjool date filled with puréed walnut miso, were made with just as much panache.
In this case — and for the other arrangements — thicker stems like mountain laurel and dill flower go first to help create the initial structure for the arrangement, which can then be filled in with the thinner stems like dill, chamomile or sage.
The musician and producer is working his way through a frittata (yogurt on the side), an order of bok choy, and a chamomile tea on a Monday afternoon in Williamsburg.
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Origin and Etymology of chamomile
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
CHAMOMILE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chamomile for English Language Learners
: a plant that has a strong smell and small white and yellow flowers that are often used in making tea and medicine
medical Definition of chamomile
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