Jess’ Homemade Chamomile Tea Recipe

by Olga Alexandru

Growing up in Cornwall I was surrounded by nature, so when I moved to Bristol I needed a space where I couldn’t hear the noise of the city. A space where I can get away, but also I can learn and use my creativity – Jess Couceiro, Designer

Chamomile watercolour by Jess Couceiro

Homemade Chamomile Tea Recipe

Collect fresh chamomile flowers, preferably in the morning before the dew has washed off.

Discard any rotten or damaged buds

Preheat oven to 160 degrees.

Soak the chamomile flowers in a bowl of water for half an hour.

Once the oven is warmed place the flowers on a tray and put in the oven to dry.

The flowers buy lamisil cream should dry out but not burn. If the flowers are blackening then turn the oven down or off until cool. If the flowers still aren’t dry after the oven is cool, turn back on and repeat the process until all of the flowers are completely dried.

Store the dried flowers in an air-tight jar, they will last for up to 6 months.

When ready to use place in a tea strainer and steep in boiling water for between 2-5 mins.

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