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camomile in Drink topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcamomilecam‧o‧mile, chamomile /ˈkæməmaɪl/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFDa plant with small white and yellow flowers that are sometimes used to make tea
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camomileShe used to give you silverweed for freckles and camomile for belly-ache.Grapefruit, marjoram, peach and camomile for radiance and freshness.Muscular aches and pains can be eased by eucalyptus, camomile, lavender or marjoram.So Clarins created Eye Contour Gel with plant extracts from camomile, cornflower, marigold, soothing mallow and astringent witch-hazel.And yet, amidst the dirt and grime, grew the occasional camomile, white flowers pressing strongly towards the sun.Another, even better, choice is a herb tea such as peppermint, camomile, fennel or verbena.Limeflower - induces sleep; makes a fragrant conditioning hair rinse - brew as with the camomile rinse.To soothe skin try camomile or thyme.