While in the ancient land of Giza, Egypt I gazed upon the Great Pyramid of Khufu, built circa 2560 BC. Even then, the earliest Egyptians had unlocked the secrets that confound some of today's most prominent scientists. Hours after my visit to this Ancient Wonder of the World, I prepared a cup of hot Egyptian Chamomile tea. An herb as ancient as the pyramids, the Egyptians used chamomile both medicinally and religiously. as I breathed in the sweet aroma of my tea, I marveled at the ingenuity of the Egyptians and smiled at the one delicious secret they couldn't keep. – C. Bromley
Bromley's Egyptian Chamomile contains the finest chamomile in the world is grown in Egypt. This special herb is sweet tasting with a delicate aroma that reminds some of fresh green apples. It is caffeine free and easy on the stomach.
Bromley's Egyptian Chamomile is sold 6 boxes to a case. Each box contains 24 tea bags. $17.95 per case.
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