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Are camomile flowers vegan?

Camomile flowers is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is camomile flowers?

Chamomile flowers, also known as Matricaria chamomilla, are a popular ingredient in herbal tea and traditional medicine due to their calming properties. The delicate white flowers have a sweet, apple-like fragrance and a slightly bitter taste. Chamomile is used to ease anxiety, promote relaxation, and improve sleep quality. It also has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, making it useful for treating minor skin irritations. Chamomile can be brewed alone or combined with other herbs to create a soothing tea or added to bathwater for a relaxing soak. This natural remedy has been used for centuries and remains a beloved ingredient for its numerous health benefits.

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