In a recent article written by food & nutrition writer, Ximena Araya-Fischel, edible flowers are used in various cultures worldwide. Edible flowers, flowers that are grown in a food-safe, pesticide-free manner, have always been traditionally used for their potential health benefits. Flowers contain vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and can be a nutritious complement to each meal. Time-honored herbal remedies such as chamomile, chicory, fennel, and lavender have been used to relieve indigestion and soothe other gastrointestinal-related issues for decades. Whether you are a seasoned gardener or looking for natural alternatives, edible flowers could be the step in an alternative direction.
Our CamRoMo premium blend consists of chamomile, rose, and moringa. It is soothing and it may offer some perks for your belly, too. Here is how it could possibly help:
Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)
Long-revered for its calming and therapeutic properties, chamomile flowers could be an excellent tool for bolstering digestive health. Some research suggests the plant may help with various gastrointestinal disturbances like flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, anorexia, motion sickness, nausea, and vomiting. To use chamomile's daisy-like flowers, consider steeping CamRoMo in hot water or sprinkle it on top of oatmeal. Satisfying!