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How to Dry Chamomile for Tea

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Chamomile is considered an excellent herb for making a calming tea. Freshly harvested herbs can be dried indoors in a warm dry place. You can tie the stems together loosely and hang upside down. This is a page about how to dry chamomile for tea.


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June 5, 2010

Does anyone have any tips for drying chamomile for tea?

Hardiness Zone: 5a

By Debi from MI


June 5, 20100 found this helpful
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Once you have the harvest, find a very warm area in your house or garage. Closets make a good choice. Make sure there is no moisture present and keep the chamomile out of sunlight. Any herb will turn moldy if these conditions are present. Dry, dark and hot is what you want. Check on the drying process frequently.
good luck.

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June 9, 20100 found this helpful
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I tie mine up in an old pillow case. Hang it up somewhere for a couple of weeks. I have also heard of drying it in the microwave, but have never tried it.

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