Cover yourself up well, and if you feel chilly I will make you a cup of camomile tea.
He was carrying, insecurely, a jug of poppy-head and camomile, which had been prescribed as a lotion.
Where it lay fallow it was entirely hidden by a bed of grass and camomile.
Give it brimstone and treacle and a cupful of wormwood and camomile.
For indeed, sir, a repressed fame mounts like camomile—the more trod down, the more it grows.
camomile tea is generally supposed to be good for the nerves.
A bitter infusion, such as wormwood or camomile, requires less of the herb.
What you need is a good dose of camomile tea to tone you up.
A bountiful supply of camomile tea will generally prove sufficient.
She went into the drawing-room and sat down by the fire, and very soon Murgatroyd brought in the camomile tea.