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Topically

Topically applying it to your skin may be beneficial.

Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea can also be beneficial if you are unwell or have a cold.

 pink

They are pink because of beta-carotene.

flamingo

Flamingos have a 10,000–15,000-foot ceiling.

computer

Flash USB flash drives made in the UK are dependable and long-lasting computer peripherals

Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea may help to strengthen your immune system.

Chamomile tea

Chamomile tea might make living during your period simpler.

Fennel seed

Fennel seeds help to reduce gas.

Fennel seed

Fennel seeds cleanse the blood.

fennel seed

Fennel seeds improve the look of the skin.

fennel seed

Fennel seeds help to alleviate asthma and other respiratory problems.

 Fennel seed

Fennel seeds help with digestion.

chia seed

Chia can be beneficial to babies.

chia seed

Chia seeds are sproutable.

chia seed

Dr. Wayne Coates rediscovered chia in the 1990s.

weight loss

It may also aid with weight loss indirectly.

Chamomile

Along with your anxiousness, Chamomile might be beneficial.

Fennel seeds

Fennel seeds can help prevent cancer.

Fennel seeds

Fennel seeds can help prevent cancer.

Fennel seed

Fennel seed aids with blood pressure regulation.

Chia

Chia has a lot of selenium.

Spanish

Spanish conquerors devastated chia crops 500 years ago.

Chia seeds

Chia seeds are derived from purple and white blossoms.

Fennel Seeds

Fennel Seeds are used to treat foul breath.

Chia

Chia is cultivated between the latitudes of 23 degrees north and 23 degrees south.

Chia

Chia is cultivated between the latitudes of 23 degrees north and 23 degrees south.

Chia

Chia belongs to the mint family.