Chamomile Tea

$7.95

Did you know Chamomile is also called Matricaria recutita? Extremely well known for relaxing and calming effects on the body, this tea is usually a go-to drink for stress and anxiety relief. So great are it's effects, that people will often use Chamomile Tea as a sleeping aid prior to bed!

Placing these fresh yellow puffs of pleasure in a cup of hot water is the perfect pre bedtime past-time for many across the world.

Organically grown in Egypt

Description

Did you know Chamomile is also called Matricaria recutita? Extremely well known for relaxing and calming effects on the body, this tea is usually a go-to drink for stress and anxiety relief. So great are it's effects, that people will often use Chamomile Tea as a sleeping aid prior to bed!

Placing these fresh yellow puffs of pleasure in a cup of hot water is the perfect pre bedtime past-time for many across the world.

Organically grown in Egypt

There are major health benefits with Chamomile Tea and Tea Life also provides you with the following: 

  1. We offer you the best chamomile tea that is of a higher overall grade than most. Our tea is stored within the mass of loose-leaf merchandise until just before delivery to keep it fresh and full of flavour.
  2. Our tea is stored within the mass of loose-leaf merchandise until just before delivery to keep it fresh and full of flavour. 


One of the go-to herbs for relaxation.
  • The perfect tea for unwinding and relaxing
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-Bacterial
Chamomile tea is regarded by many as containing properties that relieve the anxiety and stress that prevent falling asleep.  
  • We supply the Matricaria recutita herb that comes from India and has been scientifically proven to fight ailments such as rheumatic pain, gastrointestinal disorders, ulcers, muscle spasms, and hay fever – to name a few. Chamomile has been shown to increase serotonin, which provides an anti-anxiety response.
  • The herb, also known as German chamomile, was used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years in the ancient Egyptian, Roman, and Greek cultures. Germany’s Commission E approved it as a treatment for burns, wounds, infections, colds, flu, and bronchitis. It is both a helpful and flavoursome addition to your medicine cabinet. 
  • Chamomile tea rarely produces side effects and is generally well tolerated. Pregnant women, patients who use anticoagulant medications, and persons who are allergic to plants in the daisy family should probably steer clear, though. 

Much research has been done on this herb, proving it to be sedative, anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and a muscle relaxant - which does well to uphold Chamomiles reputation as one of the king herbs of relaxation, with this particular herb coming from India.

A combination of all of the above also make Chamomile a recommended choice for aiding sore throats. For a more in depth study on the effects of chamomile, click this link. 

To learn more about the health benefits of Chamomile Tea, please click here

Brewing
  1. Add around 1 1/2 teaspoons to strainer in hot water. This tea is quite light.

  2. Steep for 3-4 minutes with the cup covered. Boiling water is fine.

  3. Milk isn't recommended for Chamomile Tea. Sugar or Honey is optional, with honey being more common.
Cautionary
When consumed in large doses such as over 5 cups a day, can cause headaches and nausea in some people. People with allergies should also avoid. For further reading please see here.
References
Name: Chamomile: A herbal medicine of the past with a bright future
Author: Janmejai K. Srivastava, Eswar Shankar
Date Published: September 27, 2010
Link: https://www.spandidos-publications.com/mmr/3/6/895