Classic Chamomile Tea has been a staple in health and wellness for centuries. The time-tested herbal healing and calming properties of Chamomile Tea are among the best known to humankind and support a variety of natural remedies for sustained health, beauty and longevity.
What is Chamomile Tea
Chamomile Tea is one of the oldest and most popular herbal teas around the world, and for good reason. It is full of flavonoids and terpenoids with medicinal effects. Its main nutritive ingredient is the essential oil bisabolol, which serves as a powerful antimicrobial. Chamomile is from the daisy family and has a slight apple taste. It dates back to ancient Greece and Rome and was hailed, even then, for its amazing health benefits.
Benefits of Chamomile Tea
Chamomile Tea has incredible calming and healing properties. It is most often used to induce sleep and ease digestion. People suffering from insomnia also find more peaceful sleep after drinking warm Chamomile Tea, which soothes the nervous system for full body relaxation and restfulness. Chamomile Tea has similar results for migraine headaches by relieving tension before pressure and pain worsen.
Likewise, the oils found in Chamomile Tea calm the digestive tract, reducing cramps, indigestion, soreness and other conditions that cause imbalance in the gut.
Chamomile Tea helps the body fight off common colds and illnesses by strengthening cells with antioxidants that protect against oxidative stress. Its antibacterial capacity supports the immune system by further defending the body against foreign substances that can cause sickness and disease.
Cosmetically, Chamomile Tea supports radiant, healthy skin as an antiseptic that helps kill bacteria and other germs that threaten the beauty of skin. Chamomile Tea works to clear up acne, moisturize skin and create a more even skin tone. It can lighten and brighten skin, especially dark circles that form beneath the eyes and skin aging spots. Chamomile Tea reduces skin irritation and swelling and also supports less dandruff on the scalp.
How to Take Chamomile Tea
Zokiva’s Chamomile Tea has a subtle, pleasant flavor. Most people enjoy it warm. It can be served straight up or with honey, lemon, milk or sweeteners. Those who are allergic to ragweed pollen or have any other pollen-based allergies may not be able to tolerate Chamomile Tea.
Chamomile Tea Health Benefits
Ingredients: Matricaria recutita
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, consult with a doctor before use. If you are on any medications, check with your doctor or pharmacist before taking any supplement.
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