Dating back to ancient Egypt, chamomile has been used by various cultures for cold remedies, incense, and beverages. Chamomile is made up of flowers that come from the daisy family known as Asteraceae. Chamomile was first discovered growing in the Roman Coliseum in the 19th century. To make the tea our petals can be simply dropped right into hot water. Traditionally the tea was first used to treat anything from bruises, open wounds, burns and canker sores, to ulcers, gout, hemorrhoids, as well as other pains and ailments. Also, chamomile tea has a lot of medicinal and practical health benefits, including having anti-inflammatory as well as antioxidant properties, Has cancer preventing effects, improved heart health, skin health, and preventing irritable bowel syndrome. Chamomile flowers and stems have been added to most non herbal teas due to health benefits such as lowering risks of chronic diseases. The tea has a strong aroma with a fruity taste and can be used for its powerful health benefits daily.
- Improves Sleep
- Effective in preventing many types of cancer
- Lowers blood sugar levels and cholesterol
- Improves heart health and reduces heart disease risks
- Reduces stress and anxiety
- Relieves menstrual cramps and pain relief
- Boosts immune functioning
- Promotes healthier hair and skin
- Aids with Digestion
- Ideal for Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) can bring relief from the cramping and pain.
- Help relieve excessive gas and bloating.
- Sedative effects due to the flavonoid, apigenin that binds to benzodiazepine receptors in the brain.
- Prevention of bacteria that causes acne
- Migraines As soon as you feel a headache coming on drink a cup of chamomile tea. The key is to drink the tea before the headache gets too bad.