Bright and cheery yellow chamomile flowers with their naturally sweet honey-like floral aroma are an herbal infusion classic. Your cup of relaxation awaits!
Chamomile is the common name for several daisy-like plants that are in the Asteraceae family that are grown for the making of herbal tea. Not all daisies are used for chamomile tea, usually the ones grown in your backyard are not suitable for drinking, they are a garden variety and may not be safe for consumption. Chamomile has been prepared as a tea since ancient times for their calming and anti-inflammatory properties, and numerous additional health benefits, coined as “the cure for all ailments”.
Although we absolutely love pure organic chamomile on its own, a touch of honey only adds to the wonderfully soothing comfort.
Health Benefits of Drinking Chamomile TeaA tried and true calming classic; chamomile tea is widely known to help promote good sleep, it is a mild and relaxing sleep aid. Lesser known properties are that it is great for digestion, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, an aid in treating IBS, gastritis and ulcerative colitis, it helps relieve allergy symptoms. Chamomile is a mild sedative, therefore making its infusion excellent for battling anxious thoughts, mild depression and insomnia. Wonderful drank as a tonic for women’s health- aiding with those pesky unwanted PMS symptoms of cramps, digestive issues, bloat, emotional unbalance and stress.