Today, Chamomile tea is popularly used to induce sleep and for relaxation. However, its health benefits were known since ancient times. There is record of ancient Egyptians and Romans using chamomile in their tea, creams, incense and other items. ...
Chamomile has properties that can calm an upset stomach and provide relief in case of any gastrointestinal issue.
Chamomile is a natural sleep aid. How? Well, this tea contains certain flavonoids that helps in inducing sleep. The next time you are having difficulty sleeping, you know what to take. Yes, a sip of chamomile tea!
Chamomile is considered a great anti-inflammatory herb. It helps reduce swelling on wounds and does not have any side effects.
The amino acid glycine has been shown to help reduce muscle spasms and this is present in generous quantities in chamomile tea.
Drinking chamomile tea on a regular basis could improve control of blood glucose levels in people suffering from type 2 diabetes.
Certain skin problems like eczema and acne have their root cause in the liver. Drinking chamomile tea can help relieve these skin problems as it is loaded with antioxidants and mitigating properties.
In addition to its use as a beverage, chamomile, when used as steam, can help shorten the duration of cold or flu. It contains compounds that are effective against cold and flu.
Do you like drinking chamomile tea? This recipe for homemade chamomile tea has hints of sweetness and apple that can only be found in a cup made with fresh flowers. Go ahead and make some at home.