Organic Chamomile Tea Flower

Dried Chamomile flowers are a versatile, ancient and medicinal herb, with numerous antioxidants, contributing many natural healing properties to the body.

A traditional folk remedy, Chamomiles fresh whole flowers, a golden yellow, with aromatics of apples can soothe the body, mind, and spirit. The name, Chamomile is derived from the French and Latin words for “earth apple”.

It has been recorded and recognized for centuries; the Germans used chamomile to resolve digestive issues. Egyptian woman used the crushed flowers on their faces to preserve their youthful glow and longevity.

There are 2 types of plants Roman and German chamomile.

The flowers produce an oil that has been used in many ways, oils extracts and the most popular method to use is in tea. 

Six Benefits of Chamomile Flower Tea

  1. Fights anxiety and depression, is helpful for sleep if drinking a cup of tea before bed.
  2. Improves digestion, good for gas, Gerd, indigestion, nausea, or diarrhea. It is helpful for colic in babies.
  3. Chamomile tea has a natural relaxing effect anytime of the day. It is calming even if stressed or upset.
  4. Strong anti-inflammatory and “herbal aspirin” for pain, swelling, and orally, good for toothaches.
  5. Promotes good skin health by relieving irritations and sties on eyes; it is considered an anti-aging benefit for the skin. Great for baby’s diaper rash.
  6. Promotes a healthy immune system especially helpful during colds and flu, and relief from congestion. You can even gargle with chamomile tea for sore throats. 

Chamomile is safe to drink daily. The only exceptions are if you have an allergic reaction similar to ragweed and not recommended during pregnancy.

Brew a cup of organic chamomile flower tea and relax after a busy and stressful day. It’s so comforting and enjoyable.

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Cindy Burrows, B.S., M.T., Herbalist and is a Nutrition and Wellness Consultant helping individuals with health programs to improve life and happiness. She is a writer, speaker and owner of several businesses.

Written by Cynthia Burrows