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Chamomile Flowers' tea is one of the most effective herbal teas available to relax the body and induce sleep.
It's made from chamomile, a plant that's commonly used to promote sleep due to its sedative effects. Chamomile also contains an antioxidant known as apigenin, which can induce muscle relaxation and sleep.
Chamomile flowers tea is a herbal infusion made from dried flowers and hot water. Two types of chamomile used are German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) and Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile). They are both available with us.
You should drink one cup of chamomile tea about 45 minutes before bed if you're hoping to induce sleepiness. That will give your body enough time to metabolize the tea, and kick in the sleepy feelings.
The active ingredients in chamomile are chamazulene, apigenin, and bisabolol. Lavender and chamomile tea work well together to create a unique blend. Chamomile contains terpenoids, flavonoids, and lactones, including matricin and apigenin.
Chamomile may have sedative effects because apigenin binds to benzodiazepine receptors and potentiates the activity at GABA A receptors (Viola et al., 1995).
The chamomile tea adds a full-bodied taste and a very distinct herbal flavor to the vegetal and nutty green taste. Mixing these two tea types also combines the health benefits of the herbal tea, with those of the green tea.
Benefits of Chamomile Flowers Tea
- Helps to relax and works as a tranquiliser
- Prevents insomnia
- Aids digestion
- Treats colds
- Eliminates dandruff
- Treats osteoporosis
- Treats PMS and period pain
- Lightens hair and skin
- Can treat minor skin issues.
The leaves and flowers are both edible but they differ in taste (the flowers have a slight apple taste). Both can be tossed into a salad or a mug to make a fresh herbal tea
How to Make Chamomile Flowers Tea.
- Takea teaspoon of dried chamomile flowers per cup.
- Place the chamomile blossoms in a tea infuser,
- pour boiling water over the chamomile flowers, and then steep for 5 minutes.
Hot or cold — it's your choice. But if you prefer the cold version, brew the tea in hot water first and then let it cool down. This caffeine-free herbal infusion is delicious and healthier when served with honey or lemon. When it is hot outside, you can add ice cubes after steeping, for a fresh flavored iced tea.
What are the side effects of chamomile tea?
Common side effects of chamomile Flowers include:
- Severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis)
- Contact dermatitis/skin reactions.
- Eye irritation (when applied near the eyes)
- Hypersensitivity reactions.
- Vomiting (when taken in large amounts)
Disclaimer *As with all Ayurvedic products we recommend you consult your health care specialist and pregnant women should strictly avoid this product.
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