Chamomile or camomile tea is not only a refreshing and light drink but also has a lot of health benefits.
It is used mostly for its calming and relaxing effect on the body.
Drink without any sugar or sweeteners, add honey or lemon if you like.
Note: you should use a special mug for herbal teas or cover your mug with a small plate. this way all the essential oils will stay in the tea and not evaporate.
Possible Health Risks
Pregnant women and nursing mothers should avoid drinking chamomile tea as it can cause uterus contractions. Also, people allergic to ragweed should not drink it as it might cause an allergic reaction.
Do not use it in the eye area.
Some people say that it is also helpful when you have an upset tummy, but we do not agree with that as fennel and peppermint tea are better to treat that. It is said to have a positive effect on winds or menstrual cramps. You can also use it as an antibacterial mouth rinse when you suffer from mouth ulcers.
Recommended Package Size: 50 g