Consumed for centuries as a natural remedy for several health conditions, Chamomile flowers have been dried and drunk as tea throughout the ages. The infusion makes for an excellent caffeine-free alternative to black or green tea and for its earthy, sweet taste. Overloaded with work? Have cold? Allergies? Stressed out? Can’t sleep? Brew yourself a warm cup of infusion, experience the delightful floral fragrance and see your troubles disappear while you sip this magical brew of Chamomile infusion. There are many types of chamomile flowers like Roman Chamomile, German Chamomile, Moroccan chamomile, Yellow chamomile, Wild chamomile, Egyptian chamomile. Tea is made with only few.
Repeat after me – Chamomile blended with any form of camellia sinensis leaves will not enhance your sleep! Say that again and remember it while next time you go grocery shopping and reload on your chamomile tea. Why? Lets start from the beginning.
Chamomile tea comes with a history of health benefits. Chamomile tea is made from chamomile flowers. The plant has many varieties in nature, namely Roman Chamomile, German Chamomile, Moroccan chamomile, Yellow chamomile, Wild chamomile, Egyptian chamomile. The most popular, floral and delicious tea is brewed from Egyptian Chamomile.
Chamomile is a delicious, floral, smooth tea that is known to be beneficial throughout history. Chamomile is more of an infusion than tea itself, as it is a caffeine free infusion, made from flowers of chamomile plant. There are many variants of chamomile plants, out of which some are used for cosmetic purpose and some for tea and beverages. Egyptian chamomile tea is one of most flavourful and full of benefits chamomile variety. Famous as a tea that helps you unwind and relax, have even shown calming effects on those with mild anxiety disorder. Egyptian Chamomile tea has light floral, smooth taste with apple like sweetness. Here are some benefits of Egyptian chamomile tea :