Chamomile Tea: What is it and How its made?

Chamomile is a beautiful white daisy-like flower that blooms on a herb, that which has been used for centuries for culinary and medicinal purposes. It has proven useful in relieving and even treating ailments like cold, fever, inflammation, stress and anxiety, muscle spasms, insomnia, ulcers, gastrointestinal issues, arthritic pain, infections, bloating, and a lot more!

The herb has fine aroma and is used in perfumes. Which brings us to its flavors, and its relevance in the world of beverages. Chamomile proves to be one of the very popular flavors in tea infusions across the world. Two major types are the German Chamomile and the Roman Chamomile, although more of their kind is available across the world.
Harvesting the Chamomile flowers is gentle yet labor intensive ordeal. The full bloom flower heads are plucked, leaving the stem behind. The flower heads are then left to dry in a warm, dark, dry area, or dried in a dehydrator. The flowers then can be used for up until 6 months.

Chamomile flower infusions are mostly blended with black tea or green tea leaves. By themselves, they are caffeine free infusions and prove to be a great treatment for insomnia, anxiety and stress. TE-A-ME Teas bring you pure Chamomile flower infusion that is picked from the finest Egyptian gardens. With every sip, you will experience the flowery magic of this timeless herb.

3 Replies to “Chamomile Tea: What is it and How its made?”

  1. You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this topic to be actually something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me. I am looking forward for your next post, I?l try to get the hang of it!

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