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.
Here are different types of Chamomile Teas
1. Egyptian Chamomile
: Originated in alluvial and nutrient rich Nile River Valley in Egypt, this variety is considered as the highest grade in beverage industry. Pure Egyptian chamomile flowers taste really smooth compared to flowers from other sources. In Ancient Egyptian civilization, Chamomile flowers were used to honor the gods, embalm the dead, and cure the ill. Egyptian Chamomile is the queen of relaxing herbs. It may works a sleep aid; the benefits of chamomile are derived through its antispasmodic properties, might helps to relax muscular and nervous tension. It may helps those with insomnia, anxiety and comes in handy for the restless. The Egyptian Chamomile produces a gorgeous deep-yellow cup and it is caffeine-free! TE-A-ME Chamomile Infusion is made from Egyptian Chamomile.
2. German Chamomile:
: German Chamomile flowers are known to be native to Southern and Eastern Europe. The herb smells slightly like apple, and is popular throughout the world. The name “chamomile” is Greek for “Earth Apple”. German chamomile was used to make beer in West Asia & Eastern Europe. Some applications of German Chamomile are remedies for irritation of the skin, mouth sores and many other conditions. Inhaling steam from German Chamomile infusion may relieve common cold symptoms.
3. Roman Chamomile:
: A perennial herb native to western Europe, distinguished from others by its thick grey green leaves. This type is traditionally used to treat gastrointestinal disorders like nausea, constipation, bloating, vomiting, gas. Like most chamomile flowers, it helps relieve inflammation of skin.
As we compare all the varieties, all being rich in therapeutic properties, it becomes clear that infusion made out of Egyptian Chamomile comes across far more relevant, beneficial, and yet appealing to olfactory senses — which others aren’t. Most chamomiles taste herby and wild, and often not palatable.
Chamomile in TE-A-ME Teas is made from Egyptian Chamomile. The golden yellow beauty of this infusion is as beautiful as its aroma. The first sip will keep you wanting more!