Are you tired of staring at the ceiling night after night, wishing for a good night’s sleep? Say goodbye to those sleepless nights and hello to TE-A-ME Egyptian Chamomile. This soothing infusion isn’t just another herbal tea; it’s a natural remedy that can help you sleep like a baby.
What Makes Chamomile Special?
You might be wondering, what’s the big deal about chamomile tea? Here’s why it’s worth considering as your sleep aid:
Egyptian chamomile contains compounds that can interact with brain receptors promoting relaxation and reducing feelings of anxiety. By sipping on a cup before bed, you’re inviting in its gentle sedative effects that can help you doze off.
Modern life can be stressful, and stress often leads to poor sleep. Chamomile tea has properties that can help you de-stress and unwind, setting the stage for a peaceful slumber.
A happy stomach is essential for a good night’s sleep. Chamomile’s anti-inflammatory properties can calm digestive discomfort, ensuring that you’re not kept awake by a grumbling tummy.
Rich in Antioxidants
Chamomile flowers are rich in antioxidants that promote overall well-being. By supporting your body’s health, chamomile indirectly encourages better sleep.
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Embrace the Calmness
These flowers are the secret behind the tea’s relaxing aroma and flavour. They’re like nature’s lullaby, gently coaxing you into a state of calm.
TE-A-ME takes your sleep seriously. The chamomile flowers used in their tea are carefully chosen to preserve their natural goodness. Each cup of TE-A-ME’s Egyptian Chamomile Tea reflects the brand’s commitment to your well-being.
Living in the fast lane of the city can be overwhelming, but that doesn’t mean your nights have to be. TE-A-ME’s Egyptian Chamomile Tea can be your nightly ritual, your way of telling your body that it’s time to unwind and relax. Every sip is like a step closer to tranquility, thanks to the soothing nature of Egyptian chamomile.
TE-A-ME Chamomile Infusion: Your Pathway to a Good Night’s Sleep
Don’t let sleep troubles hold you back any longer. TE-A-ME’s Egyptian Chamomile holds the key to a more peaceful slumber. Its gentle fragrance, mild taste, and the benefits of chamomile all come together to create a sleep-inducing potion.
Start your journey to better sleep today. Let TE-A-ME guide you to nights filled with restful slumber and mornings filled with boundless energy. Make Egyptian chamomile tea an essential part of your sleep routine and experience the difference it can make.
Fruit & Flower Infusions are up all over the market and we are here to set the record straight: they are AWESOME! An amazing twist to the old fashioned green tea, black tea or iced teas, these caffeine free refreshments are off the charts when it comes to flavoured teas, aroma & style!
Herbal and fruit infusions, also known as Tisanes, are crafted using fresh or dried flowers, fruits, leaves, seeds and roots – bringing you to your convenience their almost unlimited variety & are almost always caffeine free.
Fruit & Herbal infusions do not originate from the tea plant (Camellia sinensis) but, like tea, they should be brewed with freshly boiled water – TE-A-ME bringing you best of it in the convenience of tea bags. From fruity, minty, flowery, sweet to spicy, fruit & herbal infusions can offer the full range of flavoured teas to suit every taste, every mood and any occasion.
Infusions and tisanes aka herbal teas includes both classic products made from plant parts obtained from a single variety, for instance peppermint or chamomile flowers as well as blends of different herbs, flowers, spices and fruits. In addition, there is a wide range of blends in which natural flavourings have been added, or which are enriched with vitamins & minerals.
The spiced fruity blends may include apple cinnamon and orange ginger – the classic combinations of sweet & spicy. If a bit of tang is what you enjoy, cranberry apple or strawberry cream is a must try. These delicious infusions by TE-A-ME bring not only a cup full of joy & colour but also a kick of vitamin C that makes it the talk-of-the-town.
How can one speak of herbal infusions and forget the classic, ever-so-loved Chamomile Tea?
Chamomile is a daisy like plant which is often used in herb infusions to help induce sleep & relaxation. Traditionally been used for medicinal purpose, Chamomile is one of the most popular single ingredients in herbal teas or tisanes. So grab a batch & relax into a perfect evening with the calming nature of chamomile.
Down and out due to flu season? Here come herbal teas for the rescue! A beautifully fiery tulsi spice mix and cardamom turmeric infusion by TE-A-ME is sure to evoke memories of homemade kadha but without the hassles of ever so long preparation procedures. Warming, soothing & calming, your nasal tracks are sure to thank you for stacking up on these!
So hop onto the infusion train & add a hint of fruit & spice to your daily cuppa with our Fruit & Flower Infusions and Herbal Infusions. Some in tea bags and some in loose-leaf form – the combination of invigorating tea leaves with natural flavours or the fragrant fruit & flower infusions – they all will swiftly produce a delicious, aromatic yet gentle pick-me-up, just for the tea lover in you!
Consumed for centuries as a natural remedy for sleeplessness, Chamomile flowers have been dried and drunk as tea throughout the ages and spaces. The infusion makes for an excellent caffeine-free alternative and is popular for its earthy, sweet taste.
Among all the different varieties of chamomile, Egyptian Chamomile is the queen of relaxing herbs. It works a sleep aid; the benefits of chamomile are derived through its antispasmodic properties, helping to relax muscular and nervous tension. It helps those with insomnia, anxiety and comes in handy for the restless.
1. What are the variations in chamomile leaves?
Ans: There are two common varieties of chamomile herb-
a. German Chamomile (Chamomilla recutita)
b. Roman or English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile).
Both are special for a different kind of use. While German Chamomile is mostly sold in the form of tea, one may apply Roman or English Chamomile directly to skin or hair. Continue reading “6 Frequently Answered Questions on Chamomile tea”