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Surprising Benefits of Drinking Herbal Tea Made with Chamomile Flowers
Chamomile has many beneficial properties when consumed as a tea. Brewing tea from chamomile flowers infuses the final cup with health-promoting compounds that can control and combat a variety of conditions.
Chamomile to Reduce Tension
Most widely known for its ability to combat insomnia, chamomile is soothing for of anxiety and tension. Its calming properties make it an effective remedy for headaches and migraines. Digestive conditions including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) have been known to respond to the relaxing effects of this herbal infusion.
Boost Immunity Using Tea
Like many herbs, chamomile can be used to help combat bacterial infections. This makes chamomile tea helpful for fighting colds and some forms of the flu. Sipping a cup of hot tea with lemon or honey also provides a soothing way to relax when trying to recover from any of these conditions. Regular consumption of tea made with chamomile may strengthen overall immunity.
Heal Faster with Topical Chamomile
Chamomile appears in many soaps and lotions for good reason. The herb possesses anti-inflammatory properties that heal a variety of skin conditions including burns, scrapes, skin rashes and itching. However, some individuals may be sensitive to the chamomile flower, which can result in an allergic reaction. Those with seasonal allergies should use caution when considering a chamomile remedy.
When brewed strongly, chamomile may help calm an irritated scalp. The herb is also often used as a hair rinse to brighten natural highlights, strengthen hair and treat split ends. Many find that it also brings balance to dry or oily hair.
Brewing Tea with Chamomile Flowers
To brew a soothing, healing cup of chamomile tea, start with tea bags or loose leaves. Bags should be placed in preheated cups. Loose chamomile may be placed in an infuser or directly into a warm teapot. Heat water to boiling in a pan or kettle, then allow it to cool slightly before pouring it over the tea to ensure the best possible flavor. Steep the tea for five to ten minutes before adding optional flavor from honey, lemon or mint.
To discover all the benefits of chamomile, visit the herbal tea collection at Tea Forté. The Chamomile Citron blend is available in bags as well as loose leaves to provide you with the highest quality tea drinking experience possible.