Chamomile (Matricaria chamomile) is an herb that is native to southern and eastern Europe. The herb smells like apple, and is popular throughout the world. The name “Chamomile” is Greek for “Earth apple”.
Health benefits of Chamomile tea:
Treats Intestinal Gas
To get rid of Stuffy Nose
During Hay Fever
Useful to treat Diarrhea and Indigestion
Helps people with Attention Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Helps to treat Fibromyalgia
Support to reduce Anxiety, Restlessness, Insomnia, Intestinal Spasms, Stomach Ulcer, and Colic
Helps to soothe during Menstrual Cramps
Expiry date: 2 years from manufacturing date Store it in an airtight container in a cool and dry place.
Boil water. Different types of tea require different water temperature to brew.
Warm up teapot.
Put tea into teapot and add hot water.
Cover teapot and steep tea.
Strain tea solids and pour hot tea into tea cups.
Enjoy it with added honey or stevia leaves to add sweet taste.
Additional benefit: Use the strained tea solids as a face pack by making a paste out of the residue.
Do not consume in large amount i.e. more than three cups a day.
Do not consume if you are allergic to Pollens
Chamomile has no known severe, serious, moderate, or mild interaction with other drugs, but do inform your doctor or pharmacist about your drug list.
Hypersensitivity reaction (Do not take if you are allergic to Asteraceae/Compositae plants such as daisy, marigold, and ragweed)
Vomiting (when taken in large amount)
Avoid use of chamomile during pregnancy/lactation
If you experience any discomfort, please contact your physician as soon as possible.