Each jar contains 50g of loose leaf tea which makes approximately 50 cups (can be steeped 2-3x)
- Relaxes frazzled nerves
- Enhances sleep quality
- Reduces inflammation
- Boosts bone density
- Soothes menstrual pain
- Lowers blood sugar
Among all types of tea, chamomile tea is perhaps the most famous as a medicinal tea. Experts say it’s been around since prehistoric times. In the famous prehistory novel, The Clan of the Cave Bear, even Neanderthals drank chamomile tea.
This is basically the go-to tea for any time you’re not feeling at your best. Feeling down? Can’t sleep? Anxious? Have the sniffles? Whatever you have, a cup of chamomile tea will help.
If you’re new to chamomile tea, however, you do have to pay attention to the dosage. Like most other medicinal options out there, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. Start with a low dosage first, to make sure you react well to chamomile tea.
Who is it for?
Some people don’t react well to chamomile tea. That means chamomile tea is best for those who aren’t allergic to it.
If you’re one of these lucky non-allergic tea drinkers, you’re in for a treat. Chamomile tea is terrific for anyone who feels under the weather. In fact, even if you’re simply anxious about something, a cup of chamomile tea can calm you down.
It also does wonders for insomniacs. The calming quality of chamomile tea tends to improve sleep quality as well. Chamomile tea is a type of herbal tea, and it doesn’t contain any caffeine.
Put in a heaping teaspoon of chamomile herbal in your cup. Then pour in some boiling water, filling up about ⅔ of the cup. Cover the cup, and let it steep for about 5 to 10 minutes.
If you’re new to chamomile tea, you may use a smaller amount of chamomile, and you can start with just 5 minutes of steeping. You can then go for longer when you know your body doesn’t react negatively. Negative reactions are actually not that common, but it’s better to be sure!