Chamomile tea is an herbal infusion made from dried chamomile flowers and hot water.
Our Aromatic Chamomile tea was made to give you the warming feeling of the first rays of sun in the early summer morning, gently touching your cheeks. Carefully selected chamomile from Germany was planted in the foothills of Himalayas to create one of the finest Indian chamomile tisanes. Chamomile has been known for centuries as the ultimate herbal tea for relaxing, soothing and calming both body and mind. Our Chamomile Radiance organic chamomile tea is made to heal you and impress you. Perfectly dried flowers offer incredibly sweet and full flavor reminiscent of honey.
Chamomile has been the most important European herbal tea for centuries. It is known to be a wonder herb with numerous health benefits, from relieving anxiety to calming frayed nerves, treating stomach problems, relieving muscle spasms, treating skin conditions and mild infections, gum inflammation, helping with insomnia, clearing acne, soothing minor first-degree burns, stomach ulcers, etc. Chamomile can be blended with other herbs or green tea. It can help with gallstones, fatty liver, chronic heartburn, loss of appetite, digestive disturbances, Roemheld syndrome where maladies in the gastrointestinal tract or abdomen cause cardiac symptoms, indigestion in infants and certain types of constipation. It is sometimes used as a "blood purifier" and a general female tonic; and for preventing menstrual cramps and irregular periods.
Contains no caffeine.
Grade : Pure Dried Flowers
Origin : India
Flavor : Deep and sweet full taste reminiscent of the best floral honey
Effect : Relaxing and soothing
- Water temperature: 100º Celsius
- Dosage: 5 grams of tea
- Amount of water: 150-200 ml
- Steeping time: 5, 6 minutes
- Resteeping: 2-3 times
Method: We suggest to always use freshly boiled water cooled down to proper temperature. Use suitable tea ware and cover the teapot or a teacup when brewing. To discover delicate subtlety of each tea and get the most nutrients out of the leaves/flowers always follow the instructions, and feel free to experiment with dosage, time or temperature when you get accustomed to the tea. Higher temperature, larger amounts of leaves and longer steeping time will result in stronger infusion with more astringency. You can add sugar or honey to your tea, but we suggest trying it straight first in order to enjoy it to the fullest.
Note: Please use it within one month after opening the packet. And keep it in cool and dry place.
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Other Health Benefits :
20 Chamomile Tea Benefits for Your Skin and Health
1. Puffy Eyes
Under eye, puffiness is a common issue faced by millions. Chamomile tea can help get rid of under eye puffiness. Take cold, soaked chamomile tea bags and use them as compressors for your eyes. Keep them on for ten to fifteen minutes for a natural settling of puffiness.
Conjunctivitis is commonly known as the pink eye. Chamomile tea can be used as a safe home remedy for its treatment. Chilled tea bags can be used as compressors for pink eye cure for fifteen minutes every two hours or you can wash your eyes with a small amount of chilled chamomile tea instead of using any medicated eyewashes. Chamomile tea’s herbal properties make it an effective home remedy for eye cure.
3. Dark Circles
To treat the dark circles, boil some water and put two chamomile tea bags in it for steepening. Let the tea bags cool down completely before placing them on your eyes for about five minutes. Chamomile easily and quickly gets rid of weary eyes and dark circles. Another chamomile tea remedy for dark circles is freezing the tea to make ice cubes and placing them on your eyes for five minutes. The herbal properties of the chilled ice cubes are strong relievers.
Dry and flaky scalp causes dandruff, thus, in order to cure dandruff, the scalp must be treated. Chamomile tea can be used as a home remedy for the treatment of a flaky scalp. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, the chamomile tea has proved to be an effective dandruff remover. Use a light, neutral shampoo to wash your hair and condition using your standard product. In the end, rinse your hair with chilled chamomile tea. Chamomile rinse is healthy for the scalp and counters dandruff naturally.
5. Split Ends
Split ends lead to hair fall. By treating the split ends, hair fall can be taken care of. One easy home remedy for treating split ends is the chamomile tea rinse at the end of a hair wash. You can wash your hair per your normal routine with a shampoo and condition them afterward. At the end, rinse your hair with chamomile tea. Be cautious of letting the tea cool down to a moderate temperature before removing the tea bags and rinsing your hair with the solution. Do not comb until your hair are completely dry.
6. Homemade Chamomile Tea Hair Mask
Chamomile Tea can cure dry scalp, dandruff and split ends and make blond hair shinier. You can use it to lighten the shade of your hair color as well. Chamomile tea serves as an effective home remedy alternative against all the chemical hair care products in the market. The ingredients required for the chamomile tea hair mask are enlisted below.
- 6 Chamomile Tea bags
- 1 cup of water
- 2 spoons of fresh grape juice
- ½ cup of yogurt
Boil the one cup of water and soak the tea bags in it. Leave the solution until it has cooled down. Remove the teabags and add the grape juice and yogurt to it. Mix well to make a smooth solution. The chamomile hair mask is ready to use. You can apply it from roots to tips after a usual hair wash. Apply on the flaked part of your scalps for a natural cure. Cover your hair with a shower cap for some fifteen to twenty minutes before washing your hair with lukewarm water and some shampoo. A final rinse with cold water will make the remedy effective.
7. Natural Remedy For Fever
Chamomile herb is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. It serves as a good home remedy for reducing fever and inflammation. Chamomile tea tastes good and has natural healing powers. It is a good remedy for children specifically. It is easier to drink because of its fruity flavor and does the job of any conventional fever medication safely.
8. Sore Throat
Chamomile tea can cure a sore throat. You can drink the tea or use it eternally as well. For sore throat therapy using the chamomile tea, prepare some chamomile tea and soak a piece of cloth in it, while it is still hot. Use the drenched cloth as a compressor on your neck. It will lessen the soreness effectually.
9. Stomach Ache Solution
Drinking warm chamomile tea can help treat stomach ache and stomach cramps. This tea is known for its effectiveness in treating stomach disorders. If you have cramps or stomach ache complaints, boil water and immerse chamomile tea bags in it for some fifteen to twenty minutes, keep the container sealed. Drink the tea while it is still warm. The chamomile tea is quite good in taste but if you overcook it and find it bitter or too strong for yourself, add some honey to it. It can help relieve digestion as well. Chamomile tea is a tested natural treatment for stomach ulcer pain as well.
10. Natural Anti-allergy solution
Chamomile tea’s antiseptic and antimicrobial properties allow it to work wonders as a home remedy for allergies and rashes. It is gentle on the skin and very safe to use. It does not react on any skin type. To treat allergy or rashes, prepare some chamomile tea. Refrigerate the tea to cool it. Use a stepped cotton pad to apply chilled chamomile tea on the affected skin. Drinking the chamomile tea can serve the purpose as well.
11. Wound Treatment
Chamomile tea has antiseptic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It has been used for the treatment of wounds and cuts for centuries. Even the Romans and the Greeks used the chamomile tea as a natural cure for wounds. It is antimicrobial and prevents any infection. Chamomile tea is suited for treatment of burn wounds as well.
To clean a wound and for faster healing, make some strong chamomile tea by steepening the teabags in boiled water and mix it with a some Aloe Vera. Apply the solution on the wound gently using a cotton pad soaked in the solution.
To treat burn wounds, mix chamomile tea with a small amount of olive oil. Apply the solution on the wounds gently with the help of cotton pad twice a day for quick healing.
12. Homemade Skin Moisturizer For Dry Skin
Chamomile tea can be used as a moisturizer or conditioner for dry skin. You need the following ingredients to prepare your homemade moisturizer.
- Chamomile tea
- Rose hips oil
- Castile Soap
- Lavender Essential Oil
The procedure is quite simple. Take equal parts of chamomile brewed tea, rose hips oil and castile soap in a container and seal it for mixing. Then add some five to six drops of lavender essential oil and mix well. Use the solution as a face wash. It will moisturize dry, flaky skin and smells very nice.
13. Homemade Body And Facial Scrub
Chamomile herb has purifying properties. It can be used to make the body and facial scrubs at home which are gentle to the skin. Chamomile tea can remove the layer of dead skin cells to reveal the underlying fresh skin. The ingredients required to make chamomile tea body and facial scrub are:
- Chamomile Tea
- Powdered Milk
Blend the chamomile tea with any powdered milk and allow the mixture to cool down. When it has cooled down to a moderate temperature, you can use the solution as a homemade body and facial scrub. Chamomile tea has deep cleansing and moisturizing properties which make it a perfect ingredient for a body scrub.
14. Get rid of Acne Chamomile Tea
The chamomile herb is a natural antioxidant. It can be used as a safe and effective cure for acne. You can prepare a chamomile tea face mask at home which can be applied twice a week. To make the face mask, the ingredients required are:
- 1 tablespoon of freshly brewed Chamomile tea
- 1 teaspoon cornmeal
- 1 teaspoon powdered milk
Add powdered milk to chamomile tea in a bowl and mix well. Then add cornmeal and stir again to prepare a smooth face mask.
Apply the mask on your skin and leave it for ten minutes. Wash your face with warm water. Chamomile tea mask treats acne and prevents the future breakouts as well.
15. Homemade Chamomile Lemon Skin Toner
Chamomile is astringent in nature. Its herbal properties make it a good antioxidant. Chamomile tea can remove dirt and dead skin cells and reveal the fresh skin layer. It can be used as a natural skin toner. To prepare a chamomile tea skin toner at home, you need the ingredients enlisted below.
- 1 cup of water
- 2 Chamomile tea bags
- Lemon juice
Boil one cup of water and steep two chamomile tea bags in it. Cover the boiled water until it completely cools down. Remove the tea bags and add ten drops of fresh lemon juice to the solution and mix well. Store the solution in a bottle. You can use this solution as a daily skin toner. Apply it using a soaked cotton pad. It will keep your skin fresh and glowing.
16. Homemade Naturally healing Body Scrub
Chamomile tea can help treat inflammation, skin irritation and the subsequent red spots appearing on your body. You can easily make a naturally healing chamomile tea body scrub to get rid of these problems. The ingredients required preparing the magical scrub are given below.
- Chamomile tea
- Raw Sugar
- Jojoba oil
- Vitamin E oil
Prepare some chamomile tea by soaking tea bags in boiling water. Mix some raw sugar with equal parts of the chamomile tea and jojoba oil. Add a few drops of vitamin E oil and mix the solution. Use the solution in place of your expensive body scrub and get rid of irritation, inflammation and the annoying red spots on your skin. It works well on bug bites as well.
17. Asthma Remedy
Chamomile tea has healing powers to cure nasal problems very safely. It is a credible therapy for asthma which certainly works. As a natural remedy, take steam from chamomile tea instead of water. Boil some water and soak chamomile tea bags in it. Once the water is boiled and begins to steam out, cover your head with a towel and breathe in the chamomile tea steam until the tea cools down.
18. Natural Remedy For Menstrual Cramps
The chamomile tea can increase the glycine levels in your body to cure muscular spasms. For this reason, it has been used as an effective natural cure for menstrual cramps for ages. To make chamomile tea specifically for treating menstrual cramps, you need the following ingredients:
- Chamomile Tea
- Ginger Root
Grate a ginger root. Cook the chamomile tea as you usually do and then add half teaspoon of the freshly grated ginger root to one cup of the tea. Steeped for five minutes before drinking. It will stimulate the blood circulation and increase the glycine levels in your body to treat menstrual cramps naturally. It is safe to use chamomile tea during PMS.
19. Natural Remedy For Insomnia
Drink a cup of strong chamomile tea before going to bed. Chamomile tea has relaxant properties. It calms your body muscles and nerves and stimulates the flow of blood and helps you to sleep. A warm chamomile tea is a tested remedy for countering insomnia.
20. Remedy For frequent Migraines
Chamomile tea can help in reducing the frequency and severity of migraine attacks. It calms the muscles and nerves and regulated the hormones in the body to reduce the pain. It is advised for migraine patients to consume chamomile tea on regular basis as a natural home remedy for a migraine. A stronger infusion is not needed for the tea to work.