Chamomile is an herb that is obtained from “daisy like plants” and are used to make herb infusions to serve various medicinal purposes. People have used this for centuries as a sleep aid and to calm an upset stomach. Chamomile is also known as “Ground Apple” in English and as “Babune ka Phal” in Hindi. In India, it is particularly renowned for its health benefits related to beauty and also known as a “Digestive Relaxant.” This plant is native to Asia, Europe, Australia and North America, this beautiful flower blossoms during early summers. There are basically two types of chamomile which are used as medicinal herbs: German chamomile (Matricaria retutica) and Roman (or English) chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile). The German variety is the widely preferred one and is used in various skin disorders. It is also used as a dietary supplement for stomach cramps especially in girls during mensuration. Chamomile is available as dried flower heads, an infusion (tea), liquid extract, tinctures (concentrated in alcohol), and in creams and ointments.
What is it?
Chamomile green tea is a derivative of dried chamomile flower and green tea. It is golden in color and has a delectable, fruity flavor. Better known as the “Herbal Tonic” in various parts of the world, this delicious tea has many health related benefits. It is helpful to cure anxiety and sleep related disorders, mouth ulcers, aids digestion and much more. Consisting of simply gorgeous chamomile flowers, this tea has a refreshing taste with very less amount of caffeine. The reason for less caffeine is due to the fact that this tea has a soothing and calming effects, making it the perfect sleep promoting elixir.
Mind blowing taste!!!
This tea cannot be beaten when it comes to taste. The eye soothing light golden brew tends to have a calming whiff and light sugary taste. It makes a perfect thirst quencher for summers when served as iced tea. There are many recipes of ice tea with chamomile green tea. One of the popular ice tea recipes is the Chamomile-Ginger Iced Tea.
Chemical features of Chamomile Green Tea
Major chemical compounds present within chamomile include apigenin and alpha-bisabolol. Other compounds in chamomile include various terpenoids, flavonoids and coumarins. Apigenin has demonstrated chemo-preventive effects against cancer cells in the laboratory and alpha-bisabolol has been shown to have antiseptic properties, anti-inflammatory properties, and reduces pepsin secretion without altering secretion of stomach acid Uses of chamomile green tea This tea is used to treat cold-flu, slow-healing wounds & abscesses, lessens gum inflammation, other skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, chickenpox, and diaper rash. Other uses of this tea is to treat an upset stomach, sleeping problems, or menstrual pain.
This tea offers some amazing benefits when it comes to skin, hair, and health.
It acts as a natural cleanser and accelerates the natural healing process of the skin. This tea also has the property to soothe the skin irritation which occurs due to UV rays and various skin disorders. Long term use of this tea helps to fight against acne and reduce radical damage to the skin. For people who have puffy eyes or dark circle under eyes, drinking this natural tea helps them to overcome this problem. It also secretively moisturizes our skin and keeps it glowing throughout the day. Healing Process
Hair problems such as hair fall, greying of hair and dandruff are the most common, probably due to the polluted environment and lethargic lifestyle, especially in females. A good news is that, this tea when taken continuously prevents dandruff, strengthens hair and prevents hair fall, enriches the natural hair colour and radiance.
A miraculous tea as it offers various health benefits. A savior for women especially when they experience menstrual cramps and muscle pains. This tea has natural ingredients in it which eases the pain which occurs during mensuration cycle. For people who have digestive problems, it helps to soothe the stomach, fights against irritable bowel syndrome and prevents ulcers. It also boosts immunity and prevents body from getting into trouble with harmful bacteria responsible for various infections. It helps to fight against cold and flu, skin infections (allergy and rashes mainly) and stomach infections also. Some studies have also proven that it helps to maintain glucose levels in body, thereby comes as a effective treatment for diabetes.
Safety of chamomile green tea
Chamomile green tea is absolutely safe and can be used by anyone (except the use in pregnancy is not defined still). This is especially important for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Chamomile green tea is unique in its own way as it is made with pure chamomile flowers and is naturally caffeine free. So, sit back, and mesmerize in the refreshing taste of this vibrant infusion and feel relaxed than ever before.