Egyptian Goddess Chamomile Tea
The Nile River Valley of Egypt produces the finest chamomile flowers in the world - and this Egyptian Goddess lives up to it. The delicate yellow flower heads and white petals are picked and slowly dried. The dried flowers produce a rich, golden cup of tea with the aroma of freshly cut apples with a mellow, honey-like sweetness.
Does loose leaf Chamomile tea make you sleepy?
Chamomile is best known as a nighttime tea (or a sleepy time tea) because of its ability to promote calmness and relieve stress and anxiety. As a tea or essential oil, chamomile can make you sleepy.
What are Chamomile tea benefits?
Besides the calming effects, chamomile tea leaves contain natural chemical compounds that may reduce inflammation, which is your immune system's reaction to fight infection. Its muscle-relaxing properties have also been used to ease indigestion and monthly cramps.
What is Chamomile tea good for?
Since early Eqyptian times, chamomile has been used for its healing properties and skincare. Today Chamomile continues to be studied to help ease eczema and other mild skin conditions in an ointment form.
Drinking the tea also has antibacterial properties that may help treat respiratory infections related to the common cold. Loose chamomile tea is loaded with antioxidants that may help lower your risk of diseases, such as heart disease, and cancer. However, it is considered an herbal medicine and is not to be considered a medication.
Does Chamomile tea have caffeine?
Chamomile herbal tea has zero caffeine, making it the perfect caffeine-free option for afternoon or night time tea. Delicious served with honey.
How to make Chamomile tea
We recommend one teaspoon per eight ounces of water. Steep at 212° for 5-10 minutes.
Ingredients: Chamomile tea