Chamomile Herb Tea
Best known therapeutic cure for insomnia, Chamomile tea is our favourite bedtime brew. Fluff your pillows, it's been a long day.
Ingredients: Pure whole flowers of Chamomile
Health Benefits: Caffeine-free, this tea is perfect for soothing sips through the day or at bedtime. Known to calm your colds and cramps, this healing tea boosts your nervous system. The antibacterial and antimicrobial properties can be very effective in treating colds and other infections, clearing skin irritations, and healing wounds.
Caffeine content: Zero
Origin of tea: Uttarakhand, India
Available as: 1.75 oz Loose Tea
Taste notes: Balmy, Warm, Soothing. Be gentle in handling the flowers. The dust at the bottom is the pollen from the chamomile flower and completely safe to consume. It contributes to the flower profile of the Chamomile.
Serving suggestions: Pairs well with a good book. We sipped ours with a Ruskin Bond. Best served warm with half a teaspoon of honey. You may also have it without any sweeteners, but never with milk.
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How to prepare this tea?
For Camomile tea, use 1 teaspoon or 1 tea bag per 150ml of water. Boil water to 80°C and pour the hot water over the tea leaves and never the other way around. Steep for 2-3 minutes and enjoy.
All our teas can be rebrewed. Just add hot water and steep for longer than the first cup.
1. Is your chamomile tea gluten free?
Yes, all of our teas are Gluten free.
2. Can I brew it with a bit of ginger?
Yes, you can brew it with a slight pinch of Ginger along with Honey.
3. which tea would you suggest pregnant women consume?
Chamomile tea, which is 100% free of caffeine, is the one tea which is safe to consume by women during a pregnancy.
4. Is there any side effects from drinking Chamomile Tea?
As Chamomile Tea is a pure herb tea and is a completely natural and organic solution, there are no known side effects of drinking this tea.
5. Is this good for lowering creatinine level
Chamomile has high levels of antioxidants which helps to lower creatinine levels in the body, individuals who consume Chamomile tea on a regular basis have found to have lower creatinine levels. Chamomile tea is generally safe for consumption, however, we suggest you take medical guidance before consuming it in larger qty.