Have a Cup of Chamomile Tea!

Chamomile tea is widely known for its relaxing properties. It also stimulates the immune system's white blood cells and herbalists recommend it for the onset of a cold or flu.

Chamomile tea is widely known for its relaxing properties as well as its apple-like aroma, and is know to soothe the nerves and restore vitality. Contemporary herbalists also recommend chamomile for fever, digestive upsets, anxiety, insomnia and menstrual cramps.

It's particularly recommended for use at the onset of a cold or the flu and it's warming and soothing properties promote sleep, the greatest curative of all. Drink a cup or two of tea for relaxation, or at night to promote sleep.

Caution: Generally speaking, chamomile is one of the safest herbs available. However, if you are allergic to ragweed or have ever suffered anaphylactic shock, avoid this herb.

Do you have any other medicial uses you use Chamomile for? Please share.

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Nick Oddo October 19, 2011 at 09:32 PM
Just discovered this today! Chamomile Tea has been found to be therapeutic in reducing acne, acne scars, whiteheads, and blackheads. Additionally, chamomile has been found to stop acne, especially in the essential oil form because of its powerful effects. Drink about 2-3 cups a day. Your acne-prone skin will thank you. You can also add honey and lemon, which both are great for skin health and acne.


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