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Benefits Of Chamomile Tea For Skin, Hair And Overall Health

Introducing Chamomile: Matricaria chamomilla

Chamomile have amazing health benefits as a tea of distinct nature. Chamomile tea is usually prepared from dried flowers, and is known for its ability to boost immunity as well as reduce stress, this earned Chamomile a stellar reputation for healing and as stress buster.

Let's dig into why Chamomile Tisane is good for your skin, hair and overall health

Chamomile has a stellar reputation for healing, and with good reason. It is prepared from dried flowers and it brings an oasis of calm and tranquility. The beautiful Chamomile flower is native to Asia, Europe, Australia and North America, and blooms during the early summer months, Chamomile tea contains Chamazulene, an aromatic chemical compound that possesses anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antispasmodic properties. Whether you're overworked or suffering from a cold, steep a hot cup of Chamomile tea, inhale its wonderful floral fragrance and then see your worries disappear as you sip this magical golden brew. Chamomile tea is a popular beverage across the world, it is steeped with both health and skin benefits that are hard to find in many other teas. The benefits of chamomile tea are in abundance. It is not only soothing and refreshing, but can also be beneficial for you in more than just one way.

As Immunity Booster

Many studies have shown that Chamomile tea will not only kick illnesses to the curb, but also work as a great preventive measure. Chamomile tea fights harmful bacteria, and has the ability to boost your immune system

Soothes Stomach Ache

Chamomile tea has been valued as a digestive relaxant and has been used to treat various gastrointestinal disturbances including flatulence, indigestion, diarrhea, anorexia, motion sickness, nausea and vomiting. 

Treats Cold

Suffering from cold? One of the best benefits of chamomile tea comes into play here. Consider drinking a hot cup of chamomile tea and let it work its magic. You can also inhale steam from Chamomile tea to ease nasal congestion, a runny nose and sore throat. Drinking a hot cup of chamomile tea can help prevent cold

Treats Insomnia by Promoting Sound Sleep

Dietician has it that Chamomile tea relaxes nerves and soothes the nervous system, therefore helping you sleep better. Chamomile does not have any trace of caffeine and is best consumed before sleeping.

Reduces Muscle Spasms and Menstral Pain

Chamomile tea has pain-relieving and antispasmodic properties. It relaxes the uterus and decreases the production of prostaglandins (hormone-like substances that cause inflammation and pain). 

Treats Cuts, Wound and Skin Conditions

The history has it that Chamomile tea has been used by the Romans, Greeks and Egyptians to treat wounds and promote healing. This is because the plant Chamomile tea is derived from Matricaria chamomilla L, which has anti inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. It also heals skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.

Reduces Stress

Today's busy, chaotic world leaves us feeling increasingly anxious and stressed. Go for a sip of Chamomile tea to relax the stress toll, it is an effective natural sedative, thereby reducing stress. Chamomile tea is a gentle relaxant

 Lightens Skin Complexion

Sipping into hot chamomile tea could do wonders for your skin too! This magic potion can be used as a natural skin bleach. Chamomile tea is packed with antioxidants which helps boost your skin health. It lightens the complexion and also gives you that glow you've always wanted.


Chamomile tea is a powerhouse of antioxidants and protects the skin from free-radical damage. It accelerates cell and tissue regeneration, helps tighten the pores and slows down the ageing process.

Reduces Acne

Not just the glow, chamomile tea could help end your war with frequent acne break out too. Chamomile tea helps fade spots, eliminate acne scars and fight breakouts, if used topically, due to its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties.

Gets Rid of Dandruff

Are you fed up of dandruff? Drink chamomile tea. seriously, Chamomile tea helps eliminate and prevent dandruff, soothe scalp irritation and promote healthy healthy. You can use it as a final rinse after washing your hair. It's that simple right?

Treats Sunburn

The harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun can cause various problems for your skin. Chamomile tea is known for its antioxidant, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. You can brew the tea, chill it thoroughly, soak a towel in it and then apply to the sunburned area.

Reduces Under-Eye Dark Circles

Never throw away Chamomile tea bags after using them, refrigerate them instead. You can place the chilled tea bag over your eyes (especially after doing an eye massage) to lighten the eye area dramatically and reduce puffiness. You will find an instant difference in the way your eyes look and feel. Chamomile tea can do wonders for your eyes.

In conclution, I suggest you make Chamomile tea a part of your daily routine to keep reaping its wonderful benefits, Peace!.

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All information and statements read in this blogpost have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. You are advice not to use the information contained herein for diagnosing or treating a health problem or disease or for prescribing any medication. All descriptions are for educational purposes only and not a substitute for professional advice from health worker. If you have or believe that you have a medical problem, contact your health care provider.

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