Chamomile tea, made from dried chamomile flowers, is a powerhouse of antioxidants with numerous benefits.
To get its maximum benefits, drink the tea twice a day, morning and evening.
Here are six of its benefits.
Relieves menstrual pain
Because the tea is anti-inflammatory in nature, women often use it to deal with the symptoms of menstruation like bloating, cramping, anxiety, sweating, and mood swings.
Helps you sleep
Chamomile tea can also be an overall sleep aid, particularly for people who struggle with sleep apnea, and restlessness.
Drinking a warm cup of non-caffeinated chamomile tea can help you fall asleep faster and wake up feeling more refreshed.
Relieves stress and anxiety
One of the most popular uses of chamomile tea is the treatment of stress and anxiety.
After a long day at work, the warm, soothing nature of this beverage can help increase the levels of serotonin and melatonin in your body.
These hormones can successfully eliminate stress and worry. It also provides instant relief from migraines and headaches.
Due to the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant-rich nature of chamomile tea, it is not exclusively used as a beverage.
Topical application of chamomile tea cures irritations or skin conditions such as eczema.
Chamomile tea can help modulate the immune response to allergens in the body. By working as an anti-histamine, it can soothe these allergic reactions throughout the body.
Antioxidant apigenin present in chamomile fights various cancer cells including cancer of the breast, digestive tract, skin, prostate and uterus. It also prevents the development of thyroid cancer.
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