5 Reasons Why Chamomile Tea Is More Than Just A Beverage

Written by Khubi Amin AhmedSep 09, 2016
Immensely beneficial, Chamomile tea is a golden (and we mean it literally) potion for health. Delectable, fruity and a known calming agent, Chamomile tea is basically ground apple that has been imbibed as a herbal remedy for centuries together. And as the monsoon comes pouring upon us, this we think is a good time to resort to the healing tea. Here is listing a few reasons why…
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Helps better skin

Innately laden to the brim with healing, anti-oxidant, cleansing and moisturizing properties, Chamomile tea is considered a complete skin care treatment in itself. A potion of antioxidants, the tea is known to fight acne, eliminate scars and works as a lightening agent for the skin complexion.

Adds luster to hair

Chamomile tea if combined in henna works as a natural lightening, highlighting agent. Use Chamomile tea as a final hair rinse and you will have your tresses shining bright.  Also, the tea is known to work as a cleansing agent on the scalp and eliminates dandruff.

Helps fight insomnia

Chamomile tea is a known calming agent that works to sooth your nerves thus inducing better sleep. Anyone suffering from insomnia can make it a habit to drink a cup at night to find themselves sleeping better.

Calms muscle spasms

Chamomile tea is said to increase the levels of glycine in your body, which is a compound that works to reduce muscle spasms and therefore relaxes muscles of the uterus and relieves menstrual cramps.

Helps with diabetes

Chamomile tea helps maintain blood glucose levels and thus helps control diabetes mellitus symptoms.

Treats cuts and wounds

Owe it to its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant effects but Chamomile tea is known to work wonders on burns and wounds. Also known to accelerate healing processes, it works as a great disinfectant for wounds.

Boosts Immunity

Chamomile tea serves as a definite immunity booster as its anti-bacterial properties can guard you against bacteria related illnesses and infections. If you are suffering from cold and cough then the tea is your home remedy to recuperating.

Khubi Amin Ahmed

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