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Chamomile Tea Health Benefits

Chamomile is an herb that has been around for centuries, this tea, with its mild sedative effects, is treasured for its ability to relieve insomnia and encourage a good night’s sleep, free of nightmares.

 

If you’ve been having sleepless or restless nights, a steamy, soothing mug of chamomile tea at bedtime may be just what you need to sleep soundly through the night.

 

Chamomile has been used for inflammation associated with haemorrhoids when topically applied.

 

Chamomile reduces cramping and pain in the bowels and also helps to relieve excessive gas and bloating in the intestines.

 

Therefore, a simple remedy is to drink a cup of chamomile tea to help relieve irritable bowel syndrome, nausea, and gastroenteritis or stomach flu.

 

Chamomile tea has been found to help relieve eye fatigue and dark circles.

 

A simple remedy is to dip 2 chamomile tea bags in warm water. After 5 minutes, remove the tea bags from the water and let them cool to room temperature.

 

Then place them on your eyes at night as a compress. Using chamomile during pregnancy is not recommended, since it is considered to be an abortifacient (a substance that induces abortion).

 

Chamomile is also not recommended if you are currently taking blood thinners, since chamomile contains a substance called coumarin (which is also a blood thinner).

 

Chamomile tea is excellent all-natural skin bleach. It lightens your complexion and renders it a healthy glow naturally.

 

When blended with powdered milk, chamomile tea provides you a great body and facial scrub.

 

It sloughs off the dead, dry skin cells revealing the underlying cells which are new. Chamomile tea has muscle relaxing properties.

 

It relaxes muscles of the uterus and gives relief from menstrual cramps. It increases glycine which reduces muscle spasms. Though too much of chamomile tea can upset the stomach too.

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