Skip to product information
1 of 5

The Nature's Store

Chamomile Tea

Chamomile Tea

Regular price Rs.795
Regular price Sale price Rs.795
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Description

 

Chamomile Tea has been traditionally known as soothing, calming, or relaxing tea.

The plant contains Apigenin, a chemical compound that, when consumed, can make you feel sleepy.

 

QtyMakes 20-25 cups
FlavourHerbaceous
ColourYellow to Brown
AromaHerbaceous
Shelf Life2-3 Yrs
Manufacturing Imported from Sudan

Ingredients

This is purely Chamomile tea and does not include sugar, color, fragrance, or any other herb.

Here are a few recipes that you can try with chamomile as a chilled beverage a warm cup of tea:

 

Chilled Beverage

 

Chamomile Mint Cooler:

Ingredients: Chamomile tea bags, fresh mint leaves, honey, ice cubes.

Method: Brew chamomile tea, let it cool, add fresh mint leaves, sweeten with honey, and serve over ice.

 

Citrus Chamomile Iced Tea:

Ingredients: Chamomile tea bags, orange slices, lemon slices, agave syrup, ice cubes.

Method: Brew chamomile tea, add citrus slices, sweeten with agave syrup, chill, and serve over ice.

 

 

Warm Drink

 

Classic Chamomile Blend:

Ingredients: Chamomile tea bags, hot water, lemon wedge, honey.

Method: Steep chamomile tea bags in hot water, add a squeeze of lemon, sweeten with honey, and enjoy.

 

Spiced Chamomile Chai:

Ingredients: Chamomile tea bags, milk, cinnamon, cardamom, honey.

Method: Brew chamomile tea in milk, add a dash of cinnamon and cardamom, sweeten with honey, and heat gently.

Benefits

Based on research from journals indexed in the National Library of Medicine

 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2995283/

 

The health promoting benefits of chamomile was assessed in a study which involved fourteen volunteers who each drank five cups of the herbal tea daily for two consecutive weeks. Daily urine samples were taken and tested throughout the study, both before and after drinking chamomile tea. Drinking chamomile was associated with a significant increase in urinary levels of hippurate and glycine, which have been associated with increased antibacterial activity. In another study, chamomile relieved hypertensive symptoms and decreased the systolic blood pressure significantly, increasing urinary output. Additional studies are needed before a more definitive link between chamomile and its alleged health benefits can be established.

 

How to Make

1. Pour 1 cup of water into your kettle and bring it to a boil.

2. Turn off the heat and add 1 teaspoon of tea. Now, cover your kettle so that the steam doesn’t escape. Steep for 8-10 minutes.

3. Strain your tea properly and enjoy the warm cup.

To make an ICED tea, add 5-6 cubes into your cup and stir well.

“Add Honey/Sugar to enhance the flavor”

Disclaimer

Results may vary from person to person. For maximum health benefits, our teas should be consumed in conjunction with a balanced diet and exercise routine.

Our teas are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, nor as a substitute for any treatment or surgery that may have been prescribed by your physician.

You should consult your physician before treating yourself with teas, mixing them with any medications, or taking them instead of prescribed medication.

 

For further medical disclaimer, please click on the link below:

https://thenaturesstore.com/pages/medical-disclaimer-for-herbal-teas?_pos=2&_sid=6866d2b3e&_ss=r

FAQ's

Q: Is Chamomile Tea safe during pregnancy?

A: Yes, chamomile tea is generally considered safe during pregnancy, but it's advisable to consult your healthcare provider.

 

Q: Can Chamomile Tea help with headaches?

A: Chamomile's anti-inflammatory properties may provide relief for some headaches.

 

Q: How many cups of Chamomile Tea can I drink in a day?

A: While individual tolerance varies, 1-2 cups a day is a common recommendation.

 

Q: Does Chamomile Tea interact with medications?

A: Consult your healthcare professional if you're on medications, as chamomile may interact with certain drugs.

 

Q: Is Chamomile Tea caffeine-free?

A: Yes, Chamomile Tea is naturally caffeine-free.

 

Q: Can children drink Chamomile Tea?

A: It's best to consult a pediatrician before giving chamomile tea to children.

 

Q: How does Chamomile Tea promote sleep?

A: Chamomile contains apigenin, which has mild sedative effects, promoting relaxation.

 

Q: Can Chamomile Tea help with indigestion?

A: Yes, chamomile tea is known for its digestive benefits, helping soothe indigestion.

 

Q: Is Chamomile Tea good for skin?

A: Chamomile's anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties can contribute to healthier skin.

 

Q: Where can I buy Chamomile Tea in Pakistan?

A: Chamomile Tea is available in Pakistan online at the Nature's Store.

View full details

Note: Our Testimonials consist of authentic submissions from customers, supplemented by feedback obtained through telephone conversations and various social media platforms.

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
90%
(19)
10%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
S
Sara katpar
It is a good one

I really liked the tea, it helps with digestion and ease your stomach overall.
Highly recommend

M
Mrs. Asad
The Best Chamomile Tea!

This one right here HAS to be the best chamomile ever! All real chamomile, no flavorings. I have tried chamomile tea by a brand infamous for their teas, even they don't have the right mix! The Nature's Store's recipe to make the best tea works wonders every time! Recommended double time!

R
Rukhsar
very natural, not artificial

thanks God, they do not add anything artificial

Thank you for your message.

A
Adil T
satisfied

satisfied

Thank you for your message.

S
Sana
Ache hai

kaafi ache chai hai yeh

Thank you for your message.