Does Chamomile tea help you sleep more soundly?
If you love herbal tea, you may already know chamomile tea as the 'night-time' tea.
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 warm, soothing mug of chamomile tea at bedtime may be just what you need to sleep soundly through the night.
Chamomile tea can ease anxiety and depression too. Today's busy, stressful world can leave you feeling increasingly anxious, worried, and upset - or even depressed. Chamomile Tea is a natural, safe, inexpensive alternative to over the counter medicinal remedies to help manage anxiety and boost emotional health and wellness.
Traditional healers have long recommended chamomile tea and current scientific studies support this tea's long-time reputation as a stress reliever and nerve relaxant, showing it to be an effective way to reduce anxiety and depression. Just inhaling its wonderful fragrance for beneficial aromatherapy can help, and then feel your anxiety and worry melt away as you sip this great tasting brew. Make it a part of your daily routine for full, long-lasting benefits.
Fight a cold with chamomile tea
Another very good reason to add chamomile tea to your tea cupboard is it’s ability to boost your immune system. Studies have shown that enjoying chamomile tea regularly is a healthy, natural way to support your immune system, which in turn can protect you from so many health issues - even the common cold that we all dread so much!
Chamomile has even been quoted in Beatrix Potter, The Tale of Peter Rabbit: “Peter was not very well during the evening. His mother put him to bed, and made some chamomile tea: ‘One table-spoonful to be taken at bed-time.’"
Does this tea have any risks?
Chamomile tea is full of natural health benefits but, as with any herbal tea or remedy, it's essential to stay informed about any cautions or possible side effects, too!
You should check with your doctor who will be able to answer any questions you have about how this tea may interact with any medications or remedies you're currently taking, and let you know if chamomile is a safe choice for you.