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Monday, 19 December 2016

How To Make Chamomile Tea At Home

 What is chamomile tea How To Make Chamomile Tea At Home

What is chamomile tea How To Make Chamomile Tea At Home

Chamomile is a medicinal herb, which is also known as ‘Babune ka Phal’ in Hindi, ‘shevanti’ in marathi, ‘chaamanthi’ in Telugu, ‘chingu kuttan’ in malayalam, ‘Baboona’ in Urdu and ‘Seemai Chamanthi’ in tamil. Chamomile Tea is famous for centuries due to its soothing and relaxing properties, commonly used to aid problems like insomnia and nervousness. It also acts as a comforting remedy that treat illnesses like cold and flu. Some people actually started to grow chamomile in their herb gardens due to its numerous health benefits. Not only this, its medicinal use dates back to the times of the ancient Greeks, Romans and Egyptians. 

There are two types of Chamomile mostly used for good health: German Chamomile (Matricaria retutica) and Roman Chamomile. This tea is quite popular among people in the United States and is known as a tea that calms an upset stomach as well as improve sleeps. 

How To Make Chamomile Tea At Home

Chamomile tea is quite easy to be made at home, You just need to follow a few simple steps.

Pour some boiling water into a tea pot and then to this water add some mashed apple slices.

Now add some pre-washed chamomile flowers to the tea pot.

Cover the tea pot with the lid and let the flowers steep in the boiling water for a few minutes.

Using a strainer strain the chamomile tea and to it add some lemon juice or honey for added flavor.

Consuming a cup of homemade fragrant chamomile tea can help you to relax after a tiring day. 

Homemade chamomile tea is known to calm an upset stomach as well as improve sleep.

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