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This product = Gluten Free - Dairy Free - Nut Free - Paleo - Vegan - Vegetarian - Low FODMAP - Ketogenic
- May help alleviate gastrointestinal upsets
- May also be beneficial for sleep disorders and inflammatory conditions
Ingredients Organic Chamomile Flowers
Common Uses Can be steeped in hot water to produce an aromatic, relaxing, caffeine free tea. They can also be used in herbal remedies or to make beauty products such as soap and scented pillows.
Nutritional Aspects Chamomile Tea is not really a tea at all, but a herb that is dried and is used in herbal teas. Brewed chamomile flowers (without added milk) contains negligible macronutrients, however, does offer several other trace compounds like antioxidants and flavanoids which are associated with the following benefits clinical trials show the following benefits of chamomile (26): - might be effective for the treatment of dyspepsia and mucositis - could slow peristaltic movement - may have anti-cancer effects on breast and uterine cancers Chamomile has been culturally used for gastrointestinal tract ailments like flatulence, nervous diarrhea, spasms, colitis, gastritis, and hemorrhoids. As well as other ailments like nasal mucous membrane inflammation, allergic rhinitis, attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), restlessness, insomnia, dismenorrhea, mastitis, and varicose ulcers. However, limited trials are available in humans regarding these extensive cultural uses.
Recipes How to Make Chamomile Tea with Fresh Flowers http://simpleseasonal.com/how-to/how-to-make-chamomile-tea-with-fresh-flowers
Weight: 50 gm, 100 gm, 250 gm