Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea is an herb that comes from a flowering plant from the daisy family. Both the fresh and dried flowers of chamomile have been used to create teas for centuries to cure a number of health problems.



Benefits you can get in Chamomile tea:

  • Anti Septic, Anti Biotic, Disinfectant, Bactericidal & Vermifuge
  • Stimulant & Anti Depressant
  • Anti Inflammatory & Sedative
  • Analgesic & Anti Neuralgic
  • Stomachic, Digestive and Hepatic & Cholagogue
  • Anti Rheumatic & Anti Phlogistic
  • Anti Spasmodic, Relaxant & Nervine
  • Help cure acne by removing toxins and cleaning Sebaceous and Eccrine glands through sweating
  • Can clean up the urinary system and the kidneys through increased urination (being diuretic)
  • Detoxify blood and increase strength as they are also fortifying in nature
  • Help cure viral infections like mumps, measles
  • Used in mouth wash too, to keep away bad breath and eliminate oral infections


Dosage on drinking Chamomile tea:


  1. For upset stomach: A specific combination product containing German chamomile (Iberogast, Medical Futures, Inc) and several other herbs has been used in a dose of 1 mL three times daily.
  2. For damage to the inside of the mouth caused by chemotherapy or radiation treatments: A mouth rinse made with 10-15 drops of German chamomile liquid extract in 100 mL warm water three times daily.
  3. For colic: A specific multi-ingredient product containing 164 mg of fennel, 97 mg of lemon balm, and 178 mg of German chamomile (ColiMil, Milte Italia SPA) twice daily for a week.


Side Effects on Chamomile tea:

High doses of chamomile can also cause vomiting and/or skin reactions in some individuals.



People with bleeding disorders or on blood thinners should avoid chamomile, as it contains coumarin and may increase the chance of bleeding.


For more information about taking Chamomile tea, visit link below:

Chamomile Tea at Wiki
Chamomile Tea at News Max
Chamomile Tea at Herbalicious
Chamomile Tea at Health Diaries
Chamomile Tea at All Natural Cure
Chamomile Tea at Home Remedies Web
Chamomile Tea at Gentle Stress Relief