The plant's physician.
In olden days, chamomile was known as the plant's physician because people thought that by placing chamomile next to a sickly plant, the plant would recover. Chamomile rightly gets the nickname because it has been used for thousands of years to treat everything from loss of appetite to irregular periods to bronchitis. Today we regard chamomile for its abilities to soothe anxiety and tension and to help us get into a deep sleep. We love chamomile, so you'll find it in many of our blends, from caffeinated refreshers to spa-like bedtime brews.
- Chamomile tea may protect against diarrhea, stomach ulcers, nausea, and gas, likely due to its anti-inflammatory effects.
- Chamomile contains antioxidants that may promote sleepiness, and drinking chamomile tea has been shown to improve overall sleep quality.
- Chamomile tea contains the antioxidant apigenin, which may help lower inflammation and reduce the risk of several types of cancer.
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