DESI GRUB Premium Chamomile Flower Tea | Pure Whole Flower Buds of Chamomile |SLEEP TEA & STRESS RELIEF |Herbal Tea - Caffeine Free | Calming Tisane - Soothing Tea || 40 gm (Pack of 1)
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The name ‘Chamomile’ comes from the Ancient Greek words kamai (earth) and melon (apple). It’s an apt description: these delicate flowers thrive in almost any soil and have a sweet apple-like scent. A close cousin of the daisy, Chamomile’s yellow flower heads and white petals follow the sun across the day.Once the flower heads are picked, they are kept whole and slowly dried to ensure the best possible flavour. The small golden blossoms are packed in, to curate Desi Grub Premium Pure Chamomile Tea..
The dried flowers of chamomile contain many terpenoids and flavonoids contributing to its medicinal properties. With a wealth of health benefits: chamomile has been used for medicinal purposes since the ancient times, where it was revered for having healing properties, such as helpingto fall asleep at night, boosting your immune system, reducing stress, hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, wounds, gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatic pain, and hemorrhoids, a cup of chamomile tea can help.
- May Improve Sleep Quality
- It contains apigenin, an antioxidant that binds to certain receptors in your brain that may promote sleepinessand reduce insomnia, or the chronic inability to sleep.
- May Promote Digestive Health
- Contains Anti-inflammatory properties.
- Chamomile tea contains anti-inflammatory properties (contain 1–2% volatile oils including alpha-bisabolol, alpha-bisabolol oxides A & B, and matricin), and drinking chamomile tea has been shown to reduce symptoms of inflammation. If you suffer from a chronic inflammatory condition like arthritis, chamomile can help to soothe pain and make you more comfortable.
- May Benefit Blood Sugar Control / Diabetes
- Chamomile ameliorates hyperglycemia and diabetic complications by suppressing blood sugar levels, increasing liver glycogen storage and inhibition of sorbitol in the human erythrocytes.
- Aids in Osteoporosis
- Osteoporosis is a metabolic bone disease resulting from low bone mass (osteopenia) due to excessive bone resorption.Chamomile extract was shown to stimulate osteoblastic cell differentiation and to exhibit an anti-estrogenic effect, suggesting an estrogen receptor-related mechanism.
- Helps Calm Menstrual Cramps
- Chamomile tea possesses anti-spasmodic properties, which can relieve the painful cramps associated with the menstrual periods. Also, it helps modulate the actions of dopamine and serotonin, helping to offset or at least reduce the impact of depressive symptoms.
The anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities associated with chamomile have also been effectively used to alleviate managing symptoms of PMS
- May Improve Heart Health
- Chamomile tea is abundant in flavones, a class of antioxidants.
Flavones have been studied for their potential to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, which are important markers of your heart disease risk
One study of 64 diabetic patients found that those who drank chamomile tea with meals had noteworthy improvements in their total cholesterol, triglyceride and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels, compared to those who drank water.
- Soothes Cold & Sore Throats.
- Studies indicate that inhaling steam with chamomile extract has been helpful in common cold symptoms.
Studies have shown that chamomile tea can help to soothe sore throats and reduce hoarseness. A dollop of honey in a cup of chamomile tea is especially beneficial, since honey also contains soothing, antimicrobial properties.
- Anticancer Activity
- Most evaluations of tumor growth inhibition by chamomile involve studies with apigenin which is one of the bioactive constituents of chamomile.
In a recently conducted study, chamomile extracts were shown to cause minimal growth inhibitory effects on normal cells but showed significant reductions in cell viability in various human cancer cell lines. Chamomile exposure induced apoptosis in cancer cells but not in normal cells at similar doses
- Gastrointestinal conditions
- Chamomile is used traditionally for numerous gastrointestinal conditions, including digestive disorders, "spasm" or colic, upset stomach, flatulence (gas), ulcers, and gastrointestinal irritation (53). Chamomile is especially helpful in dispelling gas, soothing the stomach, and relaxing the muscles that move food through the intestines.
- Aids in Anxiety and seizure
- Chamomile has been reported in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).
Pure Chamomile Flower Buds
How To make Chamomile Tea at home?
- Add a cup of water to a pot.
- Bring the water to the boil, then turn off the heat.
- Add around 4-5 buds of Desi Grub Chamomile Tea to the water.
- Cover the pot and let the leaves steep for 5 minutes, or according to taste.
- Strain the tea into a mug.
- Or, add 4-5 buds of the Desi Grub Chamomile Tea to the boiling water at low flame for 2-3 minutes and strain the tea into a cup to enjoy.
- Or, add ice cubes to the decoction of the Chamomile flower to enjoy iced tea.
- May add Desi Grub Raw White Honey for added taste and advantage.3
MRP: 600 RS
Net Wt: 40 Gms
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