Chamomile tea holds undeniable virtues, notably on sleep and digestive issues. When you use chamomile flowers, your body benefits from all the plant’s goodness. Our ancestors used this tea recipe widely. It’s making a grand comeback in our habits, likely driven by a genuine quest for authenticity.
To make chamomile tea, you need the following:
- 1 tablespoon of dried chamomile flowers
- 1 cup of water (25 cl)
How to prepare chamomile tea:
Put chamomile flowers in a filter ball or directly into your cup.
Pour boiling water and let steep for 10 minutes.
If you didn’t manage to trap the flowers in a filter, strain the infusion.
Drinking chamomile tea several times a day aids digestion and enhances sleep.
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