How to Make Chamomile Tea

How to Make Chamomile Tea

How to Make Chamomile Tea

Recipe by Gennysser
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Chamomile Tea Recipe

Course: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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  • 2 Tbsp 2 chamomile flower heads (dried or fresh)

  • 2 cups 2 water (filtered or distilled)

  • 2 tsp 2 agave nectar of any honey of your choice


  • Heat the water either in a stovetop pot or in a kettle to a boil.
  • Once the water is boiling, turn the heat off.
  • Add the chamomile flower heads and allow them to steep for 4-5 minutes.
  • Strain the tea from the pot to a cup using a tea or coffee strainer.
  • Add honey and stir.
How to Make Chamomile Tea

Chamomile Tea Benefits

(Chamomilla recutita)

chamomile tea is very easy to make and chamomile flower heads can be used fresh or dried. This pleasant-tasting chamomile tea will help you with poor sleep, indigestion and travel sickness. Drink this chamomile tea at night after dinner when you feel like wanting to wind down from your busy day and get a good night sleep.


Chamomile Herb Benefits

  • Chamomile will soothe inflammation, acidity, and cramps while at the same time, encouraging an effective recovery.
  • Chamomile tea has been used to relief pains and menstrual cramps since the Roman times. It was also used for it’s calming properties.
  • Regular cups of chamomile tea can make a difference in inflammatory conditions such as gastritis and colitis.
  • Chamomile tea can be useful in treating muscle tension due to stress, tension and overwork.
  • Chamomile can help in releasing anxiety and nervous stress that interferes with normal digestive function. It can help with digestive problems such as indigestion, bloating and gas.
  • The most commonly used chamomile herb is the German Chamomile. It is native to Europe and Western Asia.

If you are looking for more tea recipes that promote relaxation and sleep, I encourage you to try my recipe: Valerian Root Tea.

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