2 star 2020 Great Taste Award
naturally caffeine free
1 calorie per cup
What's special about this tea?
Most chamomile teas are made by crushing the flowers - not a nice thing to do. The best chamomile tea comes from brewing the whole flowers - which is exactly what we do. The chamomile flower is celebrated for its health benefits, which include calming, aiding sleep and supporting digestion.
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how does it taste?
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nutrition per 100ml
- 1 kcal
- 0 sugar
- 0 fat
- trace carbohydrate
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A cup of comforting, fragrant chamomile tea can be the perfect way to soothe stress and invite relaxation after a long day. Teapigs Chamomile Flowers Tea Bags are an excellent choice for those days when you need a little extra calm in your life. The tea bags contain whole chamomile flowers rather than the crushed versions found in other teas, giving them a wonderfully unique taste and aroma.
What is Chamomile Flowers Tea?
Chamomile tea comes from the Asteraceae family of plants, also known as the daisy family, and it has a long and rich history, with its origins dating back to ancient cultures that used fresh and dried flowers for medicinal purposes. The tea has a light, honey-like sweetness with very subtle apple undertones. Chamomile Flowers Tea bags are produced from the flower petals of the chamomile plant. The blossoms have a complex aroma and flavour, with a somewhat sweet floral perfume, and the tea is pale yellow, with a mild floral flavour and aroma from the use of fresh chamomile flowers.
Benefits of Chamomile Flowers Tea
Chamomile, best known as a tea for relaxation and unwinding after a hard day, packs a powerful punch when it comes to keeping your mind and body healthy. For generations, a cup of chamomile tea before bed has been recommended to improve sleep quality and quantity. But the benefits of chamomile extend beyond just improving sleep! Chamomile may also improve blood sugar regulation in diabetics by suppressing blood sugar and aiding in the storage of glycogen in the liver.
Why should you buy Chamomile Tea Bags online from Teapigs?
Our award-winning Chamomile Tea bags are sure to win over even the fussiest tea lovers. Most chamomile teas are created by crushing the flowers, which is not a nice thing to do. The best chamomile tea is made by brewing the entire flower, which is exactly what we do. There are few things as soothing as a cup of chamomile tea in the evening. We believe that a cup of our soothing Chamomile tea is just what you need to bring some quiet into your hectic day.
How to brew Chamomile Flowers Tea?
Brewing Teapigs Chamomile Flowers Tea is a simple and enjoyable process.
Follow these instructions to brew your tea:
- 1. First, take a Teapigs Chamomile Flowers Tea Bag and place it in a cup or mug.
- 2. Next, add freshly boiled water to the cup or mug.
- 3. Then dip the tea bag into hot water for two to three minutes.
- 4. Now that your tea has been brewed, you can add any additional sweeteners such as honey or sugar if you like a sweeter-tasting tea.
- Finally, stir all the ingredients together until they’re well mixed and enjoy!
FAQs on Chamomile Flowers Tea
Q. Does Chamomile tea have caffeine?
A. No, chamomile tea doesn’t contain caffeine. Chamomile is made from dried flower buds of the chamomile plant and is known for being naturally caffeine-free. This means that you can still enjoy the calming properties of chamomile tea without having to worry about being wired up all night from caffeine!
Q. Does Chamomile tea help sleep?
A. Yes, chamomile tea has been known to help improve sleep quality. Chamomile has mild sedative properties and helps the body relax before bedtime. It also contains flavonoids and antioxidants that may help reduce inflammation in the body, which can contribute to difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
Q. Can you drink Chamomile tea with milk?
A. Yes, you can drink Chamomile tea with milk. Adding milk to chamomile tea can be a great way to enhance its flavour and nutritional profile. Milk adds creaminess, protein, and fat that help balance out the naturally sweet flavours of chamomile. Adding non-dairy milk like almond or oat can also provide an extra boost of vitamins and minerals.
Q. Is Chamomile tea safe for pregnancy?
A. Chamomile tea is generally considered safe for pregnant women to consume, and it can be a great way to relax and unwind during pregnancy. So go ahead, indulge in a cup of Chamomile tea - it's just what the doctor ordered!