Chamomile tea, a remedial herb has been a native to countries like Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America. Although we might all just think of this as a tea to help us out with a sore throat or maybe even been stressed, and needed to drink a warm cup of chamomile tea, there’s a lot more that chamomile tea that is able to help us out with.
If you’ve ever been to the beach and didn’t put sunscreen on and the UV rays affected your skin and made it turn red, chamomile tea is your best friend. Just put water to boil up and insert the tea bags into the pot. Afterward you just grab a towel and soak it into the tea and apply it in the sunburned area.
2. Under Eye Dark Circles
Next time you finish drinking chamomile tea don’t throw the tea bags away. Just store them away in the refrigerator. The reason is if you haven’t been sleeping good or been stressed out, and you notice your under eyes are darkening just apply the cold tea bag on your eyes for approximately two to three minutes. This will help reduce puffiness around your eyes. After you do this, you should feel and see the differences in your eyes, and how they look.
3. Muscle Spasms and Period Pain
If you’ve ever been on your period, then you know the pain you go through and chamomile tea is your best friend during that time of the month. Just boil water and pour the water into the mug, afterward just put a tea bag in and pour in the honey, cut a lime in half and squeeze it into the mug. This relaxes the uterus and reduces the pain.
4. Sleep and Treats Insomnia
Chamomile tea is able to help you out if you aren’t getting enough sleep. It relaxes the nerves and is able to help out the nervous system, which is able to help you sleep. Also, since there isn’t much caffeine in the tea, it’s great to drink it before you sleep.
5. Treats Wounds and Cuts
The plant that the chamomile tea is from has an anti-inflammatory property. Since it’s been used by Romans, Greeks, and Egyptians to help treat wounds and helps them heal faster. This also helps with skin conditions like Eczema.