Chamomile is renowned for its medicinal properties and benefits for health and beauty. It is a grass native to Asia, Europe, Australia and North America, flowers at the beginning of summers.
The infusion, derived from this flower of chamomile, is of golden color and has a delicious and fruity flavor. This delicious remedy alleviates various health-related problems, such as intestinal and gastric disorders, anxiety, insomnia, mouth ulcers and much more.
Here are the incredible benefits and medicinal virtues of chamomile for skin, hair and health.
Chamomile infusion is renowned for these amazing healing properties: acts as an antioxidant, cleanser and moisturizer for the skin, and is considered an effective remedy for any skin problems.
Stuffed with great healing properties, chamomile is also used as herbal tea to accelerate the healing process of minor injuries and also disinfects them. Initially used by Greeks, Egyptians and Romans as healing cures to treat external ulcers and sores.
The chamomile tea is calming, it is an excellent natural bleaching agent for the skin. It helps to lighten your complexion and make it radiant. It tightens the pores and softens the skin, which helps blur the spots and scars of inflammation.
Due to its attenuating and antioxidant properties, chamomile tea is very effective in soothing skin irritation, such as psoriasis and eczema.
This magical plant is a source of antioxidants that helps you to fight against acne and escapes. It can be used as an infusion in internal and external treatment, and using chamomile oil locally on irritated areas.
Damage caused by free radicals is a major factor in premature aging. The chamomile tea protects the skin from this and helps to retain your charm for a long time.
Placing sachets of chamomile tea cooled under the eyes, helps to reduce swelling of the eyes. It also relieves and soothes tired eyes.
When mixed with milk powder, chamomile tea is an excellent cleanser and facial scrub. It removes the dead cells secreted by the skin, revealing the new cells.
If consumed regularly, chamomile tea nourishes and moisturizes your skin from the inside out. You can also use chamomile in your home beauty recipes to enjoy its beautiful skin benefits.
Chamomile tea can be packed in small plastic bags or in compressors, or even turned into ice cubes and used on tired eyes to treat dark circles or puffy eye problems. Keep the chamomile tea bags on your eyes for five minutes, then wash them in cold water.
The chamomile tea has a lot to offer for hair care too. Among the virtues of this plant for the hair one can quote that:
A camomile tea rinse instantly illuminates blonde hair. If combined with henna, it creates natural reflections for black hair. Chamomile tea as the final rinse of the hair adds a golden shine to brown hair. You can also use rinse with chamomile tea regularly to lighten your hair over a period of time.
Chamomile is also very effective in preventing dandruff and soothe itchy scalp.
Chamomile has strong antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory properties, effective in treating stomach cramps and intestinal cramps. Herbal tea also reduces intestinal problems and relieves gas and bloating.
Drinking chamomile tea twice a day will treat problems like irritable bowel syndrome, gastroenteritis, Crohn's disease, nausea, cramps and inflammations of the stomach.
Chamomile tea is known as an effective solution to relieve menstrual spasms because it relaxes the muscles of the uterus and relieves cramps. It increases glycine levels, which helps to reduce muscle spasms.
When taken regularly, the infusion of chamomile can soothe the pain of stomach ulcers. If you have undergone an operation following a stone formation in the stomach, the infusion can prevent the reformation of the latter.
Chamomile has antibacterial properties that help prevent and treat colds and coughs while protecting against infections and diseases related to bacteria. This therefore increases immunity, Consuming infusion protects you against various microbes.
Chamomile infusion helps maintain blood sugar levels at its normal level and therefore helps control diabetes. You can consult your doctor for the required dose of chamomile infusion.
The intake of chamomile tea soothes the nerves in the body, helps against varicose veins and forms, heals swollen veins, and also helps to treat hemorrhoids.
The chamomile tea decreases cramps and burns in the stomach, when you suffer from irritable bowel syndrome. This also reduces the formation of gas and bloating in the digestive tract. It also helps you to eliminate heartburn and soothe digestive system disorders.
Chamomile tea is a very effective remedy for treating skin rashes and other types of skin allergies. Simply dip a cotton ball into the refrigerated chamomile tea and apply it to areas prone to allergy. When consumed internally, infusion can soothe and relieve the entire system and help you eliminate allergy symptoms.
Chamomile is a therapeutic and medicinal herb, known as an effective remedy, and has been shown to be beneficial in the treatment of migraines and headaches. A cup of hot chamomile tea can help you get instant relief from headaches, especially when used in combination with rosemary, ginger and lavender.
Chamomile tea is an excellent remedy for insomnia and sleep disorders. The sedative properties of this plant will help you to sleep better and faster, it offers a deep and comfortable sleep.
Regular intake of chamomile infusion can help you sleep well and relieve you from sleep disturbances.
By buying chamomile infusion in a grocery store or herbalist, always look for products that are formulated from whole flower heads. This will ensure that you get most of its benefits.
Preserve the chamomile in an airtight pot and store it in a dry place, away from direct sunlight.
Chamomile infusion can be prepared at home by following a few simple steps:
Warm up your tea pot by pouring boiling water, then add slices of apple, soaking it with a wooden spoon.
Add pre-washed chamomile flowers to boiling water.
Cover the pot and leave the flowers stiff for a few minutes.
Pull the tea and add lemon juice or honey.
Consuming a cup of infusion of scented camomile can be one of the best practices you can do for yourself. Have you ever tried to drink the infusion of chamomile? How was your experience going? We would like to hear from you. Share your views in the comments area below.
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