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As Vedic Teas, we take great pride in the fact that we import only leaves that are 100 percent pure and that have been carefully handpicked for their remarkable flavour and distinctive tea profile. Our staff of experienced tea tasters carefully chooses each lot throughout each growing season. This is a skill that has been perfected over the course of the past two decades through unrelenting dedication and expertise.

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Herbal Benefits of Chamomile Tea And How To Brew?

Herbal Benefits of Chamomile Tea And How To Brew?

Posted by Sameer Pruthee on 23rd Jul 2023

Chamomile is found in two spices, the most commonly used German Chamomile (Matricaria recutita), and Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile). Sold in markets and by speciality vendors, Chamomile is consumed in flower form, in teas and herbal infusions.

Common uses of Chamomile are for digestive and inflammatory conditions, menstrual pain and cramps, nervous tension, and irritable bowel syndrome. Chamomile is largely sourced from Europe and Egypt. Developing sources are now found in temperate Asia, Australia, and North America.

At Vedic Teas we offer many Chamomile blends

Chamomile should not be consumed by pregnant or breast-feeding women. Always consult your health practitioner before you start consuming herbs and herbal blends.

Brewing Chamomile Flowers and Herbal Infusions

For best results use 2 teaspoons per 300ml cup, 8-10 minutes brewing time.


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