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Benefits Of Chamomile Tea And Why Do I Love It?



I remember ordering my first box of different flavours of tea a few years back and finding chamomile in it. It was an orange bag, with a soothing and soft fragrance that influenced the soul more than the tongue. I was a fan of the tea then and I am a fan of the same flavour and benefits of chamomile tea today.

Chamomile tea has a smooth texture and a smoother flavour. It has a rich taste profile and when it comes to benefits, it delivers more than you expect. It has always been associated with inner peace but benefits of chamomile tea extend to other horizons as well. Let’s explore.

Health benefits of drinking chamomile tea

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It relives stress

Chamomile tea has ingredients that reduce stress and break spells of anxiety. It soothes the mind, relaxes the body and improves the mood.

It improves the quality of sleep

Chamomile tea releases hormones in the body that reduce stress and as a result you feel happier and better. These feelings make you feel lighter and sleep better.

It boosts immunity

Consuming chamomile tea on a regular basis increases the body’s resistance and ability to fight against diseases like common cold and fly. It also benefits conditions like chest congestion and sinus.

It treats cuts and wounds

You will be surprised to know that chamomile has been used by Egyptians and Greeks in the ancient times to treat wounds and skin conditions. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties which can help in conditions like eczema.

It treats the ulcer pain

Ulcers are dreadful and if you suffer from one, you know what I am talking about. Consuming chamomile tea regularly helps in reducing pain induced due to an ulcer in the stomach.

It calms down muscle spasms

Chamomile tea has strong anti-inflammatory properties which treat stomach cramps effectively and also help in intestinal cramps. In fact, any bowel problem can be cured with a cup of chamomile tea.

Skin benefits of drinking chamomile tea

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It lightens the skin

Chamomile tea acts as a natural skin bleaching agent. Chamomile is full of antioxidants which boost the glow of the skin and lighten the complexion.

It reduces the acne

If acne loves your skin, it’s time to fall in love with chamomile tea. Chamomile tea helps in treating the fade spots and eliminate acne scars and even stop acne from appearing on the skin.

It can treat sun burns

Antioxidant properties of the chamomile tea can sooth and treat the sun burns with high effectiveness. Dip a towel in brewed chamomile tea and apply it on the sun burnt area.

It reduces dark circles under the eyes

After you have used the chamomile tea bags, place them under your eyes on the dark spots and watch those dark circles fade away.

Chamomile tea and hair

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It removes dandruff

Drinking chamomile tea regularly can also take care of dandruff problem. It soothes the scalp and promotes a healthy head.

It enriches the hair colour

Using chamomile tea as the final hair cleanser after the hair wash imparts a beautiful golden glow to the hair. People with blonde hair can make the most of it. Mixing chamomile tea is henna will give dark hair a natural highlight.

However, Before You Consume Chamomile Tea

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Benefits of chamomile tea are endless. However, like any other thing, there are a few reasons why you should not be consuming chamomile tea.


Chamomile belongs to the daisy family of flowers and if you are allergic to this family, it will be in your interest if you do not consume chamomile tea. In fact, you should avoid chamomile if you are allergic to chrysanthemum, daisy or marigold.

Medical Condition

If you are scheduled to undergo a surgery in next two weeks, you should stop drinking chamomile tea. Chamomile tea has coumarin which is a blood thinner and can make things hard for your doctor.


While the connection between pregnancy and chamomile is still under observation, it is good to avoid chamomile tea during pregnancy until studies prove otherwise. In case you wish to consume chamomile while pregnant, consult with your doctor before consuming it.

Purnima is the brain behind #ootdiva and loves to brag about it. She is a personal stylist, a trained make-up artist and a professional content writer. You can follow her on Instagram at @PurnimaMadaan



  1. Madhu

    November 25, 2018 at 5:27 am

    I never knew about this…but I am glad you shared about this…thanks a lot…I am sure I will try this now !

  2. Pooja Bhandari

    November 24, 2018 at 7:07 am

    Thanks for the info. It seems like a real healthy drink and good substitute of tea.

  3. Docdivatraveller

    November 23, 2018 at 2:10 am

    Although I am well aware of the benefits of chamomile, jasmine and other herbal teas, I am still fan of the unhealthy milk and sugar version ?

  4. Anu

    November 22, 2018 at 2:37 pm

    sounds like I really need to get habituated with this tea. Amazing benefits

  5. Charu Chittwal

    November 20, 2018 at 10:10 pm

    I have heard about Chamomile tea, but haven’t tried it yet, thank you for sharing such an amazing blog on the same, it surely sounds something worth trying

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