Chamomile tea has been known since ancient times.

It is recognizable by its beautiful scent. Grows along the road and on barren land.

Their stem is hollow and the flower is yellow in the middle and the white petals around. It is an annual plant. Height from about 20 to 50 cm.

Only flowers are picked for tea.
Use of chamomile

Chamomile can also be used to clean the face.

As well as for rinsing the eyes and all parts that are inflamed.

It is also used for accelerated wound healing and to prevent fertilization.

And chamomile tea is used for stomach problems, cramps, diarrhoea, intestinal pain. It is also used as a sedative. Women who have painful menstruation should drink 1 cup of chamomile tea every day.

If you suffer from insomnia before bed you can drink a cup of chamomile tea so you can sleep more easily. Chamomile is not addictive and is not harmful.

Raises glycine levels in the body. Glycine is an amino acid that relaxes nerves and muscles. Acts on various skin problems such as mild dermatitis and allergies.

Just like Aloe Vera, it is found in cosmetics.

Numerous creams, lotion, tonic and balm for sensitive skin.

Tip: So if you want your hair to shine in the sun, rinse it with chamomile tea. If you have scalp inflammation you can rub chamomile oil. Regular rubbing will reduce your inflammation.

Chamomile contains many active ingredients, including various antioxidants and volatile oils.

I recommend using as much chamomile as possible for both the body and the shine of your hair
Enjoy a mild but healthy chamomile tea.

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