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Benefits of drinking chamomile tea daily

Welcome back to Tea Jubilee!

Ok so if you know me like my siblings and parents, they would tell you how much I just, really love this tea! This Tea is not only great tasting but it has so many great health benefits! ????

Oh, I can hear you want to read more so go on and read the post, I have one question at the end of the post don’t miss it, please.

benefits of drinking chamomile tea daily is a popular herbal drink made from dried chamomile flowers. See how to make this caffeine-free tisane, hot and cold.


Chamomile Tea is an herbal infusion made from dried chamomile flowers steeped in water.

It’s naturally caffeine-free.

Chamomile is a flowering plant with white petals and a mustard-yellow center that looks like a daisy.

There are a few varieties of chamomile and only two types are used for tea: German chamomile and the Roman Chamomile.

Chamomile Herbal tea is considered to aid in relaxation so it’s a common ingredient in tea blends to help you sleep,

Benefits of drinking chamomile tea daily, How to Brew this tea.

TEA: 1 tablespoon loose chamomile tea
WATER: 1 cup (8 fl. oz.)
STEEP TIME: 5 minutes

TEA: 1 tablespoon loose chamomile tea
WATER: 1 cup (8 fl. oz.)
STEEP TIME: 12 hours



  • Chamomile loose tea or tea sachet
  • Tap water
  • Teapot with strainer
    I use this all the time since it’s so easy to clean.
  • Electric kettle with a temperature setting
    A must for all tea drinkers.


  • Chamomile loose tea or tea sachet
  • Tapwater
  • Teapot with strainer
  • Ice

HOW TO MAKE HOT CHAMOMILE TEA PROPERLYbenefits of drinking chamomile tea daily

  1. Rinse the flowers with cool water.
  2. Warm your teapot with boiling water.
  3. Add the apple slices to the pot and mash them with a wooden spoon.
  4. Add the chamomile flowers and pour in the 2 cups boiling water.
  5. Cover and steep for 3-5 minutes.
  6. Strain the tea into two cups.
  7. Add honey to taste.
  8. Drink and enjoy!

(I don’t like my chamomile tea sweetened, but if you do, try Honey instead of Sugar, it is so much healthier than sugar)


  1.  Put chamomile tea and cool or room temperature water in a pitcher or glass container.
    Use filtered water if possible for the best-tasting cold-brewed iced tea.
    I’m using a glass teapot with a strainer but you can also use a cold brew maker which is specifically made for making cold brew tea or coffee.
  2.  Cover the pitcher and put it in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours.
    You can leave it in the refrigerator to cold brew for up to 24 hours.
  3. Strain out chamomile flowers and pour tea into a cup

If you want to make iced chamomile tea, the best way is to cold-brew it. With cold brew, adding ice is optional.

If you want to sweeten your chamomile tea, use sugar. It’ll be the easiest to incorporate into your tea.

Just add the sugar to the hot water until it dissolves

Chamomile Herbal Tea Tips

  • Use a glass teapot to make herbal tea so you can see the pretty herbals in the water.
  • Cold-brewed chamomile can be steeped for 12-24 hours in the refrigerator but you can brew it for longer since it won’t get bitter.
  • You can use sugar by dissolving it in hot water.

Q&A. What is so special about this tea?

Is there caffeine?

Nope, there’s not a trace of caffeine in chamomile tea. It makes for a great nighttime drink since it’s caffeine-free. and if you want to hear about a brand new tea that is GREAT for bedtime like this one. Go right here for the tea recipe on How it is great for bedtime.

Loose tea, tea sachets, or tea bags?

For the best quality chamomile tea, use loose tea. Tea sachets are next in quality and tea bags are the lowest in quality since the chamomile are all crushed into tiny bits.

Is chamomile tea a real tea?

All herbal teas, including chamomile, are not real or true teas. Real tea only comes from the camellia Sinensis plant, and since chamomile comes from the chamomile plant it’s not a real tea.

Chamomile Tea (Hot)

Prep TIME: 2 mins

STEEP TIME: 5 mins

TOTAL TIME: 7 mins

COURSE Drinks YIELD: 1 serving


  • 1 cup water + more to warm teapot for hot tea
  • 1 tablespoon chamomile loose tea


  • Boil water. If using an electric kettle with a temperature setting, set it to 208°F. Boil a little more water than needed so that it can be used to warm up the teapot. Filtered water is best.
  • Warm up the teapot. Pour some hot water into a teapot and swirl it around a bit. Discard the water.
  • Put chamomile tea into a teapot and add hot water.
  • Cover teapot and steep for 5 minutes.
  • Strain chamomile flowers and pour hot tea into a teacup.


1. Put chamomile tea and cool or room temperature water in a pitcher or glass container. Filtered water is best for a better-tasting iced tea.

2. Cover the pitcher and put it in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours.

3. Strain out chamomile flowers and pour tea into a cup. Ice is optional since the tea is already cold. TO SWEETEN ICED CHAMOMILE TEA To sweeten iced chamomile tea, use any kind of sweetener you like.  And add the hot water until sugar dissolves.

And if you are looking for something to bake, check out this great recipe  ????

And now I am here with the question ???? Please leave a comment and tell me what you think of this great tea. And please go here for another wonderful recipe (Hint: It’s sweet!)

And that’s everything to know about Chamolie Herbal Tea, I have to give you one more link to head too! Ready for it? Here it is. Writer’s Trial is a site that is filled with stories that people have written and who knows, yours truly might have a story on there too ???? But all that aside this site is such a great one to go on as you enjoy your freshly brewed cup of tea.

Thanks for reading all about the benefits of drinking chamomile tea daily

Thank you oh so much for reading this post!! And if you make this one, I would really love your feedback.

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