Chamomile tea was used thousands of years ago in ancient Egypt, honored for it’s diverse curative properties. The blossoms are steeped to produce a fragrant smelling liquor, that has a soft, smooth taste with no hint of the bitterness that many herbal infusions can suffer from. Some of the more common uses for Chamomile throughout the ages has been to promote a restful sleep, as an anti-inflammatory, to relieve the symptoms of the common cold as well as stress, and even help with back pain. Being a herb, it is naturally 100% caffeine free.
Please note that Chamomile should not be used in large quantities during pregnancy, and is a member of the daisy family of plants, which includes ragweed, and therefore may induce an allergic reaction.