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XAMOMILIChamomile tea has sedative, astringent and anti-inflammatory properties and acts as a painkiller. It is beneficial for the digestive system and stimulates the immune system. Considered safe enough to give babies in their bottles, lukewarm chamomile tea is a traditional home remedy for infants and children suffering from colic, diarrhea and fever.

The American Academy of Family Physicians confirms that chamomile tea may help soothe babies with colic, but that it's helpful to show your pediatrician the tea's label to ensure that the dose isn't too strong. Because chamomile relaxes the muscles, it appears to soothe upset stomach and diarrhea, and the UMMC recommends that children under 5 take no more than 1/2 cup of tea a day, while babies with colic should be given no more than 1 to 2 oz. per day. Make sure the liquid cools before giving it to children or babies.

Chamomile tea Benefits:

XAMOMHLIChamomile tea relieves muscle spasms and menstrual cramps in women.
XAMOMHLIChamomile tea boosts the immune system and fight infections associated with colds.
XAMOMHLIChamomile tea relaxes the nerves.
XAMOMHLIChamomile tea soothes the stomach.
XAMOMHLIChamomile tea reduces inflammation.
XAMOMHLIChamomile tea improves liver function.
XAMOMHLIChamomile tea helps relieve back pain.
XAMOMHLIChamomile tea helps relieve rheumatism.

Preparation: For each cup of herbal tea, use 1/2 teaspoon of herbal blend in a percolator or if you prefer the traditional way add 1/2 teaspoon of herbal blend in a cup of hot water, cover for 5 minutes and then drain. You can add brown sugar,honey or lemon.

Dosage: Recommended 1-3 cups per day.

Ingredients: Chamomilehot_herb

If you are in medication treatment, consult your doctor.
Not to be taken by people allergic to the ingredients of the product.

Net weight 20gr.| About 50 cups



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