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The Goodness Of Manzanilla Tea


Manzanilla tea or others call it chamomile tea, is an herbal, caffeine-free tea that is used to treat a range of health problems – from colds to insomnia to menstrual cramps. Around the world, people drink more than 1 million cups of this tea as it is widely available in restaurants, bars, and grocery stores.

Want to learn more about the goodness of manzanilla tea? Read on.


Helps Promote Good Sleep


Manzanilla tea has a relaxing and soothing effect. It is often used to promote sleep.

In a 2015 study published in the Journal of Advanced Nursing, researchers have found that women who consumed manzanilla tea for two weeks had experienced less fatigue, improved quality of sleep, and less depressive symptoms of postpartum.


Aids in Digestion


Traditionally, Manzanilla tea is used to treat colic in children, irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal pain, upset stomach, and stomach ulcers. It has antioxidants that can help lower down acid output and decrease leukotrienes, which causes ulcers.

A formula of Manzanilla flowers, licorice roots, and peppermint leaves can help prevent the development of gastric ulcers. Consume a tea out of this formula 30 minutes before each meal.


Helps Improve Heart Health


Studies revealed that Manzanilla tea can help lower down LDL cholesterol and blood pressure, thus keeping our heart healthy. Thanks to its flavonoids which helps lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.


Helps Treat Cold


Manzanilla tea is great for people suffering from terrible colds. Consume a hot cup of it and see how the magic works. Also, inhaling steam from manzanilla tea can help ease a runny nose, nasal congestion, and sore throat.


Helps Manage Blood Sugar


Manzanilla tea contains an antioxidant known as quercetin which has an impact on certain enzymes that are part of the diabetic response.

Consumption of the tea three times a day immediately after each meal for eight weeks was associated with lower levels of serum insulin levels and insulin resistance related to diabetes.


Helps Reduce Muscle Spasms And Period Pain


In a study published in the Journal of Agriculture and Chemistry, experts have found that manzanilla tea has antispasmodic and pain-relieving properties that can help relaxes the uterus and decrease the production of prostaglandins (hormone-like substances that cause inflammation and pain).


Helps Boost Skin Health


This benefit is mainly attributed to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. Applying it topically can help reduce acne breakout, eliminate acne scars, and fade dark spots. Moreover, its antioxidants also protect the skin from the damaging effects of free radicals, accelerates cell and tissue regeneration, helps tighten the pores, and slows down the aging process.

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