Chamomile Health Drink

KSh 260.00

Chamomile100g: Ksh230/-

Chamomile Tea Bag: Ksh275/-




Chamomile is a herb that comes from a flowering plant from the daisy family. Both the fresh and dried flowers of chamomile have been used to create teas for centuries to cure a number of health problems. The active ingredient in chamomile essential oil is known as bisabolol which  has a number of anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties


Benefits of Chamomile:

Chamomile can be used topically or orally to treat a number of everyday ailments such as:

  1. Insomnia and other sleep disorders
  2. Anxiety and panic attacks
  3. Muscle twitches
  4. Wounds, burns, and scrapes
  5. Skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, chickenpox, and diaper rash

Stomach problems such as menstrual cramps, stomach flu, ulcers, and many more.



  1. Home remedy for insomnia
  2. Home remedy for stomach cramps
  3. Home remedy for irritable bowel syndrome
  4. Reducing menstrual pain
  5. Treating diabetes and lowering blood sugar
  6. Slowing or preventing osteoporosis
  7. Slowing or preventing osteoporosis
  8. Cancer treatment and prevention
  9. Helping with sleep and relaxation
  10. Treating cold symptoms
  11. Treatment for mild skin conditions


Who should avoid chamomile tea?

The following groups should avoid chamomile unless advised otherwise by a doctor:

  1. People with a history of severe allergies, particularly to pollens: Chamomile may be contaminated with pollen from other plants so can cause an allergic reaction.
  2. People who have previously had an allergic reaction, even mild, to chamomile products: They should avoid chamomile, as allergic reactions can get worse with time.
  3. Infants and very young children: Chamomile tea, similarly to honey and some other natural products, may be contaminated with botulism spores. Most healthy adults can fight off the infection, but infants may not be able to. Many doctors recommend infants and young children avoid honey, and they should also avoid chamomile products.

It is also not safe to use chamomile as a substitute for proven medical treatments. If someone is taking any medications, they should ask their doctor about potential interactions with chamomile tea.



Chamomile tea has been used in folk medicine for thousands of years, often with encouraging results. For now, however, it remains a supplement and not a medication.

People interested in trying chamomile tea should use it as a supplement, and not a replacement for their usual medication regimen. In regular doses, such as 1 to 2 cups a day, it is possible to see incremental health improvements.



1. What is chamomile known for?

Chamomile is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind. Chamomile preparations are commonly used for many human ailments such as hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, wounds, gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatic pain, hemorrhoids

2. What does chamomile do to the brain?

Chamomile is widely recognized as a mild tranquilizer and sleep-inducer. It is thought that chamomile may increase brain neurotransmitter activity (serotonin, dopamine, and noradrenaline) and thereby have positive effects on mood and anxiety.

3. Does chamomile affect serotonin?

It is thought that chamomile may boost chemicals in the brain that can affect mood, such as serotonin, dopamine, and noradrenaline. These are natural chemical messengers that are present in the brain, and it is thought that boosting these chemicals can be helpful in depression.

4. Does chamomile lower heart rate?

Yes, it is good to take Chamomile Tea. But excess use of this is not good for health. Yes, it can increase heart rate, so tachycardia patients should consult with us before taking these.

5. Does chamomile help depression?

Conclusion: Chamomile may provide a clinically meaningful antidepressant activity that occurs in addition to its previously observed anxiolytic activity.

6. Is chamomile tea good for the kidneys?

Summary: Drinking chamomile tea daily with meals may help prevent the complications of diabetes, which include loss of vision, nerve damage, and kidney damage, researchers in Japan and the United Kingdom are reporting.

7. Why does chamomile make you calm?

GABA receptors are the same receptors that bind to benzodiazepines, which are commonly used as anti-anxiety drugs because they have a calming effect. Similarly, when the apigenin in chamomile binds to GABA receptors, it has a sedative and relaxing effect — that’s why chamomile tea can make you feel sleepy

8. Is chamomile good for respiratory infection?

Chamomile tea. Both hot chamomile tea infusion and inhaling the hot steam with chamomile extract may help deal with respiratory problems. Moreover, studies showed that chamomile tea has anti-bacterial properties and may help in treating infections related to the common cold

9. Is chamomile tea good for the liver?

Chamomile Tea
It contains sesquiterpene lactone content which helps the liver clear its detoxification pathways. And, finally the anti-inflammatory properties of the herb further allow the body to effectively deal with the smooth functioning of the detoxification process.

 10. Is chamomile tea good for your stomach?

Chamomile tea reduces abdominal gas, which alleviates sensations of pain caused by stomach cramps. This tea also contains anti-inflammatory properties that can help soothe stomach conditions including irritable bowel syndrome.

11. What medications should not be taken with chamomile tea?

Drugs That Chamomile Should Not Be Used With:

  • Anti-seizure drugs, such as phenytoin (Dilantin) and valproic acid (Depakote)
  • Barbiturates.
  • Benzodiazepines, such as alprazolam (Xanax) and diazepam (Valium)
  • Drugs for insomnia, such as zolpidem (Ambien), zaleplon (Sonata), eszopiclone (Lunesta), and ramelteon (Rozerem)


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