Uses & Benefits of Chamomile: A State of Calmness & Well-Being

Introduction

Visualize: after a long day, you get home, wash up, and unwind on the couch with a cozy blanket, a distracting book, and that lovely bottle of Bird's Nest with Chamomile. Sounds luxurious and relaxing, right? It's not just the ritual that provides a soothing effect. From alleviating insomnia to staving off the common cold, Chamomile boasts heaps of surprising health benefits, so much so that this ingredient is synonymous with calmness and well-being.

The light and delicate taste profile of Chamomile is deliciously smooth and universally pleasing to most palettes. These daisy-like flowers contain flavonoids, sesquiterpenes, and antioxidants. Once dried, they may be utilized as a gentle natural remedy that can be consumed daily for all ages.

Benefits

TREATING DIABETES & LOWER BLOOD SUGAR

Quercetin, an antioxidant found in Chamomile, impacts certain enzymes that are part of the diabetic response. If you’ve been struggling with your blood sugar level, studies have found that sipping Chamomile regularly improves glycaemic control and blood lipid profile, preventing blood sugar from increasing and reducing the long-term risk of diabetes complications.

Please bear in mind that Chamomile is not a viable replacement for diabetes medications, but it may help supplement existing treatments.

CANCER PREVENTION & TREATMENT

Studies suggest that Chamomile further comprises anti-cancer properties. As a primary active component of Chamomile, Apigenin has been found to reduce blood supply to cancerous tumors, inhibiting cancer cell growth. Supplementarily, Chamomile may also benefit mouth ulcers caused by chemotheraapy or radiation.

IMMUNE SYSTEM

Chamomile is a lovely choice if you're feeling under the weather. A heralded health benefit is its ability to help boost one's immune system, preventing the common cold and flu. Having Chamomile as a regular part of your routine has the potential to help you avoid getting sick in the first place. Not only does the aromatic scent help clear congested sinuses, but anti-bacterial properties also work to defeat undesirable bacteria and viruses that can cause significant damage to your immune system.

SLEEP & RELAXATION

With a warm, soothing nature, one of the most common reasons for consuming Chamomile is its powerful ability to aid in relaxation.

Known to benefit anxiety symptoms by helping ease insomnia and provide calm, Chamomile is one of the world's best natural alternatives when treating with medication is not the best fit. Research suggests that Chamomile binds to benzodiazepine receptors and may function like benzodiazepine, a prescription drug that can reduce anxiety and induce sleep.

Just as relaxing compounds help alleviate stress and anxiety, they also help you achieve a more restful repose. Chamomile increases melatonin and serotonin in the body, two hormones that relieve feelings of stress. Restful sleep is essential to preventing diseases, and enjoying a bottle of Bird's Nest with Chamomile before bed can help ensure your overall health.

REDUCING PAIN

Anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and carminative properties in Chamomile help soothe the stomach line, relieve indigestion, abdominal gas, muscle spasms, and menstrual cramps. Chemical compounds and antioxidants in Chamomile also work to widen blood vessels and reduce inflammation that can constrict and bring about pounding headaches and intense pain, easing tensions associated with migraines and headaches.

Bird's Nest with ChamomileBird's Nest with Egypt Chamomile

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