White, natural, not racist, Chamomile flower stands tall today among humans. It is blissful to look at and even more blissful to consume. Chamomile is a flowering herb that has known to be humanity’s kin since a long time for recreation and healing. It is one of those flowers in nature that has no intention but to offer. On the other hand, we have mint. The word itself invites a cold breeze and a feeling of refreshment because we all are familiar with how mint works. Be it drinks, or tea or herbal potions, mint just like chamomile has always been a friend too. You can only imagine the magic when both come together in the form of Chamomile mint tea.
“When all is mellow and peaceful, you know it’s a chamomile world.”
The use of chamomile as tea goes back to ancient Egypt. There, it was served as a remedy for cough and cold. There are two types of chamomile – German Chamomile and Roman Chamomile. Humans have always sought out healing and recreation from nature, in the form of herbs. These herbs serve myriad purposes, including healing, recreation and fostering of spiritual wisdom. Chamomile too heals an individual by routine use. In fact, it has always been known as an excellent healing herb, both traditionally and non-traditionally.
Known in India as Pudina, mint has always been used as a stomach appetizer or to make rejuvenating drinks. Its primary applications are:
- Treating stomach issues or sudden chest aches
- Used a component in aromatic and essential oil therapies
- Used as a constituent in lime juices and fresh fruit juices in the summer
- Soothing health discomforts through use as a paste, by adding it to bathing water, by brewing it with water, etc.
- As a mouth freshener in the summer for its refreshingly cool flavour, providing relief to the oesophagus
All in all, it’s a super balance of health and taste.
Chamomile? Mint? Chamomile mint tea?
When you get two blessed herbs from nature, what you can imagine is a significant relief. Ono Teas has leveraged this benefit from nature to bring you Chamomile Mint. Make this tea your super drink for the summer.
Summer is an open invitation to extreme heat, humidity, and pathogens. Therefore, it is necessary to safeguard internal as well as external balance. This hot season, it is common to come across fatigue, indigestion, hyperthermia, loss of appetite, dehydration, viral flu, and food poisoning. Why not combat these by taking the preventive route?
Chamomile and mint, in combination, form an herbal drink that cleans, heals and soothes your entire system. Chamomile mint tea for summer afternoons is the perfect way to combat the heat. This tea, when consumed warm during extreme heat relaxes you like no other drink. Find hard to believe? But, it’s true! You already have an overview of the benefits of both the herbs above. Now, let’s take a deep dive into the combined benefits that this tea offers.
Chamomile mint tea is super aid for digestion. In this fast and junk-food-laden lifestyle, it is common to come across digestive and bowel problems. Chamomile and mint both have essentials, such as anti-inflammatory enzymes and menthol. These elements help the natural breakdown of food and regulate bowel movements. Chamomile mint tea is also diuretic, making sure that you stay hydrated during extreme summer heats. All in one, you control your digestion, metabolism, flush out toxins, and shed your weight.
Anti-inflammatory in nature
Chamomile mint tea is perfect for ladies who suffer from extreme menstrual cramps. Chamomile’s anti-inflammatory properties and mint’s antispasmodic benefits help relieve the uterus muscles from their repeated contraction/expansion. This tea also acts as a natural pain killer, as both the individual herbs have anti-inflammatory properties. It also alleviates extreme osteoporosis. But, it is important to note that you cannot replace this tea with your prescribed medicines.
During summer, the heat and humidity invite a lot of pathogens. And, when you drink ice-cold beverages or juices from the street, you put your health at the pathogen’s behest. That’s where Chamomile mint tea plays its role. Once you introduce it into your routine, you have your answer to all your worries in a teacup. The phenolic compounds in Chamomile and the antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral properties and oils in mint, help to strengthen immunity.
Drinking Chamomile mint tea in summer helps you relax and calm down. Medical science recognises Chamomile as a mild tranquilizer, which causes sleep. People who have insomnia and irregular sleep patterns always put themselves at risk of stress and anxiety bursts. Chamomile increases the levels of serotonin and melatonin.. Thus, it puts buries stress and anxiety in the ground. Mint indirectly aids your sleep pattern by improving your digestion and balancing out your body temperatures. Chamomile mint tea also has many possibilities of preventing life-threatening health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes.
Sweet lemon chamomile mint tea
- Take 1 tsp Ono Teas Chamomile mint tea and brew it for 3-3.5 minutes.
- Pour some lemon extract/juice along with honey in your teacup.
- Strain the brew and add it to your teacup.
- Serve hot.
Iced Chamomile mint tea with fresh lemon
- Brew Ono Teas Chamomile mint tea in water.
- Strain it and let it cool.
- Pour the tea onto the ice cubes and squeeze some lime into it.
- For taste, add honey or stevia sweetener.
So this summer, break out of your notions. Instead of the usual iced tea to escape the all-around summer heat try Chamomile mint tea. Ono Teas offers a wide-ranging variety of herbal teas to revitalise you. So this summer, give Chamomile mint tea a try. It promises you nothing less than an aromatic, therapeutic, delicious, and refreshing experience with every cup. Summer teas never got this better! Ever!
Ono Teas handcrafts full leaf teas suiting every moment you want to cherish, whether it is solitude or conversations with friends or just a leisurely health drink to counter lifestyle disorders. You can shop from our range of green teas, black teas, blends or tisanes based on the moment you want to celebrate.