Chamomile Ginger Tea

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Chamomile tea actually comes not from a tree but from a daisy-like plant. Plants in this family produce tea that is known for its calming, sleep-inducing properties.

The smell of chamomile tea is so sweet and aromatic! Apart from being a relaxant, it also helps cure migraines and menstrual cramps.

This chamomile tea recipe can be made with a chamomile tea bags, loose-leaf tea, or loose, dried chamomile blossoms.

Relax with every sip!

Chamomile Tea


  • Water – 3 Cups
  • Ginger (Peeled and Grated) – 1-inch Piece
  • Dried Chamomile Flowers OR Tea Bags – 2 Tablespoons Dried Flowers OR 3 Teabags
  • Lemon Juice – 2 Tablespoons (Optional)
  • Raw Honey – 1 Tablespoon or according to taste
  • Mint – for garnishing (Optional)


  • In a pan, add water and let it simmer.
  • Add the ginger and let it sit for 10-15 minutes.
  • Turn off the heat, and add the dried chamomile flowers or tea bags – let it steep for 2-3 minutes.
  • Strain the tea thoroughly, making sure no flowers are left behind.
  • Add honey to taste.
  • Garnish with mint leaves and serve!

Note:  If you enjoy lighter teas, use more water than the recipe calls for.


Post By: Sakshi Deswal / Appy Bistro 

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