Relish the floral bliss of this exotic combination and relax every Evening When two calming herbs integrate into a heavenly brew, the result can only be a soothing, well-balanced cup of tea. While the chamomile tea has been around for centuries, lavender is still mostly appreciated for aromatherapy and has lately caught up on by herbal tea lovers. Though lavender tea may feel a bit stronger in taste but it is actually a delicate, lightly sweet and relaxing brew and blends perfect with tasteful soft notes of chamomile. The scent of this stress relieving combination alone relaxes anyone and is a great accompaniment as a bedtime brew. You will actually get a delicious tea with numerous health benefits. Antiviral:  Studies showed that both chamomile and lavender may have an antiviral activity.Antioxidant: Both chamomile and lavender have anti oxidative properties and may help boost the immune system. Various studies have shown lavender’s antioxidant activity due to essential oils and phenols.Anti-inflammatory: When treating inflammation, chamomile is one of the best home remedies in the world. Studies have also showed that highest lavender essential oil, which has anti-inflammatory property also is found in fully opened flowers.Relaxing muscles and brain: Lavender may help relax muscles and act as a sedative. Soothing the stomach: Both chamomile and lavender do assist with stomach problems as well as in digestion. Research showed that chamomile also relaxes the stomach muscles. Benefits for the skin: Lavender Chamomile Tea may help with aging and keeping the skin healthy by fighting free radicals.Tea alone cannot replace nutritious diet, exercise and prescribed medications to maintain your health in perfect conditions. This is for informational purposes only. It’s not intended to replace medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. In case of any serious medical condition or allergy, never use teas or herbs without seeking professional medical advice.No added flavors, fillers, preservatives, additives, sweeteners, carriers, colors, stabilizers or excipients

Lavender Chamomile Tea