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Chamomile: An Alternative to Meditation

Woman holding Chamomile Tea

Meditation has been shown to have great power because of it’s relaxing abilities and it’s health benefits. Recent studies have shown that if you need to calm down and don’t have 20 minutes to center yourself, Chamomile may have a similar effect.

“There’s nothing quite like a cup of hot chamomile tea to soothe frayed nerves. In fact, dried chamomile flowers (Matricaria recutita) were used as far back as Roman times for their calming effects. Today, an increasing number of studies indicate there may be some true relaxing benefits in a fragrant cup of chamomile tea.”

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