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Reduce Stress with a Cup of Premium Black Tea

black tea benefitsReduce Stress with a Cup of Premium Black Tea

Black tea is the most popular variety of tea consumed by Americans.  Considering that our fast-paced way of life tends to be immensely hectic, and that black tea is thought to help calm the feelings of stress, one might say that the two are perfectly suited for one another.  Several attributes make premium black tea a calming elixir in today’s stressful world.

Peace of Mind in Production
Find tranquility in the knowledge that at The Republic of Tea, we procure only the finest teas obtained from prized tea gardens.  Premium black tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant.  Tea leaves are harvested and then withered and rolled until oxidization occurs.  Leaves are then fired to dry them and draw out their flavor.  This process of producing premium black tea yields a beverage believed to be full of healthful properties.  Premium black tea contains antioxidants including polyphenols, flavonoids and amino acids.  In addition to offering up many health benefits, it is thought that these components also contribute to the relief of stress.

Stress-free Selections
There is no reason to stress about a lack of selection, black tea offers a large variety of choices.

Flavor: Often described as full-bodied with robust taste and a deep caramel color, premium black tea is versatile and easily blends with a variety of fruits, spices and other flavors to create many intriguing infusions.  From traditional blends such as British Breakfast Black Tea, to luscious infusions like Cardamom Crème Brûlée Black Tea there is a variety available for even the most discriminating sipper.  While these flavors taste decadent, do not stress about counting calories: black tea is naturally fat free and calorie-free so you can indulge without guilt.

Hot or Iced: Black tea is delicious hot and may also be served over ice or enjoyed from our selection of refreshing Glass Bottled Iced black teas, a relaxing way to unwind and de-stress.

Full-Leaf Loose or Tea Bags: Available in full-leaf loose, or in our unbleached, non-GMO tea bags, at The Republic of Tea, we stress quality and source only the highest-quality tea grown in the premier tea gardens of the world. Whether you prefer the rich flavor of full-leaf loose black tea or the convenience of black tea bags, either way you will be enjoying high quality, premium black tea.

Caffeine: No need to stress about caffeine, we have a premium black tea available guaranteed to suit your preference.

If you like to unwind and relieve stress late in the day, or if you simply prefer low caffeine alternative, there is a large selection of decaffeinated black teas from which to choose.  A typical cup of premium black tea contains half the caffeine as a cup of coffee, meaning you can get a gentle pick-me-up without the stressed-out feeling that consuming too much caffeine too quickly can bring.

If you need a little extra energy to get you through the day, HiCAF® Teas are a healthful alternative to coffee that will help to ease stress and leave you feeling invigorated.

Relaxing Ritual
Steeping premium black tea is simple and stress-free:

1) Heat fresh water to a rolling boil.  While water is heating, we suggest using this time to relax with quiet meditation.

2) Once water is hot, pour over black tea and time the steeping: black tea bags and full-leaf loose black teas will require three to five minutes.  This is the perfect opportunity to further reduce stress by taking a moment to practice some deep breathing.  Relax and inhale the enchanting aromas of premium black tea.

3) Remove the tea, sip and savor.  Take time to notice and appreciate the intricate taste and flavors.  Feel stress begin to subside.

With its appealing flavors, variety of choices and many health benefits, it is easy to see why black tea is the perfect tea to sit back and enjoy, sip by sip.  The next time you feel the stress from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, steep a cup of premium black tea and discover why it is the number one choice of so many Americans.

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Five Teas to Drink During Your Natural Detox

natural detoxTo detox means to rid your body of and abstaining from toxic substances over a period of time, usually a few weeks.  This practice has gained popularity in recent years as many people have begun to take a deeper interest in improving their health and well-being.  Drinking tea can be very beneficial during the detoxing process.  Let us take a look at the advantages of drinking tea during a natural detox and five varieties that will keep your body hydrated and preforming at its best.

The Benefits
There are a few ways drinking tea during a natural detox will help to support and enhance the process.

1) Removes Toxins
The antioxidants contained in most varieties of tea are thought to help flush the body of toxins such as those caused by too much caffeine, food additives, smoke, alcohol and other environmental factors.
2) Aids in Digestion
Teas such as Dandelion SuperHerb® and Biodynamic® Ginger Tea not only taste great, but the herbs used in these teas are thought to help boost the body’s digestive system, further helping to eliminate damaging toxins.
3) Suppresses Appetite
Adhering to a natural, nutrient-dense diet along with hydrating by drinking premium teas can help to curb the urge to indulge in less healthy, over-processed foods.
4) Naturally Energizes the Body
The small amount of caffeine contained in teas such as premium green or 100% white tea is known for giving the body a gentle boost without the harsh buzz that other caffeinated beverages often bring. It is perfect if you need a little lift during your natural detox.
5) Hydrates
Much like water, but with many additional health benefits, drinking tea helps to rehydrate the body and keep it operating efficiently.

The VarieTEAS
We offer a beneficial selection of organic rooibos detox teas as a healthy way to aid in cleansing your system.
1) get clean® – No. 7 Herb Tea for Detoxing
As the name suggests, this caffeine-free herbal detoxing tea contains organic rooibos, milk thistle, red clover and sarsaparilla, dandelion, chicory and burdock root to help stimulate the liver and get clean®The Get Clean Stackable Tea Tin is a two-week supply of specially formulated teas available to help you detox from morning to night.
2) get relief® – No. 9 Herb Tea for Digestion
As mentioned, boosting digestion helps to reinforce a natural detox and this flavorful tea is specially designed to do just that.  Organic rooibos, cinnamon, anise, peppermint and stevia combine to soothe and get relief® for your stomach with each sip.
3) get probiotic® – No. 18 Herb Tea for Digestive Health
Another variety created to aid in digestion is our get probiotic® herbal tea.  Organic rooibos couples with the potent probiotic GanedenBC30® to balance and support your digestive system.
4) get charged® – No. 3 Herb Tea for Energy
If going through a natural detox is leaving you feeling sluggish, this tea is was designed to help you get charged® and boost your energy.  Eleuthero, Chinese ginseng and Ashwagandha blend with organic rooibos, hibiscus, gotu kola and blueberry for a fruity tasting tea that offers a natural pick-me-up.
5) get it going® – No. 2 Herb Tea for Constipation
Finally, you can’t flush your system of harmful toxins if you are unable to get it going®.  Organic rooibos and senna leaves combine to help keep you regular while ginger relieves cramping and sweet licorice helps to soothe the gastrointestinal tract.

If you are interested in trying a natural detox, remember that it is important to consult with your physician beforehand.  Along with clean eating and an active lifestyle, drinking caffeine-free tea during a detox will aid digestion, keep you hydrated and help you to reap the benefits of this healthy routine.

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Chai Tea: Benefits With Tradition and Charm

benefits of chai teaIn India, drinking traditional chai tea is a core part of day-to-day life.  From morning until night, citizens pause to sip the enchanting beverage on street corners, in cafes and restaurants, while at work and at play, and from the comforts of home.  As more and more Americans are recently discovering, there is a reason for chai’s increasing popularity.  Not only does it offer up intriguing flavors and captivating aromas, chai tea is also thought to benefit health and overall well-being.

A Crash Course in Chai Tea
If you are new to tea, or have simply not yet tried the exotic infusion that is chai tea, you are probably curious about what it is.  Traditional chai tea is the blend of premium tea with the imperial spices of cinnamon, orange peel, ginger, cardamom seeds, star anise, cloves and black pepper.  Chai tea may be prepared using black or green tea and even red rooibos tea.  Traditionally, it is prepared by simmering chai tea with water, milk and honey resulting in a beverage that is rich in savory sweet flavor with a spicy finish.

The Benefits of Chai Tea
Like all tea, chai is thought to offer up many health benefits.  For centuries, Eastern medicine has believed that chai tea may benefit the immune system.

Rich in Antioxidants: Since chai is prepared using different varieties of tea, the benefits it offers vary as well, but each variety, such as black tea, contains antioxidants that are thought to fight free radicals in the body.  The ground spices used in chai also increase its health benefits and are thought to aid in digestion.

Healthy Honey: The addition of honey in chai preparation also adds to its benefits.  Honey contains healthy antioxidants and flavonoids as well, and is often used to help soothe a sore throat.  Chai Spice Honey for Tea combines Grade A white honey with cinnamon, ginger, cardamom and clove, making each sip a truly decadent treat.

Cuts Caffeine: Perhaps the biggest benefit to chai tea is its use as a caffeine reducer or replacer for those looking for an alternative to coffee and other caffeinated beverages.  The robust body and complex flavors of chai tea make it an excellent substitute for coffee.  Republic Chai® Black Tea contains less than half the caffeine of a similar sized cup of coffee while Republic Chai® Green Tea contains less than a quarter the amount of caffeine in coffee.  Both are a tasty choice whenever a gentle boost is needed.  For a caffeine-free treat, Republic Chai® Red Tea blends South African rooibos red tea with traditional chai spices for a hearty, flavorful beverage without the harsh caffeine buzz coffee can bring.

Tranquil Tradition: Finally, steeping a hot cup of chai tea, relaxing while holding the warm tea cup in your hands, breathing in the spicy aromas, and sipping the sweet savory flavors is sure to benefit your overall sense of calm and well-being anytime you need to unwind.

There is no need to travel to India to experience all chai tea has to offer!  There are numerous chai varieties and recipes featuring chai tea available for endless exciting possibilities.  We encourage you to give chai a try!  Its intriguing flavor and many benefits are sure to take you on a journey toward increased well-being and bring you peace of mind anytime you feel the need for an exotic escape.

Below is a handy tea-steeping chart to make clear the temperature of water needed and steeping times for each variety.

tea steeping chart

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Steeping Tea in Style: Must Have Tea Accessories

tea accessoriesIn addition to the numerous varieties of tea available, there are also countless tools and accessories to help make your tea time a simple, yet sophisticated, affair.  From teaspoons to tea kettles, we have a smart selection of sipware that will help you steep in style.

Tools of the Trade
Steeping tea always begins with heating fresh water.  Whether you prefer to heat your water on the stovetop, or electrically, a tea kettle is a must-have accessory.  A Stainless Electric Kettle will heat water quickly and efficiently, while looking trendy with its elegant gooseneck spout.  If you prefer a more traditional approach, a Click Kettle is effective on the stovetop with a classic, yet modern stainless steel appearance.

Next, select what type of tea you will be preparing.  Tea bags are a popular and convenient choice, while full-leaf loose teas will reveal the full flavor and characteristics of premium tea.  If using full-leaf loose tea, you will need to incorporate the use of an accessory such as a tea strainer or infuser.  Simply measure out a teaspoon of full-leaf loose tea per serving into the accessory.  After the full-leaf loose tea or tea bags are ready to go and the water has reached the proper temperature, it is time to pour the hot water overtop and start steeping.

Timeless Teapots
When it comes to tea accessories, we think the teapot is one of the most charming!  With teapots made from clay, glass, cast iron and porcelain there is a style that is sure to meet yours.  If you prefer a classic look, our new Teapot of Prosperity may be just what you are looking for.  With its durable enamel-lined cast iron and classic Japanese design, this teapot looks both trendy and traditional.  If you prefer a more modern look, the Clarity Glass Teapot might be what you have in mind.  Handsomely crafted from glass and including a built-in glass infuser, this teapot makes steeping tea both stylish and convenient.  Rest assured, there is a teapot available that will bring character to your kitchen and set the ambiance for your tea-steeping rituals.

Trendy Tea Cups and Mugs
Premium, high quality tea deserves to be sipped in style.  Our tea cups and mugs range from classic to contemporary and are an accessory you should not be without.  From whimsical designs like our porcelain Big Butterfly Mug, to our clear, lightweight Pavina Double Wall Glass Tea Cups, there is a selection to suit your fancy.  Tea cups and mugs also make great gifts!

On The Go with Travel Mugs
Our selection of stylish travel tea mugs will allow you to take your tea with you and keep it hot or cold while you are away from the comforts of home.  The Sip by Sip Travel Tea Press, Personal Carafes and Glass Tumblers with infusers even allow you to steep while on the go.  Accessorize with one of these fashionable mugs and never be without your favorite teas again!

The Coolest Iced Tea Accessories
As we draw nearer to summer and warmer weather, you do not want to find yourself without some must-have iced tea accessories.  From glasses that reduce condensation, to pitchers that come with their own infusers, there are accessories to help you cool off and serve our award-winning iced teas in style.  Show off your iced-tea steeping skills and impress your friends the next time you serve iced tea with a carafe and tea cup set.  The Mediterranean-inspired Windowpane Iced Tea Set adds a touch of elegance, while the Vintage Glass Iced Tea Set brings a sense of nostalgia with mason jar glasses, complete with straws and lids.

This is just a snippet of the latest fun and convenient tea accessories available.  Have a look around to see what you may need to add to your tea-preparation accoutrement.  You deserve to make your next tea time an enjoyable and stylish experience.

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Arigatou, Japan!

sushi-groupOur last day in Japan started off like most days: with hot green tea. However, this cup was a bit more unique: It was served to us at 6 am alongside an incredible sushi breakfast at the world-renown Tokyo Tsukiji Fish Market. Yes, we enjoyed fresh tuna, eel, crab, shrimp and a variety of other fresh fishes just after sunrise – and it was incredible. And what better palate cleanser than sips of green tea in between bites!


This final day only got better as it progressed, and by dinnertime, we were enjoying the meal of our lives. Our group from The Republic of Tea took over a 150-year old sushi restaurant (Bentenyama Miyako Sushi) headed by a fourth-generation sushi chef. As customary, it began with a cup of classic Sencha green tea and very quickly progressed. Dish after dish began emerging from behind the counter: ahi tuna with flakes of nori seaweed over rice; sea urchin; freshly cooked crab legs; red snapper sashimi; clam soup; seafood egg custard, and then the pièce de resistance: eight beautifully crafted nigiri, each topped with something magnificent from the Tsukiji Market. Eel, smoked salmon, snapper, yellow-tail, squid, tuna, mackerel, shad and snow crab were displayed before us in amazement. The taste was unlike anything we had experienced back home – much fresher and smoother.

And with full bellies, our trip came to a close. It has been an incredible journey and we have gained so much knowledge about Japan’s history with tea. From learning how the tea is grown to how its use in tea ceremonies has been an integral part of the culture for centuries. We discovered so much about all the unique cuisine types, from the familiar sushi to the beautifully intricate Buddhist lunch we enjoyed atop a hillside in Kyoto. Cup by cup and sip by sip, we got to know Japan a bit better. Goodbye and arigatou!


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Green Tea 24/7!

matcha products In Japan, the flavor of green tea is as prevalent as vanilla in the United States. Green tea or matcha flavor is in EVERYTHING, from donuts to noodles and everything in between. Our group of tea lovers has excitedly tried a number of new treats on our five-day tea journey of Japan and haven’t been disappointed yet.

Green tea’s popularity is not surprising given Japan’s intertwined relationship between tea and culture. Nearly every historical place we’ve visited includes tea as part of its rich history. We learned how Buddhist monks began incorporating tea into their daily life to keep them focused throughout their prayers way back in the 9th century. We learned how samurai warriors would drink tea before battle. And we learned how a geisha’s evening of entertainment, even today, begins with a tea ceremony. Tea touches just about every cultural aspect of Japanese life, and has for many centuries. And with Japan’s fondness for culinary innovations, it’s no surprise that green tea has made its way into so many snacks, treats and dishes.

matcha dinnerGreen tea is a vital part of today’s food scene in Japan. Every meal we’ve had has included tea, primarily at the end. For one lunch, we all had hot noodle dishes, so the chef made sure we were served iced green tea at the end to balance the meal’s temperatures. At others, we were served more roasted genmaicha style green teas that paired well with the various foods. You may have to ask for a glass of water with your meal, but green tea will always be included.

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7 Facts You Didn’t Know About Matcha

matcha powderIn honor of matcha’s rich history and legacy in Japanese culture, we offer today’s blog topic: 7 Facts You Didn’t Know About Matcha

  1. Matcha has one of the highest levels of antioxidants of all known “super foods.” With an ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) value of 1384 TE/G, a single cup has more than 5x the antioxidants of blueberries.blueberries
  2. To produce matcha, the tea bushes are covered with shades of cloth at least 20 days prior to harvest. This shades the plants from direct sunlight, increasing the levels of chlorophyll and enhancing the production of L-Theanine.
  3. Matcha creates a calm alertness thanks to L-Theanine.
  4. Samurai used to drink Matcha tea before going into battle due to its energizing properties.
  5. The Japanese have been drinking Matcha for more than 800 years.
  6. Matcha is the traditional tea served in Japanese tea ceremonies.
  7. Matcha is an ingredient in many mainstream Japanese foods, including Kit Kat Bars and Pocky.IMG_8706
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All About Matcha

Our second day in Japan was all about matcha. We started out at a premium tea garden that grows its tea specifically with matcha in mind as opposed to just green tea for tea bags or full leaf consumption. The rows of premium tea plants are covered in black fabric, which shades the leaves.


This is important in creating high quality matcha because it forces the leaves to work extra hard to get sunlight. As a result, the leaves produce more amino acid and chlorophyll, which will give the matcha a smoother taste and “umami” flavor when sipped.

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After visiting a processing plant where the leaves were steamed and dried, we drove to Fukujuen Matcha Center in Uij – the matcha capital of Japan – where we actually had the chance to stone grind our own matcha.


For 20 minutes, we turned a granite block in a counter-clockwise rotation and watched premium tea leaves emerge as a bright green powder.


Finally, we scooped this powder into our matcha bowls, added hot water, and whisked vigorously to create a beautiful foam.


Each sip was smoother than the last, and we all agreed that nothing can quite match a cup of freshly ground matcha.

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Visiting the Tea Gardens and Processing Facilities of Kyoto

Group1_Day1_2015Each year, The Republic of Tea organizes a trip for a group of Ministers to visit a country of origin. This year, we send you greetings from Japan! This is this first time each of us in our group have visited this incredible country and already in the first 24 hours, we have run our fingers through hillside tea plants, slurped our way through soba noodle dishes and sipped premium green tea plucked just hours before.

IMG_7851After a brief stay last night in Tokyo, we dashed through the rain early this morning to the train station. There, we took the bullet train to historic Kyoto. While we will have time to explore the downtown area more later this week, today was all about tea.

As soon as we arrived at the train station, we were whisked away by bus and taken straight to a very special experience: the tea auction. In one room stood many long tables, each with plates piled high with different Sencha green teas from different tea gardens around the prefecture. Buyers moved quickly from plate to plate, each time with a standard ritual. First, they would scoop up a large handful of the leaves, examine the leaves closely, and then let the leaves fall slowly through their fingers. Next, they would pick up a handful of tea again, and this time bring the leaves so closely to their noses to smell the aromatics that they would have to dust the teas from their faces after each inhale. If the teas were of the aromatic and visual quality they were looking for, they would mark a score on the clipboard they carried. Afterward, the buyers would bring their notes to another part of the room and a bidding process would ensue. Our group even got to do a quick “cupping,” or sampling of six Sencha teas, each grown on a different garden and plucked just yesterday. We were surprised to discover how the appearance and taste varied so widely, even though all were premium green tea that had been through roughly the same process. So many factors can affect how the final tea tastes, from the weather to how much moisture was on the leaves when they were plucked, so the cupping was an enlightening experience for us all.


Next, our bus began its climb through the winding, one-lane mountainous roads toward the southeastern region of the Kyoto prefecture. There, we visited two premium tea processing facilities to learn more about how premium tea goes from being a freshly plucked leaf to the final dried leaf that you would find in The Republic of Tea’s premium green tea or matcha collections.

The rain storm we had first encountered this morning had subsided, which was very good news. Premium tea cannot be plucked if it’s raining because it creates too high of moisture content in the leaves. Luckily for us, a decent amount of tea had been picked while we were on the train so we were able to see it go through the processing stages this afternoon.

IMG_8174_2First, the premium tea leaves are allowed to wither briefly, which reduces their moisture levels.

Next, the leaves get steamed. This step is unique to premium Japanese green tea. The leaves fly into the air and dance their way back down to a conveyer belt. The steam brings out the chlorophyll and ensures the leaves retain a bright green color.

Then, they are dried at a very hot temperature to eliminate moisture from the leaves.

Once dry, the stems are separated from the leaves.

Next, the process diverts in one of two ways. If the leaves are destined for matcha, they are ground into a fine powder.  However, if the leaves are meant for Sencha green tea, then they are rolled into a tightly wound, twig-like form.

Finally, they are dropped into large sacks and packaged for market.


IMG_8321_2The last stop on today’s journey was the pinnacle of our premium tea pilgrimage. After hiking up a hillside, we reached a small organic premium tea garden, which had pristine tea leaves that were very close to reaching their plucking point. This is one of the higher elevation tea gardens in Japan, meaning it takes longer for the teas to reach harvest time. Most Japanese tea gardens have their “first flush,” or first picking, in late April. But due to the high altitude, this garden will not be plucked until late May. We loved seeing all the different types of bugs hanging out on tea leaves and around the base of the plants, indicating a biodiversity balance and high quality level.

After such an incredible day one, we have more exploration to come this week! We will keep you posted on every step of our educational journey here. Talk to you soon!


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Chamomile: Not Just an Aid for Sleep Disorders

chamomile tea health benefitsComing from the dried and ground daisy-like flower of the chamomile plant, chamomile tea is best known for its calming characteristics and is commonly used as an aid for those suffering from sleep disorders.  Did you know that chamomile tea also offers a variety of health benefits?  A 2010 report by doctors and researchers, including well-known Dr. Sanjay Gupta, M.D. “Chamomile: A Herbal Medicine of the Past with Bright Future,” highlights the many effects of chamomile as a medicinal agent [1].  Here is a look at just a few:

Anti-Inflammatory Agent
The essential oils of chamomile flowers contain the active ingredient chamazulene.  The study reported that when used topically, chamomile penetrates the skin and assists with easing the symptoms of a number of skin problems, including eczema and hemorrhoids [1].  Internally, chamomile tea is thought to be useful in calming and soothing an upset stomach.

The study, published in Molecular Medicine Reports, showed chamomile to have positive effects in patients suffering from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).  Chamomile was shown to have significant effects on the inhibition of GAD activity and may perform as anxiolytic agent to help lower stress levels [1].  Blended with passionflower and eleuthero root along with chamomile, we offer get relaxed® – No.14 Tea for Relieving Stress to help mellow your mood.

The report, “Chamomile: A herbal medicine of the past with bright future,” states that in combination with a healthy diet, use of chamomile demonstrates a boost in pancreatic activity and aids in suppressing blood sugar levels [1].

Health Promotion
In the patients studied for the report, it was found that consuming a large amount of chamomile tea was shown to increase antibacterial activity [1].  Combined with an active, healthy lifestyle chamomile is thought to help promote overall health.

Osteoporosis and Bone Health
The study conducted by Sanjay Gupta, M.D., and other researchers concluded that along with exercise, chamomile extract may exhibit an effect of slowing the speed in which patients experience loss of bone mass.  This suggests that chamomile may be beneficial to overall bone health [1].

Sleep Aid
Perhaps most commonly used as a sleep aid for those suffering with sleep disorders, chamomile has been used for its calming effects for generations.  Used as a tea, the flavonoids contained in chamomile may help induce sleep and relaxation.  Teas such as Chamomile Lemon Herb and get some zzz’s™ – No. 5 Herb Tea for Rest are specially formulated with chamomile and other soothing ingredients to help you get the restful sleep you need.

All teas boast a wide variety of health benefits and this is especially the case with chamomile.  If you are one of the millions of Americans suffering from sleep disorders, relaxing with a cup of chamomile will help bring you tranquility and may contribute to your overall health.

How to Steep Chamomile Tea:
1) Heat fresh water to a rapid boil.
2) Pour steaming hot water over tea bag or infuser if using full-leaf loose tea.
3) Time your steeping.  Chamomile requires five to seven minutes to infuse properly.
4) Remove and discard tea.  While sipping, be sure to take time to pause and inhale the aromas; chamomile used in aromatherapy is known to be relaxing and to aid those with sleep disorders.

  1. Srivastava, Janmejai K, Eswar Shankar, and Sanjay Gupta. “Chamomile: A Herbal Medicine of the Past with Bright Future.” Molecular medicine reports 3.6 (2010): 895–901. PMC. Web. 16 Feb. 2015.
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