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Tazo Calm Chamomile Tea Review


Company/Brand Name: TAZO

Name: Calm Chamomile

Category: Herbal Tea

Origin: Egypt

Leaves: Golden, Daisy-Like Leaves

Flavor: Mild, Floral & Buttery

Caffeine: No

Overall: TAZO Calm Chamomile Tea is served best in the evening, when you're looking to wind down.

Tazo Calm Chamomile Tea Review


Have you ever wondered what it's like to sit on a bed of clouds and float away, into the abyss? That's what drinking TAZO Calm Chamomile Herbal Tea feels like, except better.


The daisy-like herb, 'Chamomile' comes from the ancient Greek word meaning "ground apple."


Of course, I did my research on TAZO Calm Chamomile Herbal Tea before I tried it and read that the Egyptians began using Chamomile as a cold and wound remedy, although now it is generally used for better sleep.


I poured myself a steamy cup of Chamomile Tea before I went to bed and very soon, the rest was history. It was like sinking into an eight-hundred-count thread sheet cloud that you never wanted to escape from.


In case you were wondering, "Does Chamomile tea relax you?" Yes!


It's a soothing herbal tea, best enjoyed when you're looking to relax… or sink into your couch.

What is Chamomile Tea Made of?


TAZO perfected their Calm Chamomile tea blend with a variety of herbs and spices.


They mixed: Chamomile and hibiscus flowers, spearmint, peppermint and blackberry leaves, rose petals, lemongrass, sarsaparilla and licorice roots, lemon balm leaf, tumeric and riboflavin for color, and other natural flavors for taste.


What is Chamomile Tea Good For?


TAZO Calm Chamomile Herbal Tea has various benefits that stretch beyond just better sleep:

  • Menstrual Cramp Relief

  • Digestion & Stomach Soother

  • Immune Booster & Cold Remedy

  • Hemorrhoid Treatment

  • Wound Healer

  • Diabetes Management

  • Anti-Cancer


Chamomile leaves happen to have antibiotics in themselves which help with various health issues. The mint in the leaves work as a digestive relief aid while the other properties promote relaxation and immunity healing.


Chamomile leaves can also be used as an ointment or oil for wounds and other treatments.

What Does Chamomile Tea Taste Like?


TAZO Calm Chamomile Tea is the perfect combination of sweet, mellow, floral and crisp, all at the same time.

  • The Chamomile tastes floraly and mellow,

  • The hibiscus tastes crisp and citrusy,

  • The spearmint adds a subtle, cool mint effect,

  • & the rose petals add some sweetness!


How to Drink Chamomile Tea


This tea blend is more mild than most, so I prepared my TAZO Calm Chamomile Tea with 8oz of extra hot, vanilla-sweetened almond milk and a dash of cinnamon.



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