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Having Trouble Sleeping ?
Relax and Recharge with the soothing flavor and calming aroma of fresh, flavorful Pure Chamomile flowers.
Fresher the Better
Compared to chamomile extracts or powdered formulations widely available in the market, Teabox Pure Chamomile tea makes for a fresh, flavorful experience. Rich in Apigenin, a flavonoid that binds to the nerve receptors in the brain and makes you feel calm, relaxed and significantly improves sleep quality.
Zero Caffeine= Better Sleep
Being naturally caffeine-free, Pure Chamomile flowers are perfect to unwind before bedtime. Widely acclaimed for its soothing properties, this herbal tea helps to minimize stress, acts as sleep support, and soothes the nerve centers of the body with its inherent relaxing and comforting properties.
Try the finest Chamomile
Sourced directly from the lush Nile valley in Egypt, our whole-leaf Egyptian chamomile flowers are caffeine-free and taste smoother and sweeter compared to ordinary chamomile. A well-known therapeutic solution for sleepless nights and stress-related disorders, it makes for a sensuously soothing brew.
Induces Calm, Serene Sensation
Containing 50% more catechins compared to ordinary chamomile, Teabox Pure Chamomile tea acts as a natural sedative. Chamomile helps to increase the secretion of serotonin and melatonin hormones in the body which is helpful for those struggling with higher-than-usual stress levels and seeps you into a tranquil mood.
Naturally Alleviates Anxiety
Chamomile is a herb that has traditionally been used for its therapeutic properties. Teabox Chamomile tea contains 5x more antioxidants compared to generic tea brands. It helps alleviate symptoms of chronic anxiety disorders, brings some tranquility to your busy schedule and helps you sleep better.
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