Why Every Mum With A Bump Must Drink Chamomile Tea During Pregnancy

A big hello to all wonderful pregnant mothers living in Watford. Drinking tea is the core value of English culture. Tea keeps us going and without tea, we cannot imagine any sophisticated social gathering. Herbal teas are getting prominence in the UK due to its original taste and relaxing properties. Out of all herbal teas, I enjoy drinking chamomile tea because of its sweet floral taste. Chamomile tea is a great addition to your pregnancy life. It tastes good and is even healthy for you and your bump. Here is a compiled list of some of the proven health benefits of chamomile tea.

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Relieves Morning Sickness

If you are in your early pregnancy then you probably are familiar with morning sickness. Morning sickness is nausea and vomiting encountered by pregnant women during the first three months of pregnancy. Drinking chamomile tea can ease digestion and provide some relief to nausea and vomiting. 

Treats insomnia

Pregnant women often deal with insomnia during pregnancy. Drinking a cup of warm chamomile tea before hitting the sack will ensure sound sleep. In fact, following this routine can even treat insomnia.

Alleviates body aches 

Body aches are extremely common in the majority of expecting women, especially if you are carrying more than one baby. Chamomile tea relaxes your tensed muscles and can provide you with some relief from severe body aches.

Boosts immunity 

Boosting immunity is crucial during pregnancy. Chamomile tea can fight off infections and can further improve the immune system.  

Reduces mouth ulcers 

If you have the tendency to develop mouth ulcers then chamomile tea is the right thing for you. Regular consumption of chamomile tea can prevent mouth ulcers and not only that, you can even use chamomile tea as a mouth rinse to cure prevailing mouth ulcers.

How much chamomile tea can I drink in a day?

Too much of anything is lethal. Drink no more than a cup of chamomile tea in a day. It is highly encouraged to drink chamomile tea before going to bed to get a restful sleep but you can even drink it while you are working or relaxing in the afternoon.

How to make a refreshing cup of chamomile tea? 

It is very easy to prepare chamomile tea. All you need to do is follow the following steps.

Boil some water in a saucepan. Switch off the flame and add 1 tbsp of chamomile tea in the saucepan.

Put the lid on your saucepan. Let the concoction steep for a minute or two. 

Strain the chamomile tea into your tea cup. 

You can add a tsp of honey for added taste, this is completely optional. 

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Published by Alice Thomas

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