author "My Best Tea" check mark Chef Natasha, Master Chef S6
author "Excellent Taste" check mark Chef Vicky
author "I’m in love" check mark Gomathy R

Pure floral serenity.

Chamomile and Hibiscus Tea Combo:

author "My Best Tea" check mark Chef Natasha, Master Chef S6
author "Excellent Taste" check mark Chef Vicky
author "I’m in love" check mark Gomathy R
Sale price₹ 848.00

MRP inclusive of all taxes

Experience the rare delight of our 100% natural Chamomile floral tea - a recreational blend crafted with love by our Pahadi Women Farmers. Handpicked and naturally dried, these delicate blooms offer a sip that gently helps you unwind. Each mellow, sweet cup holds the essence of peace from the peaks, transporting you to a serene state of tranquility. Indulge in this remarkable blend curated exclusively for true connoisseurs who appreciate the art of savoring exceptional flavors. Embrace the blissful journey that awaits in every sip of our Chamomile tea.

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  • Calming Floral Brew For A
    Sip Of Serenity
  • Rare Floral Brew For Tangy
  • Sourced From Uttarakhand Processed

Lab Tested

100% Natural

No Preservatives

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The Pahadi Story Family

We are for them – the ones who wake up with the first ray of the sun, walk miles to their fields and sow love, for us to reap care. The Pahadi Story is for, and by, the women farmers of Uttarakhand. We are an act of compassion. When you choose The Pahadi Story, you choose to empower our community.


  • What is Chamomile Tea?

    Chamomile tea is an herbal infusion made from the dried flowers of the chamomile plant, typically from the species Matricaria chamomilla or Chamaemelum nobile. It is known for its mild, soothing, and floral flavor.

  • Is Chamomile Tea Caffeine-Free?

    Yes, chamomile tea is naturally caffeine-free, making it an excellent choice for those looking to avoid caffeine in their beverages.

  • What are the Potential Health Benefits of Chamomile Tea?

    Chamomile tea is believed to have various health benefits, including promoting relaxation, aiding in digestion, reducing inflammation, improving sleep quality, and providing relief from anxiety and stress.

  • Can Chamomile Tea Help with Sleep?

    Chamomile tea is often used as a natural remedy to promote better sleep and alleviate insomnia. Its calming and soothing properties may help relax the body and mind, making it easier to fall asleep.

  • How Do You Prepare Chamomile Tea?

    To prepare chamomile tea, steep chamomile flowers in hot water (around 200°F or 93°C) for about 5-7 minutes. You can adjust the steeping time to achieve your desired strength and flavor. It's often enjoyed plain or with a touch of honey or lemon.

  • Is Chamomile Tea Safe for Pregnant Women?

    Chamomile tea is generally considered safe for pregnant women when consumed in moderate amounts. However, it's always best to consult with a healthcare professional before adding it to your diet during pregnancy to ensure it won't interact with any existing conditions or medications.

  • Can Children Drink Chamomile Tea?

    Chamomile tea is safe for most children when consumed in moderation. It can be a soothing and caffeine-free option for kids, but parents should consult with a pediatrician for guidance, especially if their child has allergies or other health concerns.

  • Does Chamomile Tea Interact with Medications?

    Chamomile tea may interact with certain medications, especially blood thinners and drugs that affect the central nervous system. If you are taking medication, it's advisable to consult your healthcare provider before drinking chamomile tea regularly.

  • Can I Drink Chamomile Tea Daily?

    Yes, you can safely enjoy chamomile tea daily, but as with any herbal remedy, it's best to consume it in moderation and consult a healthcare professional if you have specific health concerns.

  • Where Can I Buy Chamomile Tea?

    Chamomile tea is widely available in grocery stores, health food stores, and online retailers. You can find it in tea bags or loose-leaf form, often as pure chamomile tea or in blends with other herbs and flavors.