Editor's TipEditor's Tip

Contrary to popular belief, you shouldn’t use chamomile tea bags as compresses for your eyes. The chamomile plant is part of the ragweed family so anyone with a ragweed or pollen allergy (about one third of the US population) will have a negative reaction. Try black or green tea bags instead.

Birchbox Breakdown

Chamomile is our go-to blend when we need to relax or decompress, and Zhena’s Italian variety always does the trick. But this isn’t your average chamomile: it also has soothing ingredients like fennel, which helps with digestion, and lemon, which relaxes the intestines. Not to mention that the taste itself is excellent — not too flowery or acidic. Since it’s also completely fair trade, organically grown, and caffeine-free, there’s no reason to not pour yourself several cups.

How it Works

A custom blend of chamomile blossoms, rose petals, and hibiscus flowers is balanced out by fennel, lemon myrtle, and orange peel. The result is a soothing, tasty tea.

How to Use

Place a satchel in a cup of very hot to boiling water. Let steep for three to five minutes and then enjoy.

Egyptian Chamomile, organic fennel, organic hibiscus, organic lemon peel, organic orange peel, organic licorice root, organic rose petals, lemon myrtle, lemon grass, natural vanilla flavor, natural citrus flavor.

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