Chamomile Flowers for Tea

The Nature of Chamomile and Why it’s Used in Sleep Teas

Chamomile Flowers for Tea

Chamomile is a flower popular in many teas. Its most common use is in teas advertised in aiding sleep because it doesn’t contain any caffeine. It is also known to be a mild sedative all around the world in different cultures. 

When it comes to taste, many find chamomile to be pleasant. It can be described as a mild flowery taste with a hint of sweetness. The aroma of chamomile tea is very similar to its taste, and just smelling it can help you relax. Besides the subtle effects that chamomile has, its taste and smell are two other reasons why this flower is so common in teas that are meant to soothe or help you sleep. 


Sentio’s Original sleep blend uses an Egyptian chamomile, which has a smoother flavor profile compared to other forms of chamomile. You can find some more information about different types of chamomile by clicking here.

Alongside chamomile, Sentio uses melatonin, GABA, 5HTP, and L-Theanine to deliver an all encompassing sleep blend. Chamomile with these natural supplements can help you fall asleep faster with an overall more restorative sleep. This helps you to have an amazing night of rest that leaves you feeling completely refreshed when you wake up! 

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