Chamomile Tea

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When your body encounters something that it misidentifies as a foreign substance, it generates an allergic response, and histamines move quickly to fight the foreign object, resulting in an inflammatory reactions. Chamomile tea, however, does some of the body’s work for it, and acts as a natural antihistamine. If you are prone to allergic attacks, starting each day with a cup or two of chamomile tea can keep your allergic reactions to a minimum, even before you are exposed to any allergens. However, if you have an allergy to ragweed, chamomile tea should be avoided, as it is closely related to this allergen. Protection Status
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