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This warm and relaxing drink will calm you down after a long busy day.

Lavender and Chamomile tea

After a long busy day, you may need a warm drink to help you relax. This lavender chamomile tea is exactly what you should make. The delicious floral flavor and delicious milky flavor will help you relax almost instantly. Best of all, it’s very easy to make!

We have a lot of questions about lavender and chamomile tea, so we decided to try to answer some of the most frequently asked questions here. We hope these answers will make you more excited to try this lavender and chamomile tea recipe.

How to make lavender and chamomile tea

Preparing our lavender and chamomile tea recipe is very simple. Here is what you need to do:

  1. Heat the almond milk and add the sweetener and vanilla extract.
  2. Add chamomile tea bags and lavender flower buds and leave them in warm milk for 5 minutes.
  3. Strain the tea and enjoy!

The wonderful taste of lavender and chamomile will be infused into the almond milk. Vanilla extract adds a gentle natural sweetness and rich flavour. Maple syrup adds a sweet caramel taste that goes well with floral teas. It really is awesome!

Is chamomile and lavender tea healthy?

There are a lot of chamomile and lavender tea benefits that we can talk about. To start, tea has been shown to help reduce nausea. It can also help reduce anxiety and stress. Once you are gentle and relaxed, tea can help you rest. It looks so amazing!

Lavender and Chamomile tea recipe

Can chamomile and lavender tea help me sleep?

It is widely known that herbal teas help promote sleep. Both lavender and chamomile have been shown to help reduce anxiety and stress, helping your body to relax. Less stress will help you sleep better. This specific blend of tea will improve the overall quality of your sleep.

Can I use water to make chamomile and lavender tea?

You can use water, dairy-free milk, or whole milk in this recipe. They will all work great! Using water instead of almond milk will make the drink less rich. It won’t have the creamy texture we like. It also removes the wonderful flavor of almond milk. However, water is a suitable alternative to almond milk for this lavender chamomile tea recipe.

Can I use honey instead of maple syrup?

You can definitely use honey in place of maple syrup in this tea recipe. You can also use sugar or erythritol (about 2 teaspoons of either will work!). If you want a non-sweet lavender chamomile tea, avoid sweetening it all together. Vanilla extract adds a light sweetness to the tea.

Can I drink chamomile and lavender tea every night?

It is safe to drink chamomile and lavender tea every night. There are no negative side effects for any of this herb. Making it a part of your nighttime routine can also boost its strength. A tea ritual can help you relax and unwind after a long day. After a few nights of chamomile and lavender tea, you might just take one sip and immediately feel less stressed!

We hope to answer all your questions about chamomile and lavender tea. Now, let’s start making a cup!

Lavender and Chamomile tea recipe

Lavender and Chamomile tea recipe

Mocktail.net recipe

directione

  • Add almond milk to a small saucepan and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.
  • Remove the almond milk from the stove and add the maple syrup and vanilla to the almond milk. Stir the mixture.
  • Add the lavender buds and chamomile tea bag and cover the pot. Let the tea steep for 5 minutes.
  • Remove the chamomile tea bag, squeezing the extra juice back into the pot.
  • Drain and discard the lavender buds.
  • Pour the warm tea into the cup and enjoy.

Tips and tricks

  • • Use chamomile and lavender tea bags so you can skip using lavender buds
    • Use almond extract instead of vanilla extract to enhance the almond milk’s flavor.
  • Tools:
    • small spoon
    • Measuring cup
    • small bowl
    • pot lid
    • Colander
    • big cup
  • field of use:
    Bedtime, night, cold fighting drink, tea party, winter afternoon

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