Chamomile contains naturally occurring flavonoids, which can be credited for its anti-cancer effects. In a study, people lowered their risk of thyroid abnormalities by 70% by drinking 2-6 cups of chamomile tea a week. The study also concluded that regular chamomile tea drinkers of 30 years decreased their risk of thyroid issues, including cancer, by 80%.*
To make chamomile tea at home, add 2-3 teaspoons of dry chamomile flowers to a tea cup. Pour hot water into your cup, let the flowers infuse for three minutes, then strain, and add honey or lemon to taste.
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