Just Not My Me.

by Lynn
(USA)

Muscles aching...not sleeping and tense, I was almost in tears when Chamomile came back to me... a much better alternative than calling my Internist for muscle relaxers.

Although it was 2 pm, I retrieved my Chamomile from the very back of my kitchen cupboard. And although I didn't want to sleep the afternoon away, the tension gave me no other choice.

That's been three days ago. My muscle tension and anxiety has subsided 85%. I have begun to incorporate stretching as part of my Chamomile regime. My mind is no longer racing at bed time. My sleep has improved 85%. I am definitely less irritable. I look forward to bedtime and rising in the mornings.

With Chamomile as a part of my daily regime, I expect the real Me will be back very soon.

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Thank you so much for sharing!
by: Della @ The Tea Talk

Thank you so much for sharing your very encouraging story about chamomile tea, Lynn!

Chamomile tea is such a soothing, healthful tea, and I'm so glad to hear how much it has helped you feel better!

Thank you for sharing your experience with chamomile benefits - I know this is going to be very encouraging and helpful for many of our other readers! :)

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