Soothing my mind and body

by David Jordan
(Ames, Iowa, USA)

During finals last semester, I obviously was stressed out and my anxiety was kicking in like crazy.

Luckily on the last day before dead week I got myself some chamomile tea because I remember my mom would give me some when I was worried about bullies or upcoming exams.

I have to say it was a much needed drink. I drank two cups everyday and my anxiety wasn't bothering me as much. I achieved a 4.0 that semester and although my girlfriend teases me for drinking Grandma tea, I have no regrets! I will be drinking chamomile a lot more now because it is now a part of who I am.

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

David, thank you so much for sharing about your experiences with chamomile tea! What a smart way to help relieve anxiety during such a stressful and demanding time! I know your comments will be really helpful to our other readers who may be going through a similarly stressful time...

And congratulations on your great marks for the semester! :) I like to think that your drinking chamomile tea contributed to that...

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