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The chamomile clinic- A tea review

When it comes to a brew I am more of a green tea girl then a coffee addict, mainly because I’m not a big fan of milk. However my everyday choice of herbal teas usually comes in a tea bag. Despite indulging in fancy loose leaf teas whilst in quant coffee shops, I haven’t actually bought loose tea at home before, so was delighted to try some. I was sent four flavours to review by the Chamomile Clinic in London.


I thought this was going to be a lot of hassle just for a cup of tea, but it really wasn’t. Pop the tea in a pot, stir, leave for 10 minutes and then serve over a drainer. Beautiful, posh, tasty fragrant tea in minutes. It’s a very simple way of impressing your friends or leaving a lasting impression on potential clients.


The Chamomile clinic teas don’t just taste and smell great they also have additional benefits.

The sensuali-tea is a calming tea to soothe a passionate heart in a crazy world (Chamomile, lime flower, passion flower, rose and lavender). If you like chamomile you will love this.

The Clari-tea is an aromatic tea. Breath in deeply, sip slowly and clear your mind (Peppermint, elderflower, chamomile, yarrow and eucalyptus). This is one for mint lovers as the peppermint really comes through.

The yeh-tea is an aromatic tea to warm your spirits and keep your defences strong (Orange peel, elderflower, Echinacea, cinnamon and liquorice). This is my favourite of the four flavours as you can really taste the liquorice and it’s absolutely delicious.

The Vitali-tea is an energising tea for the morning and late afternoon when you need a boost (Peppermint, Melissa, damiana, gota kola and rosemary). Taste wise this was my least favourite as I am not a fan of rosemary, however in regards to the additional benefits of the tea this was the winner. After indulging in a mid-afternoon tea break I was surprised to find that I did actually feel energised and ready to tackle the remainder of my to-do list.

The chamomile clinic is a one stop shop for emotional wellbeing. A swell as selling teas and many other products they also offer a variety of therapies as well as providing a sacred space. To find out more about the Chamomile Clinic click HERE


About thestrawberryfountain

I am a mother, wife, teacher, mental Health trainer, writer and blogger. I blog about all things beauty, lifestyle, and child related, basically if I find it interesting I share it with the world. I write for women make waves and am the resident beauty reviewer for birds on the blog, working closely with many high end brands. if you would like to see me review your products please email me at

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This entry was posted on April 24, 2015 by in lifestyle review and tagged , , , .
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