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Nutrition Facts about Chamomile

Learn nutrition facts about chamomile to find out exactly which nutrients are found in chamomile—and to what degree—along with the most common compounds available in this healthful herb.

Chamomile has health benefits.

Chamomile has health benefits.

Chamomile is essentially a guilt-free food. At less than three calories a cup, it doesn’t really factor into a calorie-conscious diet. The “good stuff” in chamomile comes from other things, which we’ll discuss in our Home Remedies & Health Benefits section.

Here is the nutrition information for one cup of brewed chamomile tea:

Chamomile Tea Nutrition

There are minute amounts of these vitamins and minerals in chamomile:

  • Thiamin: 1%
  • Copper: 2%
  • Manganese: 2%

Chamomile also contains trace amounts of folate, niacin, riboflavin, vitamin A, Calcium, and magnesium. Don’t drink chamomile tea for its vitamins & minerals; drink it for its flavor and potential health benefits that go beyond its nutritional profile.

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