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Celebrities Choose Chamomile Tea

January 07, 2008


Singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette has been making music since she was eight years old, becoming most famous for her 1996 hit album, Jagged Little Pill. According to at least one fan site, Morissette is also known to sing the praises of chamomile tea! The herbal tea (made from the flowers of a perennial in the Aster family) is Alanis’ favorite drink, but she also finds that it soothes her throat. At lunch with Jon Pareles of The New York Times, Alanis explained her need for a cup of chamomile tea, by simply noting “I’m a singer on the road.”

Actress Jessica Alba is a chamomile tea fan for slightly different reasons. Jessica keeps the tea bags on hand as a beauty treatment for her eyes. Emily Dougherty notes in her Harper’s Bazaar beauty secrets that Alba “keeps chamomile tea bags in the fridge to rid tired eyes of puffiness on Sunday mornings.’I slap them on after I stay out too late,’” she quotes Alba as saying.

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