chamomile

chamomile

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Use loose leaf chamomile as a tea, infusion, steam inhalation, poultice, bath.

Matricaria Chamomilla in Latin [German Chamomile]

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An ally for bringing about restful states and peaceful calm, chamomile is extremely useful and safe.  Helping to ease emotional tension, mental and physical stress, chamomile is a wonderfully gentle sedative that's particularly useful for anxiety and insomnia.

With it's sweet apple-y taste, chamomile is a great choice in herbal medicine for common, every day use, and is incredibly well-suited for children!

*Historically, German Chamomile has been used to treat many conditions, including:
Anxiety

Acne

Abscesses

Chest colds

Children's conditions such as chickenpox, diaper rash, and colic

Eczema

Gum inflammation (gingivitis)

Inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis)

Insomnia

Minor first-degree burns

Psoriasis

Stomach ulcers

Sore throats

 an ally for bringing about restful states and peaceful calm :: the ever-so powerful chamomile ✨

an ally for bringing about restful states and peaceful calm :: the ever-so powerful chamomile ✨

herbal actions

Anti-spasmotic

Anti-inflammatory

Anti-microbial

Antihistasmine

Carminative

Decongestant

Diuretic

Mild Bitter

Mild Sedative

Nervine Relaxant

Stomachic

Vulnary

 


Use as a tea, infusion, poultice, bath.

To make chamomile tea, steep a heaping teaspoon in boiling water for 3-5 minutes.  Strain and enjoy.  Add honey for sweetness and medicinal benefit.


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*Consult with your healthcare provider before consuming if you have a pre-existing medical condition, are pregnant, or are currently nursing. This herbal tea is in no way a form of medication, or a substitute for current medications that may have been prescribed by your healthcare provider.  All results may vary.

1) Chevallier A. The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants. New York: DK Publishing, 1996.
2) Stuart M. The Encyclopedia of Herbs & Herbalism. Rexdale, Ontario: Classic Bookshops, 1979.
3) Hoffman D. Medical Herbalism. Rochester, Vermont: Healing Arts Press, 2003.
3) https://www.umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/german-chamomile