Chamomile Flower, Dried

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Chamomile has been used for centuries in teas as a mild, relaxing sleep aid, treatment for fevers, colds, stomach ailments, and as an anti-inflammatory. Recent and on-going research has identified chamomiles specific anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, muscle relaxant, antispasmodic, anti-allergenic and sedative properties, validating its long-held reputation. Today, Chamomile is included as a drug in the pharmacopoeia of 26 countries.

Internally, Chamomile is beneficial for digestive conditions such as gastrointestinal discomfort, flatulence, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, peptic ulcers, gastritis, diarrhoea. It also helps to relieve insomnia, mild anxiety, pediatric colic and teething.

Topically, Chamomile can be used to treat inflammatory skin conditions, cuts, bruises, hemorrhoids, and other irritations. 






 










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Rated 5 out of 5
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Chamomile flowers dried

Great taste in tea...So refreshing.. Love every sip of my tea with these gorgeous flowers

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Smells amazing! This is the first time I ever seen the real chamomile flowers! I'm using it in my tea with some honey / lemon! I guess the tea promotes the glow on my skin! Love the resealable bag!

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Smells amazing! Made up of the whole flower head and some stem. Amaizing to create infusions for body and bath products.

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This is great quality chamomile. So aromatic. Comparing the aroma to chamomile tea I normally buy, I can't help but wonder if they extract the chamomile of its essential oils before packaging it as "tea". Now I know what real chamomile smells like. Thanks again.

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