Chamomile

Botanical name: Matricaria chamomilla Matricaria recutita common names: camomile, Chamomile Chamomile, German Chamomile, Roman wild. Source: Annual plant in the South of Europe. Medicinal part used: Flowers story: its name comes from two roots: latin and Greek. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. Registration of cosmetic use from 2000 years ago. Used in the Greek medicine for fevers and female problems. Composition: azulene flavonoids Alpha-bisabolol precautions avoid use in the first trimester of pregnancy or breastfeeding. Action allergy test: anti-inflammatory antiseptic antispasmodic soothing carminative diaphoretic digestive soothing emollient restorative nervous sedative tonic externally diluted in carrier oil or water: give shine to eye conjunctivitis eyes swollen inflammation of the tissue keep skin healthy relieve discomfort of eruptions sensitive, dry or reddened skin Eczema anxiety in steamer or aromatising: stimulant system immune irritation and inflammation in inflammatory pathways improve symptoms of the viral diseases or infectious other uses cold: lotions and facial creams, shampoos potpourri bathrooms: pain in joints hemorrhoids muscle aches neuralgia soften hands and feet tiredness externally: earache tearing muscle rheumatism neuralgia sciatica affirm woven irritable colon syndrome vaginal irritation battered hands cramping menstrual regulator diarrhea of menstruation cramps in children nervous tension

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