Chamomile, camomile or flower of Saint George, whatever name you may know it by, it is a herb that is usually in every house. Chamomile has aromatic and therapeutic action. This aromatic oil is used for digestive problems, and for the treatment of infectious diseases.

Therapeutic Uses and Benefits

  • Against the cold, with chamomile extract inhalation steam
  • Helps in Asthma and Breathing
  • Antipyretic As Disinfectant
  • Against Colonic Pain at All Ages
  • Against Rheumatism
  • Helps the Digestive System, Digestion
  • Against Anorexia, Stomach Disorders
  • Against Constipation
  • Diuretic
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • Against Dysmenorrhea
  • Helps the liver
  • Helps the Immune System
  • Relieves from Period Pain and Premenstrual Syndrome
  • Against Vaginitis
  • Nerve Calming
  • Relaxing
  • Antidepressant
  • Anxiolytic
  • Against Headaches
  • Skin Antiseptic and Soothing, Relieves Acne, Eczema, Inflammation, Burns
  • Relieves Allergies and Eye Irritations and Black Circles
  • Gives natural sunny highlights into blond to light-brown hair
  • Suitable for Removing Makeup, mix in a bowl equal amount of Chamomile with Milk

Precautions - What You Should Know

  • People with sensitivity or allergy to daisies or chrysanthemums may experience Allergy in Chamomile.
  • To avoid digestive or gastrointestinal irritation, the dosage should not exceed 3-4 times a day.
  • Chamomile can affect the absorption of iron from the intestine, not suitable for people with iron deficiency.

The above article has a purely informative purpose. Before you start any treatment or change of diet, consult your doctor or nutritionist.