Chamomile (babonj)

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Chamomile (babonj)

Chamomile is used topically in skin and mucous membrane inflammations and skin diseases. It can be inhaled for respiratory tract inflammations or irritations; 

Net weight : 100 g 

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used in baths as irrigation for anogenital inflammation; and used internally for GI spasms and inflammatory diseases. However, clinical trials supporting any use of chamomile is limited.

Chamomile

Uses

Chamomile is used topically in skin and mucous membrane inflammations and skin diseases. It can be inhaled for respiratory tract inflammations or irritations; used in baths as irrigation for anogenital inflammation; and used internally for GI spasms and inflammatory diseases. However, clinical trials supporting any use of chamomile are limited.
Dosing

Chamomile has been used as a tea for various conditions and as a topical cream. Typical oral doses are 9 to 15 g/day. Gargles made from 8 g chamomile flowers in 1,000 mL of water have been used in clinical trials.

 

Chamomile (babonj)

 

Contraindications

The use of chamomile-containing preparations is contraindicated in persons with hypersensitivity to ragweed pollens.

Pregnancy/Lactation

Unreferenced adverse reactions have been cited. Avoid use during pregnancy. No clinical data are available on use during lactation.

Herbal Power
Calms your nervous system, soothes and supports your digestion.*

Reason to Love
One of the most widely used and well-loved herbs of the world, we adore chamomile for its mildly bittersweet, flowery taste and its ability to soothe and calm the body, mind and spirit.* Our chamomile is a cut above the common chamomile you’ll find in most teas. Made from only the white and yellow, tiny, daisy-like flowers (no stems and leaves here), we think of our chamomile tea as a cup of peaceful, easy feelings—plain and simple.

Taste
Fragrantly floral, honey-like and bittersweet