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Chamomile Flowers

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Organic chamomile flowers.

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  • Our organic chamomile flowers are harvested at the peak of freshness. Matricaria chamomilla is a well-known blossom in the herbal world and is renowned for its gentle actions. German chamomile is most often prepared as an infusion of chamomile tea, and the flowers are widely used in hair and skin care recipes. Topically, this herb has an emollient effect that is softening and soothing to the skin and is great to use as a bath soak. Tucking a chamomile sachet under the pillow at night promotes restful sleep.
  • Chamomile has magical implications for attracting money and wealth. It has a soft soothing  power that helps relieve stress and tension.
  • Chamomile promotes relaxation and supports digestive health*. It is a gentle herb known throughout most of the world which has been used continually for many centuries. It is often ingested as a mild tea for calming purposes and to soothe the digestive tract. Chamomile is soothing to the skin and is often found in lotions and hair products. It was used in ancient Egypt and was given as an offering to their gods. Chamomile has been utilized extensively in Europe as somewhat of a panacea which supported digestive health. Common preparations were teas, baths and sitzbaths, gargles, inhalations, and compresses. Germans refer to this herb as alles zutraut meaning 'capable of anything.' Matricaria chamomilla and Chamaemelum nobile are similar and have been traditionally used interchangeably to some degree, although differences in taste and action have been noted. In the Mexican folkloric tradition, manzanilla was used to support healthy respiratory function and for soothing the stomach and easing digestion. In the highlands of southern Mexico, the Tzeltal Maya make a chamomile tea containing an orange and a lime leaf to lift the mood. Native Americans have used this and related species since their introduction to the Americas, often utilizing the entire plant. The Aleut drank teas to alleviate gas, and also considered the plant a cure-all. Drinking the tea was a Cherokee trick for "regularity." The Kutenai and Cheyenne got creative, the former making jewelry and the later, perfume, out of the pulverized dry flowers.
  • Precautions
  • Persons with allergies to other members of the Asteraceae family should exercise caution with chamomile. The infusion should not be used near the eyes. We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
  • *This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not 



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