History:Chamomile Flowers are one of the safest and most popular natural botanical available. Chamomile Flowers, which grow in locations around the world, have a myriad of internal and external uses and is well known for its medicinal uses. In ancient times, the Egyptians believed Chamomile could cure ague and dedicated the flower to their gods. In English gardens, Chamomile was grown for its use as a common domestic medicine to such an extent that the old herbals agreed that 'it is but lost time and labor to describe it.' Chamomile powder can be infused into shampoo to promote healthy hair and produce a wonderful smell. Applying Chamomile Flowers as a wash or a compress is also common. Also, many people add Chamomile Powder to bath water to soothe and calm through aromatherapy. Chamomile Flower powder is commonly used to make fresh, organic Chamomile tea due to its sedative properties.
Uses: Chamomile is used for its calming effect. Both to the mood and the body. It is Uses indigestion, nervousness, irritable bowles, swelling and inflammatory pain.
Active Ingredients: Anthemic acid, tannic acid, glucoside saponins, carotenoids, terols, flavonoids, mucilage
Actions: anti-Inflammatory, Carmomatovive, anti-spasmodic, analgesic, antiseptic, vulnerary aromatic diaphoretic, nervine, emmenagogue, sedative, tonic