Shop Chamomile Flowers Forms and Sizes of Bulk Herbs Below
Common Name: Chamomile, Chamomile Flowers, Chamomile Egyptian Flowers, Wild Chamomile, Hungarian Chamomile, Babaunah, Camomile, Pineapple Weed
Botanical Name: Matricaria Recutita, Matricaria Chamomilla, Anthemis nobilis
Chinese / Pin Yin Name: Yang Gan Ju
Chamomile Flowers Dosage: Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.
Chamomile Flowers Precautions: Do not use while pregnant or nursing. May interact with certain blood thinners. Do not use if allergic to daisies, or ragweed. May cause drowsiness, do not drive.
Chamomile Flowers Benefits & Information
Chamomile, a member of the Asteraceae plant family, is one of the oldest known medicinal herbs. Chamomile has been used for centuries for inflammation, antioxidants, as mild astringent, and for a variety of skin concerns. Chamomile is often infused with hot water to make a popular herbal tea with a slightly sweet and earthy flavor. Chamomile is used to flavor beverages, food, and mouthwash. It can also be found in soaps, cosmetics, and skincare products.
Research has found that Chamomile contains a variety of health benefiting bioactive components. Chamomile is rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds, and heart health benefiting compounds. Studies have shown that Chamomile may benefit digestion, promote digestive function, supports pancreatic health, promotes healthy blood sugar levels, benefits blood pressure, promotes healthy cholesterol levels, promotes normal sleep, benefits sleep quality, promotes a calm mental state, and supports bone health. Chamomile may be used topically to benefit irritated skin and skin health.
Chamomile can be used as a tea, tincture, or compress. Chamomile powder is perfect for making your own fresh filler-free chamomile capsules.
Chamomile Flowers Properties: Neutral, Sweet, Slightly Bitter
Chamomile Flowers Channels / Meridians: Heart, Stomach
Chamomile Flowers Naturally Occurring Components: apigenin, flavonoids, terpenoids, essential oils, volatile oils, mucilage, Phenolic compounds, apigenin, quercetin, patuletin, glucosides
Herbs That Combine With Chamomile Flowers