Matricaria recutita

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Because of it's extraordinarily gentle effectiveness, chamomile is the first herb of choice for many home remedies. The seemingly endless list of uses for chamomile can all be traced to its effects on the nervous system and digestive system, as well as its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

Chamomile is an mild but effective remedy for delayed menstruation and irregular menstruation, and is especially helpful in these conditions that may be triggered by stress, anxiety, and tension.

Chamomile calms anxiety, eases stress and may have a positive effect on attention deficit disorder (ADD). The bitter principles in chamomile make it an excellent tonic for the liver and digestive system.

Chamomile contains compounds that are antibacterial and anti-inflammatory; one of these, the lovely blue chamazulene, is noted for promoting tissue regeneration. Helps heal cuts, scrapes, burns, and abrasions.


Chamomile is known as the “the gods of the sun” and is associated with masculine energy. It has been used traditionally in the process of mummification.

Add chamomile to a bath to attract love and abundance, and feel the centering and calming benefits

Chamomile possesses what Rosemary Gladstar describes as "soft power" to assuage occasional stress and tension. She suggests not only sipping chamomile tea while bathing in it, but also tucking a chamomile sachet under the pillow at night to promote restful sleep.

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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