Used in Baths, Creams, Infusions, Teas and Extracts. The traditional use of chamomile tea is to induce a deep sleep, an effect confirmed in a study of patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Chamomile stops spasms in the smooth muscles lining the stomach and intestines, and contains chemicals that are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and antiparasitic. One hint for best results: Always brew chamomile tea in a closed container, especially if you live at a high altitude.
Chamomile is in the Ragweed family and may react with those who have extreme sensitivities to the Ragweed family.
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