Herbal Spotlight: Matricaria Recutita

Common names: Chamomile, German Chamomile History: Chamomile was a well-known herb in ancient Egypt and Greece and was used later around the turn of the century for its relaxing properties. Actions: Calming Anti-inflammatory Sleep aid Carminitive (stomach soother) Muscle relaxer Reduces fever Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial Anti-allergenic Skin healing Preparations: Most often used as a tea or tincture. Topical preparations as oils, creams, or compresses are also useful. Uses: Consume chamomile tea before bed for it’s relaxing effects to loosen your muscles and help you sleep Use chamomile tea or tincture when your stomach is feeling unsettled, or you are experiencing bowel irregularities App

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