Chamomile is a gentle sedative herb that can be taken daily or as needed. We use it for its calming effects and for tummy trouble. Plus, its just lovely in a chilled glass of water or with your iced green tea.
If you suffer from insomnia, stress, and anxiety, this natural sedative acts as a tonic to help combat, depression, soothe your nerves and induce sleep.
Chamomile flower tinctures help calm ulcerative colitis, GERD, gastritis and improve digestion, supporting the gastrointestinal tract and easing a nervous stomach. Chamomile is frequently used to treat colic in infants and teething problems. Chamomile could help morning sickness during pregnancy.
For infants, it is best that infants receive the benefits through mothers milk.
Many people tend to overeat or turn to junk food when they feel stressed. Studies at the University of Maryland showed that Chamomile flower helped with anxiety and reducing stress, thus allowing dieters to make wise decisions instead of stress eating.
Chamomile, it is usually considered safe enough for the elderly and young children.
Certain active compounds in Chamomile extract work similar to anti-anxiety medications, which promote relaxation in the brain and nervous system. Chamomile has a relaxing effect on the body, and it has been used for centuries to treat insomnia, especially when it is a result of anxiety, its mildly sedating and muscle-relaxing effects may help those who suffer from sleeplessness. It is useful for nervousness due to common every day overwork and fatigue as well as easing the impact of stress.
Chamomile possesses antioxidant and antiseptic qualities. Evidence indicates that its use neutralizes certain germs and prevents infection, including staph and strep toxins. Chamomile also has immune boosting properties and helps in the fight against colds and sinusitis due to its antibacterial properties.
Contraindications: Those who suffer from allergies to members of the daisy family (ragweed) should consult a doctor or allergist before using Chamomile. Chamomile contains natural blood thinners (coumarins) and should not be taken by those using the prescription drug Coumadin or other blood thinners. Because Chamomile is a uterine stimulant, pregnant women should discuss its use with their physicians before using it. Chamomile may cause drowsiness. Chamomile may have adverse effects if you are taking anticonvulsant medications or sedatives.
A tincture is a liquid concentrated extract that is made from herbs to be ingested as a supplement to utilize that herbs beneficial properties. It is a quick and easy way to use herbs to assist with healing or as a preventative. Please see our article "What is a tincture" to understand more about them and the recommended dosages.
Tinctures have been proven to work faster, last longer and are stronger than most other forms of herbal supplements and have been used regularly for centuries.
1 ounce glass bottle with dropper included and the shelf life is 1 year.
Please take care when using herbal remedies and products. We highly recommend reading our page regarding "Precautions and Contradictions" and additionally, "What is a Tincture?".
Sometimes I add this in with the sleep tincture for the hubby when his stomach is bothering him.
I bought this for my 16 year old who was having trouble sleeping.
It has helped her as well as myself when having problems falling asleep.🌟