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Chamomile Tea

Chamomile Tea

Possibly the most widely used herb for relaxation in the Western world and safe for use in all types of anxiety and stress-related disorders. Traditionally used to calm anxiety and settle upset stomachs.*


    Chamomile (Matricaria recutita, German chamomile, wild chamomile, blue chamomile, scented Maywood)


    ACTIONS: Anticatarrhal (rids the body of excess mucus), Anti-inflammatory, Antimicrobial, Antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle), Bitter, Carminative (relieving flatulence), Nervine, Vulnerary (healing or treating wounds).*


    MEDICINAL USES: Although exceedingly gentle, chamomile is potent and effective. A comprehensive list of medicinal uses for chamomile would be very long. Included would be insomnia, anxiety, menopausal, depression, loss of appetite, dyspepsia, gastric ulcers, diarrhea, colic, aches and pains of flu, migraine, neuralgia, teething, vertigo, motion sickness, conjunctivitis, inflamed skin, urticaria, and many others.*


    It offers excellent support for the nervous and digestive systems. Acts on the digestive system, promoting proper function. This usually involves soothing the walls of the intestines, easing griping pains, and facilitating the elimination of gas. Effective in relieving indigestion. It calms inflammation such as gastritis and helps prevent ulcers. It relaxes and tones the nervous system and is especially valuable when anxiety and tension produce digestive systems, such as gas, colic pains, and ulcers.* 


    As an antipasmodic herb, it works on peripheral nerves and muscles, and indirectly relaxes the whole body. When the physical body is at ease, the heart and the mind follow. It may prevent and ease muscle cramps, whether in the legs or abdomen. It is helpful for anxious children or teething infants when added to bathwater.*


    For infants and children, chamomile tea is a popular remedy for calming colic and childhood digestive issues. The tea can be added to bathwater for a relaxing and soothing bath. A steam inhalation of chamomile oil mayb relieve inflamed mucous membranes in the sinuses and lungs. Also assisting in the elimination of excess mucus buildup in the sinus area.*


    Externally, chamomile oil makes an excellent massafe oil for relieving stress, anxiety, and muscle soreness.* 


    PREPARATION & DOSAGE: To make an infusion (drinking tea), infuse 2-3 teaspoons of dried herb in 1 cup boiling water for 10 minutes in a covered container, 3 or 4x daily.

    To achieve the best results, follow Dr. Sebi's Nutritional Guide, which reflects an African Biomineral Diet. Since food is medicine, the true healing comes from daily eating choices with the support of herbal remedies.


    SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS: Potentionally, chamomile may cause allergic reactions in people sensitive to plants in the Asteraceae family.

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

    Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use if you're pregnant or breastfeeding, taking any medication, or if you have any medical condition.


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