Thursday, January 6, 2011


Chamomile tea is a trusted herbal remedy that helps with many common ailments such as insomnia, depression, stomach problems, infections and it is one remedy that has been passed down from generation to generation. Some people actually started to grow chamomile in their herbal gardens and with good reason.

Chamomile tea has been used as a healing drink for centuries so it's no wonder that it is estimated that over 1 million cups are ingested every day. The medicinal properties of this tea are wide and many, but perhaps the best known is it's ability to help you relax. Many people like to drink it before bedtime as a sleep inducer and one herbal medicine guide claims that drinking chamomile tea before bed will stop nightmares

Because of its antiseptic proprieties (it calms pains and reduces swelling), wild chamomile is used externally through cataplasm, enema, throat wash in different afflictions. Wounds with puss, burns, hemorrhoids, throat pains, different ulcerations of the skin, leucorrhea, dental abscess, conjunctivitis, etc. are ameliorated by chamomile. Chamomile has a whole list of benefits, that include things like stress relief, muscle and joint pain relief, antiseptic and antibacterial properties and even the ability to ease annoyances associated with your menstrual cycle, such as PMS and bloating. In addition to these, chamomile has been known to aid in the relief of digestive problems, such as gas, diarrhea, bloating, and sore stomachs.

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