Chamomile Flower Whole (Matricaria)

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Chamomile has been used as a traditional and natural medicine for thousands of years to calm anxiety and settle stomach and digestive issues. Chamomile has been known to relieve mouth sores caused by cancer treatments, relieve diaper rash in babies, ease the pain associated with external hemorrhoids, relieves anxiety, and can aid with insomnia. When used on the skin, chamomile helps with skin irritations and wound healing. Whether you need help falling asleep at night, boosting your immune system, or reducing stress, a hot cup of chamomile tea might be all that you need! This herbal tea ingredient has a light, floral flavor with a hint of natural sweetness, and blends well with honey. Chamomile tea contains anti-inflammatory properties, and drinking it has been shown to reduce symptoms of inflammation. If you suffer from a chronic inflammatory condition like arthritis, Chamomile can help to soothe pain and make you more comfortable. A cup of Chamomile tea after a meal can help to aid in digestion and ease stomach issues. Chamomile has been shown to reduce symptoms of acid reflux, ward off bloating and gas, and contribute to overall gastrointestinal health.

In magical workings, Chamomile is associated with masculine energy and the element of water. When it comes to deities, Chamomile is linked Cernunnos, Ra, Helios, and other sun gods, since the heads of the flowers look just like little golden suns! Chamomile has been widely known to be an herb of purification and protection, and can be used in incenses for sleep and meditation. Planting it around your home can ward against psychic or magical attack. If you're a gambler, washing your hands in chamomile tea will ensure good luck at the gaming tables and slot machines.

Chamomile Herb should be kept in a sealed container away from direct sunlight, heat, and moisture.  Comes in 1oz and 2 oz varieties.

PLEASE NOTE: Chamomile has the potential to trigger allergic reactions in people who are allergic to related plants in the daisy family, although such reactions are very rare. Avoid it if you are allergic to these plants: chamomile, ragweed, daisies, marigolds, or chrysanthemums.  

DISCLAIMER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE US FDA & CANADIAN HEALTH REGULATIONS

Information on the use of this herb should never replace the care of a medical doctor. We are not medical professionals and are certainly not claiming to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This information is provided for educational purposes only, based on common and publicly accessible historical information on the herb. You must be 18-years or older to purchase any herb from this store. We highly recommend that you educate yourself about the use of this herb before purchasing it.

IMPORTANT: the picture of the product in most cases are stock photos of the herb, the product description will be a near accurate description of the herb. Please expect variations in the color of the herb as this is a natural product.