Other Names: Chamomile, Chamomel, Ground Apple, Perennial Chamomile, Sailor's Buttons, Maythen, Whig Plant, Earth Apple, English Chamomile, Garden Chamomile, Lawn Chamomile, Low Chamomile, Roman Chamomile, Wild Chamomile, Chamaemelum nobile
Traditional Usages: Dyeing, Nervous Excitability, Convulsions, Restlessness, Hyperactivity in Children, Insomnia, Fever, Measles, Travel Sickness, Peptic Ulcers, PMS, Candida Albicans, Sore Throat and Mouth, Physical Stress, Nausea and Indigestion from Emotional Upset, Loss of Appetitie, Hair Loss, Irritability, Hay Fever, Menstrual Disorders, Eases Menstrual Cramps, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Ulcers, Gastrointestinal Disorders, Hemorrhoids, Skin Conditions such as Eczema, Chickenpox and Psoriasis, Hyperactivity in Children, Internal Worms, Hysteria from Womb Irritation, Vomitting during Pregnancy, Infertility
Resources: Britain, Europe, North and South America, North Africa, Asia, Australia
Parts Used: Whole plant, Flowers, Oil
Administration Methods: Freshly prepared tea, also used as a wash or gargle, liquid extract, tinctures.
Herb Action: Anti-inflammatory, Antispasmodic, Antibacterial, Promotes wound healing, Deodorant, Musculotropic, Bacteriostatic
Herbal Research: Chamomile
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