“Chamomile” originates from the ancient Greek word khamaimelon (Literally earth-apple); as in the earthy apple-like scent of these white and yellow daisy-like flowers. This herb was and still is a popular natural remedy; it has been used throughout the course of civilization for its medicinal properties.
It’s Really Good For You…
The therapeutic qualities of Chamomile are both outstanding and numerous, few of which are:
Skin and wound healing. Be it Potion or oil, the herbal remedy was used to treat and soothe cuts and burns as far back as ancient Greece. More recently, Chamomile is used to treat several skin conditions; such as acne. The natural medicine is an effective healing and rejuvenating agent, that’s due its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antiseptic effects.
Sleep inducing. A cup of Chamomile tea just before going to bed is about the best thing to drink after a long stressful day. The herb aids in promoting sleep because of its relaxing and soothing properties.
Stomach ache Relieving. Consuming this elixir does wonders to your digestive system, helping with a few conditions like abdominal pain and irritable bowels. Moreover, it soothes muscles and linings of the intestines resulting in overall enhancement of your digesting.
This flower has been used to fight colds and insomnia for centuries. Chamomile enhances your overall health. Furthermore, it can help you get a glowing, clear and fresh looking skin when used topically.
Make the Perfect Cup
It’s not rocket surgery! All you need is a Chamomile teabag and hot clean water (A cup or two may prove handy as well!), you can opt for dried Chamomile flowers but you’ll need a strainer for that. Just put the Chamomile in a cup (See, I told you!), pour in hot water, let it infuse for a couple or three minutes, and there you go. You may drink it (strain it first when using dried flowers). I prefer adding a few drops of lemon juice and a table spoon of honey; further improving the infusion’s benefits and its taste.
More than a Beverage!
Chamomile consumption as a refreshing herbal tea is only one of its various uses! It can be used as vapor, wash or even to prepare compresses at home. Moreover, it can be used in oil, lotion or ointment forms. A recipe I’m using now involves putting a handful of dried Chamomile flowers in a glass jar that’s half-full of water, letting it ferment for a whole day, and then applying it topically to my face with a cotton pad. Will let you know how it turns out; use it at your own risk for now!
Beware of the Herb
The earthy remedy is considered safe, but pregnant women and people with health problems; namely allergies, should consult a doctor before using Chamomile in any form. Moreover, consuming this wonderful herb in excessive amounts may prove detrimental to your health, so take it easy with the Chamo!
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