Chamomile Organic

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With hints of apple and a hint of honey-like sweetness, Chamomile has been used as a beneficial plant by humans for thousands of years. The earliest historic record comes from 1550 B.C. when chamomile was used by Egyptians to honor Gods and Goddesses, was used in combination with other plants when embalming the dead, and was used to cure illnesses. Modern historic records trace chamomile's healing uses to 1st C. Europe. 

Chamomile contains many beneficial phytochemicals: Alpha-bisobolol is known to have anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. Chamomile also contains apigenin, that is shown to reduce inflammation and blood sugar. Apigenin has also been shown to prevent and reduce cancerous tumor growth, assist with regulating autoimmune function, and help in the prevention of Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases. Chamomile also contains dozens of other phytonutrients such as quercetin, azulene, coumarin, choline, and Vitamins B1, B3, and C.

Chamomile has been used to support the reduction of inflammation, help stimulate the appetite, and assist in digestion, and sleep. In clinical trials, chamomile has been shown to help support a healthy sleep regimen, especially with those suffering from insomnia.

Chamomile is great to help de-stress and relax, as it soothes and helps reduce inflammation throughout the body. 

Origin- Egypt

Instructions- Bring water to a boil and steep, covered, 1.8 g (about 2 tsp)/ 12 oz of water.

1 oz. of Organic Chamomile yields 11-14 Cups, but each serving may be infused up to 3x. Add one minute per additional infusion.


*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. Please note that some people may suffer allergic responses to chamomile, especially those who are sensitive to ragweed. Therefore, longterm and regular, daily use is not recommended. Please exercise caution and do not ingest chamomile while drinking alcohol or ingesting sedatives.