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Benefits of Chamomile


Chamomile, whether in tea, tincture or essential oil form, is one the best medicinal herbs for fighting stress and promoting relaxation,

The main antioxidant components extracted from chamomile flowers are the terpenoid group of antioxidants, including chamazulene and acetylene derivatives. Because these delicate compounds are unstable, they’re thought to be best   preserved in an alcoholic  tincture or “essential oil” form. These compounds lower inflammation by fighting free radical damage, and preventing cell mutation.

Chamomile benefits start with antioxidants that are associated with better immune function; lower rates of mood       disorders; reduced pain and swelling; and healthier skin, hair, nails, teeth and eyes.

Chamomile can also naturally lower pain associated with arthritis, injuries, back pain, fevers and pregnancy. In fact, its pain-reducing qualities are often used to soothe the body and mind after giving birth.

Chamomile has Strong Anti-Inflammatory and Pain-Reducing Abilities

Chamomile is sometimes called an “herbal aspirin” since it’s been a popular home remedy for lowering pain for  centuries.

Chamomile flowers made as a tincture are used alone or in combination with other anti inflammatory foods to reduce pain, congestion, swelling and redness. They’re effective at reducing facial swelling, skin irritations, toothaches, pain from infections and underlying issues of inflammation. This is the reason chamomile extract is commonly added to beauty products like facial or body lotions, toothpastes, and bath soaps.

Tinctures are made with fresh herbs extracted in alcohol.  Diluting for children or pets is suggested.  Add to boiling  water and let sit for 10 minutes and alcohol traces will dissipate. 


Chamomile Tincture

SKU: 100


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