Vitamin Supplement
 

Chamomille

 

 

The soothing properties of the Chamomille tea and seeds have been used medicinally for centuries.  

 

Nowadays, Chamomille is still used as a mild sedative for individuals with nervousness or minor anxiety. 

 

Chamomille has many other health benefits, including mild insomnia and topically as an effective wound-healing agent. 

 

Chamomille tea benefits exceed its side effects. 

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But one of the biggest concern about chamomille is on pregnancy. Is chamomile tea safe during pregnancy? I noticed that there are conflicting messages on the subject. 

 

As a physician, I have already met pregnancy women complaining about spontaneous abortion after taking chamomile. I couldn't check if they were wrong or not. No study reported by the medical literature conclude to adverse effects. But I personally believe that in case of doubt, it's better to avoid it. 

 

Its Dosage: 

 

  •  Chamomille Dosage Range 400 to 1600mg (standardized extract) daily, in divided doses. 

 

Tea: Place one heaping teaspoonful in 1 cup hot water; steep 10 minutes, strain. Drink 3-4 times a day as needed. 

 

Topically: Apply to affected area 3-4 times a day as needed. 

 

  •  Its Most Common Dosage 400mg (standardized extract), 3 times a day for stress. 

 

Tea: Place one heaping teaspoonful in 1 cup hot water; steep 10 minutes, strain. Drink 3 times a day as needed. 

 

Topically: Apply to affected area 3 times a day as needed. 

 

We suggest to buy from companies that follow GMP (Growth Manufacturing Practice) and present other benefits like low prices or low shipping cost. This is: 

 

  •  CHAMOMILE Tea Bags  from Puritan Pride (Giant sales over 70% off- Coupons & deals availables). 

 

  •  Doctor's Trust Fall Asleep, 180 capsule, Formula  that contains chamomile. 

 

  •  Functions or Benefits of Chamomille: 

 

  •  It is usually used for calming the nerves without causing drowsiness or motor impairment. 

 

  •  It also has the ability to soothe the digestive system and alleviate gas. 

 

  •  It may help the body ward off infections caused by certain bacteria and fungal strains. 

 

  •  It has also been shown to have weak activity similar to the hormones progesterone and estrogen. 

 

  •  In the form of a topical ointment, Chamomille has been used to treat acne, skin infections, burns and wounds. 

 

  •  It relieves medium-degree atopic eczema better than 0.5% hydrocortisone cream. 

 

  •  Side effects and dangers: 

 

  •  Some people experience an allergic reaction with symptoms like fast or irregular breathing, skin rash, hives or itching when taking this supplement. Call your doctor or seek medical attention if these symptoms appear or do not go away. 

 

  •  If you are allergy to members of the daisy and chrysanthemum family, you may be allergic to this dietary supplement. So, contact your physician before use this supplement. 

 

  •  Pregnancy/Breast-Feeding: Medical literature has not reported any adverse effects related to fetal development during pregnancy or to infants who are breast-fed. 

 

Health Conditions related: 

 

  •  Insomnia, Sleep Disorders 
  •  Nausea and Vomiting 

 

Drugs Interactions: 

 

  •  Sedative medications 
  •  Anxiolytic medications