Roman chamomile supports the digestive function and its antispasmodic activity makes it used against headaches and aches
Its bitter infusion is also recommended for external use on eyelid inflammations and skin irritations
Roman chamomile, noble chamomile, sweet chamomile, feverfew, chamomile, noble anthemis, Anjou chamomile.
Chamaemelum nobile (L.) All. (= Anthemis nobilis).
Chamomile is prepared as an infusion (8 flower heads per cup in a 4-minute infusion). Drink 3 cups per day after meals.
You can also make an oil of chamomile to massage on the painful articular zones.
It is then necessary to make a hot maceration (in a water bath for 2 hours) of 100 grams of chamomile flowers in 1 liter of olive oil.
Allergies to asteraceae.
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