Camomile ( Matricaria Camomila )

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Dried chamomile flower is an age-old medicinal drug known camomile supplier exporter in ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Chamomile's popularity grew throughout the Middle Ages, when people turned to it as a remedy for numerous medical complaints including asthma, colic, fevers, inflammations, nausea, nervous complaints, children's ailments, skin diseases and cancer. As a popular remedy, it may be thought of as the European counterpart of ginseng.

Recent and on-going research has identified chamomile's specific anti-inflammatory, camomile exporter anti-bacterial, anti-allergenic and sedative properties, validating its long-held reputation. This attention appears to have increased the popularity of the herb and nowadays Chamomile is included as a drug in the pharmacopoeia of 26 countries.

Chamomile has been used for centuries in teas as a mild, relaxing sleep aid, camomile supplier treatment for fevers, colds, stomach ailments, and as an anti-inflammatory, to name only a few therapeutic uses. Extensive scientific research over the past 20 years has confirmed many of the traditional uses for the plant and established pharmacological mechanisms for the plant's therapeutic activity, including antipeptic, antispasmodic, antipyretic, antibacterial, antifungal, and antiallergenic activity.

In addition to medicinal use, chamomile enjoys wide usage, especially in Europe and the U.S., as a refreshing beverage tea and as an ingredient in numerous cosmetic and external preparations. Rob McCaleb, camomile exporter President of the Herb Research Foundation in Boulder, Colorado estimates that over one million cups of Chamomile tea are ingested worldwide each day, making it probably the most widely consumed herb tea.

Although best known as a muscle relaxant and antispasmodic, chamomile is also believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory capabilities. The plant's healing properties come from its daisylike flowers, which contain volatile oils (including bisabolol, bisabolol oxides A and B, and matricin) as well as flavonoids (particularly a compound called apinegin) and other therapeutic substances. Chamomile may be used internally or externally. As a popular remedy, it may be thought of as the European counterpart of ginseng.

Remember that chamomile is a cumulative treatment and this means that while it rewards users with benefits as soon as they start taking the supplement, the more regularly and the longer term you take the supplements camomile supplier the greater the effect will be. With a sensible dosage, there are no ill effects associated with the consumption of chamomile and so it is perfectly safe to take over a long period of time. By doing so, you may prevent the onslaught of certain conditions and treat other problems before they become noticeable.

The most common use for chamomile supplements is as a muscle relaxant. Chamomile supplements are available as creams or as tablets, or alternatively you can buy the flowers of the plant from health stores and brew your own chamomile tea. camomile exporter How you take the supplement is probably best dictated by the reason you are taking it. Using chamomile as a muscle relaxant can help with menstrual cramps as well as other muscle complaints and should be taken internally. Two or three cups of chamomile tea every day or two to three tablets a day will usually be sufficient to help most ailments.

Chamomile can be used to help ease the pain and uncomfortable feelings associated with burns, allergies and other problems. In most of these cases you may choose to use creams that are available in health stores or over the Internet. However, camomile exporter in the case of burns you should not choose a cream. Creams contain certain oily substances that trap the heat, further irritating the burn. For burns you should use cooled chamomile tea on a clean dressing. With other skin irritation you can choose to use creams, take capsules or drink the pleasantly fragranced tea.