Examinations have validated that apigenin is the ingredient accountable for chamomile's quietening, mildly sedative, anti-inflammatory and anti-spasmodic effects. Other elements such as Chamazuline, Azulene, Matricine and Bisabolol also have anti-inflammatory effects. Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) has been defined by Germans as "Alles zutraut", which means "capable of whatever" thanks to their notion that chamomile can alleviate many ailments. The active ingredients are found in the volatile oils from the foliage of chamomile.
Taken internally, Chamomile supports symptoms of gastritis, burning sensations, ulcers and other gastro-intestinal concerns including dyspepsia and flatulency. The bioflavonoid apigenin has been identified for its potential to cause relaxation and for its calmative qualities. For that reason, chamomile is a popular herb used to help support and help avoid impatience, tension, anxiety, anxiousness and difficulty sleeping.
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Take 1 capsule, 3 times daily, with meals.
Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women.
Allergy to chamomile may occur in hypersensitive individuals who have an allergy to ragweed pollen.
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