08 Oct Chamomile
Research has recognized chamomile a fighting agent against depression and stress, while calming the nerves. It can be consumed as an herbal oil or herbal drink. Inhaling chamomile oil vapor is often recommended to relieve depression and stress. The herb is also used in the production of candles, aromatherapy compounds, and bath therapy.
The miraculous properties of chamomile
Polyphenol is the major compound of chamomile. Other ingredients include quercetin, luteolin, patoltin and apigenin. This herb has the following extraordinary medicinal properties:
- Healing the wounds
- relieving depression and stress.
- Antispasmodic or muscle cramps
- Effective in treating stomach ulcers.
- Treating skin problems
- Helping treat hemorrhoids.
- Reducing rheumatic pain and relieve osteoarthritis.
- Relieving intestines and stomach disorders
- eliminating menstrual disorders
- having anti-inflammatory properties:
The compounds such as apigenin, patulin, quercetin, and glycoside variants are found to fight free radicals and cell mutations while reducing inflammation.
- Rich in antioxidants:
The antioxidant in the herb is the subcategory of terpenoids containing acetylene and chamazulene. Due to the instability of the compounds, the herb can be stored in the form of vegetable oil or alcohol tincture. The Antioxidant compound is very effective in relieving pain and swelling, reducing mood disorders while boosting the immune system and supporting the overall health of the skin, nails, eyes, teeth, and hair.