Five uses of Chamomile

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Chamomile is an herb that has been used for thousands of years. Chamomile has many uses, but there are five uses of Chamomile that has faced the test of time, and you can use this herb for these five uses yourself at home.   

The Five Uses Of Chamomile

1) Digestive Issues

The herb chamomile works to help calm and soothe ailments related to digestion issues. These conditions consist of nausea, abdominal pain, heartburn, bloating, and indigestion. When facing these conditions try a little chamomile tea to help soothe you and get you back to full health. 

2) Skin Conditions 

Chamomile oils can help ease skin burns, acne, skin allergies, diaper rash, and even eczema. By placing cooled chamomile tea bags on your eyes this can help reduces dark circles and puffiness. Also, taking a bath infused with chamomile oil can help rejuvenate your skin and give it a great glow. 

3) Pain 

Organic Roman chamomile has unique anti-spasmodic properties and can help muscles relax and relieve muscular pains.

4) Headaches

There have been some studies that show Roman chamomile tea can help reduce migraine headaches and ease anxiety. The active ingredient in Roman chamomile "apigenin" has been known to help one relax after a stressful day.

5) Insomnia 

A remedy for sleeplessness or insomnia can be a chamomile supplement or tea. When taken at bedtime both have been known to help calm the senses and induce sleep.