Chamomile is known for its sedative and soothing action. True grandmother’s remedy, it is also anti-inflammatory and good for the skin. Light on its benefits.
Against digestive disorders
Gastroenteritis, inflammation of the stomach, gastric ulcers, diarrhea, bloating or flatulence: against all these ailments, chamomile is very effective. To do this, you have to drink it infusion after each meal. The best is to infuse it with a lid, so that the active ingredients do not evaporate.
Chamomile is also known to calm anxieties and anxiety. Again, you can infuse it, or use it in essential oils. Dilute a few drops in your bath, before lounging in it. In case of sleep disturbance, place a drop under the sole of each foot or along the spine. Finally, if you have tendencies towards depression, hysterics, overwork or emotional trauma, or emotional trauma, place some on your wrists and breathe deeply. Don’t forget to talk to your doctor about it, however, because the abuse of essential oils can be dangerous.
Against skin irritations
Whether in essential oil or infusions, applying chamomile to skin irritations, insect bites, eczema, burns or sunburns will have a quick soothing effect. Moreover, it is healing.
Against canker sores, for example, chamomile will be an excellent anti-inflammatory remedy, drink a cup of cold chamomile. And if you suffer from conjunctivitis, apply compresses or rinse your eye with this same infusion, also cooled.
Against sore throats
Chamomile soothes sore throats, again, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties. You can drink it, not too hot, or inhale it, this time very hot. In addition, since it is antibacterial, it will help you fight bad bacteria. It can also be drunk to prevent minor winter ailments.