Chamomile or chamomile is this amazing flower in curative benefits that is useful in treating many diseases such as treating anxiety, depression, insomnia, skin diseases, stomach ulcers, digestive disorders, wounds, treating arthritis, and getting rid of rheumatic pain.
According to what was published by the American “draxe” website, chamomile has great medicinal benefits, namely:
Treating anxiety and depression
Eating chamomile helps fight stress, anxiety and depression, and chamomile is often used to soothe the nerves.
Chamomile improves digestion
Eating chamomile helps relax and treat digestive disorders, eliminates gas, indigestion, diarrhea, loss of appetite, dizziness, nausea and vomiting.
Chamomile helps to treat diarrhea and stomach ache in children. Chamomile oil also contains anode compounds that are anti-spasmodic, and help treat constipation and other stomach pain.
Joint pain and inflammation
Chamomile flower is sometimes called “herbal aspirin” because it can treat joint pain, and use chamomile flowers or in combination with other anti-inflammatory foods, to reduce pain, swelling and redness of the skin.
Chamomile helps reduce facial swelling, skin irritation, and reduces joint and back pain, fever, and pregnancy.
Eating chamomile women after childbirth helps to relax the abdominal muscles and rest.
Chamomile intake helps anti-cancer materials, as many studies have shown that chamomile helps stop the growth of the cancerous tumor, because chamomile contains antioxidants called epigenin, which are vital active ingredients that help prevent prostate diseases, breast cancer and ovarian cancer.
Sinus and influenza
Eating chamomile helps to cope with a cold, flu or sinus infection, and studies show that inhalation of steam from chamomile is useful for treating common cold symptoms.
Chamomile oil helps smooth the skin and maintain its health. Chamomile also helps get rid of the signs of aging such as dark spots, fine lines and reduce the appearance of dandruff. It also treats natural skin rashes and infections around the eyes.
Helps protect the heart and blood vessels. Chamomile contains a high level of flavonoids. Eating chamomile in foods is associated with a lower risk of death from coronary heart disease in elderly men.