Chamomile is one of the oldest favourites amongst garden herbs and its reputation as a medicinal plant shows little signs of abatement.
Chamomile tincture, a derivative of chamomile flower, has long been recognized for its medicinal benefits. Chamomile flower looks like a daisy with its beautiful white petals and yellow disc florets, and it has a strong aroma. Native to Asia, Europe, Australia and North America, this beautiful flower blossoms during early summers.
Chamomile tincture provides solution to several health related concerns such as intestinal & stomach disorders, anxiety, insomnia, mouth ulcers and so on.
The traditional use of chamomile is to induce a deep sleep, an effect confirmed in a study of patients undergoing cardiac catheterization. Chamomile stops spasms in the smooth muscles lining the stomach and intestines, and contains chemicals that are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and antiparasitic.
Chamomile tincture has muscle relaxing properties. It relaxes muscles of the uterus and gives relief from menstrual cramps. It increases glycine which reduces muscle spasms. It can help you get relieved from stomach cramps during menstrual cycles.
Since it has muscle relaxing properties, it can relieve stress too.
Chamomile has anti-bacterial properties. It therefore increases the immune power of a person. Chamomile tincture taken during cold and cough helps a person recuperate from it faster.
Chamomile reduces gas formation. It also helps you get rid of heartburn and irritable bowel syndrome.
Chamomile has sedating properties. Regular intake of chamomile tincture can help you get good sleep and can give you relief from troubled sleep.
Take 20 - 30 drops in a glass of warm water up to three times a day or as needed.
Ingredients: Chamomile, Grain Alcohol, Distilled Water
How To Use Tinctures
The benefit of tinctures is that the medicinal value is easily assimilated in the body, they are convenient to use, the average shelf life is 5 years, and they offer a more complete range of medicinal properties than dried herbs or capsules.
The best way to use liquid herbal tinctures is to put the suggested amount in a glass of water, tea, or juice and drink the entire contents. Tinctures can also be administered directly into the mouth without the assistance of water however some tinctures are unpalatable which is why most people prefer to dilute it into a beverage.
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