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  1. photo The Secrets of <b>Chamomile</b>The Secrets of ChamomileTreatment
    , echinacea, ginseng or valerian root. My mission today is to help boost the reputation of the under appreciated herbal-giant, widely known as chamomile. Oh How Sweet It Is In September of 2008, a studyRead more
  2. photo <b>Chamomile</b> – Universal Natural RemedyChamomile – Universal Natural RemedyTreatment
    Chamomile is a panacea, said the fans of traditional medicine. Chamomile tea is well-known to us, we all use chamomile tea, and this tea is recommended for many health problemsRead more
  3. photo Calm down with <b>chamomile</b>Calm down with chamomileNews
    Chamomile is the king of chillin' out. Just about anyone who reads this website regularly has heard of it, in one of its many available forms. NaturalNews has articles on the many benefitsRead more
  4. photo Black Currants, <b>Chamomile</b> and Turmeric UpdatesBlack Currants, Chamomile and Turmeric UpdatesTreatment
    of position as dictated by emerging research. In January of this year, I wrote a column about chamomile’s potential ability to combat cancer, diabetes and inflammation. A new study published in the AugustRead more
  5. photo Lower thyroid cancer risk with <b>chamomile</b> teaLower thyroid cancer risk with chamomile teaNews
    Chamomile, the attractive, daisy-like flower that is native to many parts of Europe, has a long history of medicinal use that stretches back to the time of ancient Rome. It is most popularly knownRead more
  6. photo <b>Chamomile</b> tea lowers thyroid cancer risk: StudyChamomile tea lowers thyroid cancer risk: StudyNews
    The tiny, daisy-like flowers from the chamomile plant have long been valued for their medicinal properties. At least as far back as Roman times, chamomile was used in teas and extracts to promoteRead more
  7. photo <b>Chamomile</b> displays outstanding anti-anxiety and anticancer propertiesChamomile displays outstanding anti-anxiety and anticancer propertiesNews
    patients were previously suffering from anxiety. It's important to know that chamomile has been proven to be extremely effective in treating the effects of anxiety and depression. It is known to relaxRead more
  8. photo Get Rid Of Stretch Marks – Use <b>Chamomile</b> & AvocadoGet Rid Of Stretch Marks – Use Chamomile & AvocadoArticle
    present you two completely natural ways to help you solve this aesthetic problem. How To Use Chamomile Mix chamomile with lavender oil and jojoba oil. Apply this mixture daily on the places whereRead more
  9. photo Soothing and Sweet Herbal Remedy: The 7 Healing Benefits of <b>Chamomile</b>Soothing and Sweet Herbal Remedy: The 7 Healing Benefits of ChamomileArticle
    You may already know that a cup of chamomile tea can be a great anxiety soother, but did you know the herb can also be used to ease the symptoms of teething pain, indigestion, and can help healRead more
  10. photo <b>Chamomile</b> essential oil shown to kill up to 93 percent of breast cancer cellsChamomile essential oil shown to kill up to 93 percent of breast cancer cellsNews
    remedy?Chinese researchers learned this after studying the healing properties of 10 of the most popular essential oils in current use: mint, ginger, lemon, grapefruit, jasmine, lavender, chamomile, thymeRead more

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Chamomile or camomile (/ˈkæmɵmiːl/ KAM-ə-meel or /ˈkæmɵmaɪl/ KAM-ə-myl) is the common name for several daisy-like plants of the family Asteraceae that are commonly used to make herb infusion to serve various medicinal purposes. Popular uses of chamomile preparations include treating hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasm, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, gastrointestinal disorder, and...More