Chamomile Hydrolat

Chamomile distillates essential water

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  • Trans- β-farnesene
  • a-bisabolol oxide B
  • chamazulene
  • Eases stomach pains attributed to neurological causes.
  • Helps in the treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcer.
  • Eases abdominal discomfort for newly born babies.
  • Helps in the treatment of asthma.
  • Boosts the functions of the digestive system.
  • Possesses an anti-allergic effect and helps in the treatment of skin rashes and eczema.
  • Reduces the dark circles around the eyes and helps tired eyes.
  • Helps in healing wounds by accelerating the formation of epithelial tissue.
  • Helps sooth the irritation resulting from diaper use.
  • Possesses a wide-range effect as antivirus, antifungal, some types of germs and hay fever.
  • Highly effective in the treatment of gynecological and urinary infections when used in bath tub.
  • Reduces nasal congestion, possesses an expectorant and antiseptic effect on the respiratory system.
  • Internally: 2-3 sprays a day, for 3 weeks or as needed.
  • Externally: can be used with pads or by direct spray.

Should not be taken during the early months of pregnancy.

  • Mixing Chamomile and Lavender hydrolats helps in accelerating the healing of wounds and burns.
  • Mixing Chamomile and Rose hydrolats helps in allergies treatment.
  • Mixing Chamomile and Thyme hydrolats helps in the treatment of bacterial and fungal infection.
  • Mixing Chamomile and neroli hydrolats helps in relaxing the nerves and reaching comfortable sleep.

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10ml, 35ml, 100ml, 150ml


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