Ingredients: Dried organic chamomile flowers.
Net Weight: 25g and 0.88oz
You can enjoy it in two ways.
INFUSION: As soon as the water starts to boil, remove it from the heat and add the herb. Leave it for 5-10 minutes, strain it and use it. The usual ratios for the infusion are 1-3 teaspoons for each cup of water.
HERBAL TEA/ DECOCTION: Take the healing part of the plant and boil it with water. If it’s finely chopped, it only needs to be boiled for 5 minutes, otherwise 5-15 minutes. The ratio is three spoons in two cups of water.
It acts against insomnia. It works as a sedative in situations of stress, migraines, neuralgia and dizziness. It helps to wound heals and heal burns. It has a strong effect against various inflammations, including gastrointestinal infections, inflammations of the eyes or skin, of the intestines, mouth ulcers and gingivitis. It stimulates the immune system. It has important antipyretic and anti-allergic properties. It relieves the pain of infant teething and rheumatic pains. Chamomile tea can relieve bloating. It helps in the fight against gingivitis (and aphthae) and serves as an eye wash (for eye pain). Also, it improves the dark circles under the eyes and the eye puffiness.
Store away from the sun and moisture.
* Definitely herbs and aromatic plants cannot replace medical treatment, but they can be supportive. It is useful for the patient to consult his doctor.