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« Chamomile (Matricaria recutita =Chamomilla recutita), always known as an antispasmodic plant to relieve pain symptoms from intestinal colic to dysmenorrhea, also has anti-inflammatory, healing, ulcer protective, antibacterial and relaxing properties. It does not compromise motor coordination, as it occurs with benzodiazepines. Surveys have highlighted its sedative and soothing effects. The OMS (World Health Organisation) recognises the use of Chamomile to relieve states of nervous agitation and resulting insomnia. As a spasmolytic and carminative remedy, it is indicated in the digestive colic (colitis, bloating, etc..) and in case of altered intestinal flora, as it contributes to restoring it.
It can facilitate the digestive process. Its use is considered preventive and curative in case of ulcer and acute and chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal mucosa. … It is able to protect the gastric mucosa from the damaging effects of acetylsalicylic acid [aspirin].
Anantibacterial activity has been reported, particularly in comparison with Helicobacter pylori. It is recommended to consume it for an extended period, 3 times a day between meals on an empty stomach (drink slowly).
Antioxidant properties have also been reported (in vitro inhibition of lipid peroxidation).
It has shown in vitro to possess immune-stimulating properties.
Chamomile is also useful in curing headaches. It is also valuable in tooth eruption: a few drops with a little water or milk. In pediatrics, indeed, Chamomile represents an alternative beverage to milk and the first medicine for children » [1].  

«Chamomille is said to be active in two specific application fields: the nervous system (calming action) and the gastro-intestinal tract (carminative, antispasmodic and anti-inflammatory action).
It is believed it acts on both motor and sensory nerves.
Used in neurological symptoms caused by teething, in dysmenorrhoea, in numerous gastro-intestinal diseases and in all those pathological conditions characterised by a certain susceptibility to pain.
The anti-catarrhal properties have made ??it a very useful remedy in the affection of eyes, nose and mouth.
Numerous studies have investigated the pharmacological properties of the active ingredients of chamomile: anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, sedative and antimicrobic. … The plant complex regulates the composition of the intestinal flora and inactivates bacterial toxins! » [2].


[1] Enrica Campanini, Dizionario di fitoterapia e piante medicinali, Tecniche Nuove.
[2] Francesco Perugini Billi, Fitoterapia, Edizioni Junior.
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