Medicinal uses: sedative, anxiety, insomnia, stress, tension, immune support, diuretic, bladder, anemia, appendicitis, colic, measles, shampoo, spleen, liver, anti-bacterial, upset stomach, emotional outburst, anticancer, anticoagulant, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, anti-diarrhea, effects GABA system.


Quick note before we get into it: In my opinion this stuff is only worth messing with if you grow it yourself. If you take the fresh flowers, and a knife and a cutting board, and squeeze some lemon and lime on them, and chop them up really fine, and then put the results in the bottom of a glass with some ice cubes and then some type of mixed drink like vodka and orange juice, it is the bomb. Try it! or you can just squeeze the lemon and lime on them in the bottom of a glass and then make your mixed drink on top of that. it will help extract the chamomile into your drink. It is amazing before sleep or at the end of the day, to unwind, or to accompany your medicinal cannabis even. The effects of Chamomile are much more noticable when you make use of the fresh plant material rather than some really old dry stored herb found in a common online herb shop. Quality matters, so you'll want moist, fresh, high potency, properly cured and stored, organic, plant material to start with.


        The Native Americans used the raw flowers of Chamomile in a tea for jaundice, dropsy, and to promote menstrual flow. When dried and steeped, they were use for their benefits on the liver, spleen pain, as a deodorant, athlete's foot, and as a shampoo. The leaf was dried and boiled for colic, infant convulsions, measles, diuretic, gall bladder, afflictions, anemia, appendicitis. [3 p. 124]


Chamomile produces an oil which contains azulene and turns blue when distilled. Azulene is a medicinal (pharmacological) phytochemical produced inside the plant, but designed by God. These oils act to relax smooth muscles in the digestive tract too sooth, so people use it for ulcers. This oil also kills certain bacteria and speeds up the healing process when dealing with burns. According to research done in Brittain, it stimulates the immune system. [2 p 268] The medicinal properties of chamomile can help promote a healthy scalp, reduce stress, upset stomach, and help teething babies. [2 p. 312]


The scientific research behind the phytochemistry of Chamomile is very complex. It contains many more alkaloids besides azulene, including: apigenin, alpha-bisabolol, coumarins, herniarin, umbelliferone, phenylpopanoids, apigenin, luteolin, quercetin, rutin, apigenin and more.[1] This makes it a gold mine of scientificaly backed medicinal activity. Each individual alkaloid holds its on medicinal qualities. This is how its capable of having so many medicinal applications. These miraculous medicines all exist within a single plant, and are all produced by it using genetic information that our mighty creator programmed into the DNA/RNA of its seed!


I believe that Chamomile is one of the most effective and under-rated herbs on the planet. It produces these oils that have an incredible smell and hellaciously fierce potency. The oils can be captured using steam distillation, or a sun tea. Water and oil don't mix, so if you add the fresh flowers to some clean fluoride free water and place them in a window seal for an extended period of time, they will float to the top. It helps to mash them up really good and shake the mixture from time to time. You can filter them out in the end so that you can separate them from the water and oils. Chamomile grows naturally in Germany and Rome, and a few other places here and there. It goes great with Echinacea and Passion Flower from my experience. Remember that potency matters, so quality is something you should seek when using herbs as medicine. One final point when using any type of medicine, from the bible: Jeremiah 46:11 “Go up into Gilead, and take balm, O virgin, the daughter of Egypt: in vain shalt thou use many medicines; for thou shalt not be cured.”


Interestingly enough, Chamomile also seems to sedate intense emotional states. You gotta have quality product if you expect results though. Many claim it useful for treating migraine headaches, to which I suggest the essential oil. This makes sense seeing as how it's often suggested for insomnia, and anxiety.[1] If you want to make it into a tea I suggest adding a drop of oil to the water to the water so that it doesn't boil over. Also, you should keep a lid on top of it so that the oils and other volatile alkaloids do not evaporate. This way you preserve the potency of the mixture. Chamomile can also be made into a tincture by soaking the flowers in grain alcohol for about a month. This will extract the oils and other important constituents. It's always best to use freshly harvested flowers that you've collected. It's critical that you use grain alcohol and not everclear or any other type of liquor. Using the wrong liquor will create an inferior product, and I know from experience that nothing works like grain alcohol


Across the planet wild plants like Chamomile are foolishly being cut down. Tax payer money is being spent on destroying the unknown and known plant life. People are neglecting to reap the natural benefits of wild food, while buring gasoline in the process to destroy potential cures(wild-plant-life), and the rise of contaminated genetically altered crps ( modded in a lab, similar to mRNA ) continue to threaten all life on earth. The Messiah will return soon, as these evil shall not be allowed to continue for too much longer.. What if we planted these remedies down the sides of the highways followed by organic fertilizer? What if we fed wild blackberry vines with organic compost and used tax dollars to pay for a community blackberry fund? "What if", type questions are the ones I believe we all need to start asking. These questions can lead us to many new and great possibilites. Unfortunately, evil people have infiltrated all political and economic area of our modern society, and we are at war.


Scientific Name: Matricaria chamomila


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