Chamomilla


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Chamomilla

A minor homeopathic remedy that has been used for chronic complainers who have a low threshold for pain; it has been used for teething in children, painful earaches, irritability, toothaches and menstrual cramping and bleeding.
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(3.) Afzali, S., Shariatmadari, H., Abbasi, M., Moattar, F, The effect of salinity and drought stresses on performance of flower and flavonol o-glycosides amount) (Matricaria chamomilla L.) Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Research, 2007; 23: 382-390.
Many combinations such as sterols, flavonoids, organic sugars, and phenolic compounds were found in the extracts of herbal plants.[3] Furthermore, several studies have shown that medicinal plants could play an important role in treating many conditions such as allergies, asthma, eczema, and diabetes mellitus.[4],[5] On the other hand, the World Health Organization estimates that 80% of people worldwide are using herbal medicines for their health care.[6] One of the herbal plants is Matricaria chamomilla (MC).
Shirazian, "The effect of Matricaria chamomilla (chamomile) extract in Orabase on minor aphthous stomatitis, a randomized clinical trial," Journal ofHerbal Medicine, vol.
Al-Hashem, "Gastroprotective effects of aqueous extract of Chamomilla recutita against ethanol-induced gastric ulcers," Saudi Medical Journal, vol.
Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of essential oil of Matricaria Chamomilla. Bull.
Short-term open-label chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla L.) therapy of moderate to severe generalized anxiety disorder.
Cannabaceae, and German camomile (chamomile) Matricaria chamomilla L.
Opuntia stricta [44] and for other plants as fennel (Foeniculum vulgare L.) and chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla L.) [5].