bisabolol

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bisabolol

A volatile oil in German chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla), which is said to have antimicrobial activity and acccelerate, wound healing.
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After completing the screening procedures and a 7-day washout period, two 14-16-year-old male patients diagnosed with ADHD disattention type after having excluded combined disorders like hyperthyroidism, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, psychosis, EEG abnormalities and suicidality, who suffered from ADHD for at least 6 years, received, after informed consent was obtained, Matricaria chamomilla (3 times/ daily oral administration of tablets containing 100 mg Levomenol (Extract 1:4.0 with Ethanol 96%) and essential oil 0.19 g each) for 4 weeks and than Placebo for 4 weeks and one patient received first Placebo and then Matricaria chamomilla.
chamomilla three times daily (containing 100 mg Levomenol (extract 1:4.0 with ethanol 96%) and essential oil 0.19 g each) for four weeks and then switched to placebo.
"European dermatologists discovered that this rare flower, which is rich in Levomenol, flavonoids and essential oils -- the key components in chamomile -- has an intensive soothing effect on blemish-prone skin," Brauner says.
Only those with the standard high yields of the key components -- levomenol, flavonoids and essential oils -- are selected and transported to Germany for use in CamoCare products.