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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.

chamomilla (ka·m·mēˑ·l),

n a homeopathic preparation of chamomile used to treat alcohol withdrawal, asthma, bronchitis, colic, cough, hypersensitivity to pain, diarrhea, dysmenorrhea, ear infections, and teething. See also chamomile.
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The protective effect of Matricaria chamomilla extract on histological damage and oxidative stress induced by Torsion/Detorsion in adult rat ovary.
Labor requirements and profitability of chamomile (Matricaria Chamomilla l.
Kovacik J, Gruz J, Backor M, Tomko J, Strnad M, Repcak M (2008a) Phenolic compounds composition and physiological attributes of Matricaria chamomilla grown in copper excess.
ortiga negra), Chenopodium quinoa Willd (quinoa), cardo, poleo, Matricadia chamomilla (manzanilla), Conium maculata (cicuta), Chenopodium ambrosoides L.
Chamomilla this is not for apprehension, per se, but may greatly help those individuals with lowered pain threshold, three doses of 30 x over several hours prior to dental visit.
The herbal extract preparation Climex(r) containing Angelica sinensis 75 mg/day plus Matricaria chamomilla L.
Kids Relief Teething, however, is said to help relieve the pain associated with teething (while reducing restlessness, irritability and agitation) with a safe and effective formula consisting of a homeopathic combination of chamomilla, arnica montana, borax and hypericum perforatum in an easy-to-use oral solution.
The formula consists of a homeopathic combination of chamomilla, arnica montana, borax and hypericum perforatum (St.
Pharmacological profile of apigenin, a flavonoid isolated from Matricaria chamomilla.