By Rolf Franke, Heinz Schilcher
For over 2000 years, arrangements of chamomile plant life have counted one of the medicinal treasures of many cultural teams. This booklet presents an interdisciplinary stock of the medical point of data approximately German chamomile in addition to Roman chamomile, the 2 forms of chamomile so much produced. It contains info for pharmacists and the pharmaceutical approximately chamomile arrangements and crucial chamomile oil. Physicians and toxicologists will locate distinct descriptions of the newest experimental experiences and using chamomile arrangements in conventional and healing makes use of. it's also the most recent info of use to growers and pharmaceutical marketers.
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4% (v/w) of volatile oil. The main constituents of the oil are (–)-α-bisabolol or bisabolol oxides A and B. 6 Dosage Pour hot water (c. 150 ml) onto 1 heaping tablespoonful of chamomile flowers (= c. 3 g), cover, and put through a tea strainer after 5–10 min. Unless otherwise prescribed, gastrointestinal conditions are treated by taking a cup of the freshly made tea three or four times daily between meals. For inflammation of oral and pharygeal mucosa, rinse or gargle several times daily with the freshly made tea.
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