Many herbs, including Roman or German chamomile, are used for skin conditions, such as hives, diaper rash, eczema, rosacea, psoriasis, chickenpox, and acne. So, is chamomile one of effective natural cures for eczema? First of all, it’s worth nothing that there’s no cure for eczema. The good news is that proper treatments can soothe the symptoms and chamomile may be one of the best home remedies for eczema relief. Continue reading Is Chamomile Good For Eczema?
Chamomile has numerous health benefits. In addition, this herb is renowned for its beauty benefits too. For example, many people rinse their hair with chamomile infusion to deal with common hair problems, such as dandruff, hair loss, hair damage, and so on. So, is chamomile really good for hair? Well, currently scientists provide little evidence to back up this claim. However, the fact is that there is no lack of proponents of this natural remedy. Continue reading Chamomile Benefits For Hair
Chamomile has long been used as a sleep aid or a folk remedy for an upset stomach. Besides, this herb is another option for promoting liver health and treating fatty liver disease too, according to the result of some animal studies. However, so far there is no denying that few reliable scientific studies have been conducted to confirm the liver-protective effects of chamomile tea on humans. Continue reading Is Chamomile Tea Good For Your Liver?
The health benefits of chamomile tea have been known for a long time. Now the experiments conducted by British scientists show that regularly drinking it, two or three cups a day, can help fight off a cold or flu, reduce inflammation, soothe the nerves, ease menstrual cramps, and so on. Traditionally, it is believed to be a sedative, anti-inflammatory herb. No wonder since ancient time it has been used as herbal remedies to treat a variety of diseases, such as menstrual disorders, insomnia, hay fever, hemorrhoids, and more. Continue reading Is Chamomile Tea Good for Menstrual Cramps?