The chamomile tea is one of the most famous and widespread teas with wide array of curing attributes. It is used in the traditional medicine since the ancient times. And its popularity today is even greater.
We all use it and we are familiar with its apple-like sweet taste.
The chamomile has beneficial effect on the digestive organs as well as the skin and mucosa inflammations.
It also has significant healing effects on the stomach and duodenal ulcer. So, small gulps of chamomile tea don’t just have pain calming effect but they heal.
Its external use could be in the form of poultices for skin and mucosa diseases, for inhalation, preparing a bath, for gargle etc..
How to prepare the chamomile bath
1 pound of chamomile is soaked in 1.5 gallons of water, it’s left to stand for a while, than it’s strained and added to the bath, the other way is by putting it in a linen bag which is hanged in the bathtub.
Washing the hair with concentrated chamomile tea strengthens the root hair. And repeating the bath with chamomile will show its effects in the cases of intensive hands or legs sweating.
The experience shows considerable effects in treating hemorrhoids with wet poultices.
While the clinical researches confirmed that the chamomile acts successfully in removing and destroying the bacteria, retraction of purulent secretion even in some cases of cancer or similar deformations.
- Two full spoons with chamomile flowers are poured with 200 ml of boiled water;
- The container is covered immediately, it’s stirred up a little bit and it’s left for a half an hour;
- After the filtering it’s ready for consuming.