Matricaria recutita

Chamomile, scientifically known as Matricaria Chamomilla, is a herb used for centuries for its medicinal and health benefits. The name 'chamomile' is derived from the Greek words 'khamai', meaning on the ground, and 'melon', meaning apple, indicative of its apple-like scent. This plant's history is rich with uses ranging from traditional teas to remedies for various ailments, showcasing its significance across cultures.

Chamomile is renowned for its delicate flowers, which possess powerful soothing and healing properties. It grows extensively across Europe and Asia, with a longstanding reputation in natural medicine for promoting relaxation, aiding sleep, and supporting digestive health.

Benefits and Uses

  • Promotes relaxation and improves sleep quality.
  • Offers anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, aiding in relieving pain and swelling.
  • Supports digestive health by soothing gastrointestinal disturbances.
  • Acts as a natural remedy for stress and anxiety.
  • Enhances skin health and has applications in treating irritations and promoting wound healing.

Chamomile in Kissed Earth Products

Kissed Earth has harnessed Chamomile's calming and therapeutic properties in our products, including the Anxiety & Stress and Eternal PM Multivitamin ranges. Incorporating Chamomile aligns with our commitment to natural, effective wellness solutions, offering our customers the purest form of relaxation and health benefits. Explore how Chamomile enriches our formulations by visiting our product pages.

Chamomile FAQs

Chamomile contains compounds that interact with the brain's neurotransmitters, aiding relaxation and stress relief.

Yes, its anti-inflammatory properties make it effective in soothing skin irritations and accelerating healing.

It's known to soothe the digestive system and relieve discomfort.

Chamomile is gentle and can be used daily in various forms, including teas, supplements, and skincare products.

While Chamomile is generally safe, those with allergies to plants in the daisy family should proceed with caution.