Chamomile tea and Chamomile Essential Oil

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Chamomile Benefits
Chamomile in the prepper's medicine cabinet

Medicinal uses of chamomile for preppers.
Chamomile is an effective natural remedy in treating a variety of
ailments from anxiety and sleep disorders to colic, upset stomach
and diarrhea. Because chamomile is a both a and a digestive aid,
it's also an effective treatment plan for certain kinds of cancer,
diabetes and so much more.

For many reasons chamomile belongs in the prepper's medicine
cabinet...

Chamomile in the Prepper Medicine Cabinet
Chamomile has a myriad of benefits to preppers ~ as it has a
cogent anti-cancer effect, powerful anti-inflammatory properties
and a host of other health benefits. A plant with potent oils,
chamomile is available as a tea or an essential oil. As a prepper
or homesteader, you may even consider growing chamomile!

Consider chamomile in the prepper's medicine cabinet for
these reasons:

#1: Chamomile is a digestive aid.
Drink to your good health with chamomile tea! A primary benefit
of chamomile tea is that it soothes an upset tummy. Chamomile
relaxes stomach muscles and helps aid digestion and deal with
diarrhea. It's a great natural remedy for irritable bowel syndrome.

What's more, Chamomile is loaded with antioxidants! If you're
willing to acknowledge natural cures are viable; read on because
nature is powerful and you can harness the power of chamomile
for your health and well being, as with cancer, for example, which
is often tied to digestive health. Chamomile can alleviate anxiety
and depression,
insomnia, and offer pain relief, as it's an anti-
inflammatory. It's also even a potent anti-fungal to help you deal
with a yeast infection, such as Candida.

  • How to use chamomile as a digestive aid. Chamomile tea is
    a popular option as a digestive aid.

Chamomile isn't technically a tea, but more of an herbal infusion.
Right is
Stash chamomile tea, which is comes individually
wrapped in foil.Chamomile stimulates gastric juices, so you
consider having the tea to finish off a meal if you have an upset
stomach. Alternatively, ap-ly a few drops of Roman Chamomile oil
to your abdomen.

#2: Chamomile Promotes Weight loss.
That chamomile is a digestive aid is a well known benefit, but
you can also enjoy chamomile if you want to lose weight! That's
great news for preppers and homesteaders who want to get fit in
preparation of a long term emergency or staying fit around the
homestead. You'd want to stay away from ingesting chamomile
for the same reasons.

The benefits of chamomile tea for weight loss are astounding, but
it starts with the effect chamomile has on bloating. You see,
chamomile acts as a diuretic to flush out excess water. This
provide is a superficial start to weight loss, but chamomile tea
also has the benefit of curbing your appetite so you'll lose weight
simply by not eating as much. The real benefit is that chamomile
detoxifies.

  • How to use chamomile for weight loss. Apply a few drops
    of Roman Chamomile oil to your abdomen with a carrier oil or
    take a tea. Chamomile stimulates gastric juices, so you
    consider having the tea before a meal if you're trying to lose
    weight. Chamomile tea is a popular option as a digestive aid
    as long as you remember to have your tea plain without the
    excess calories of cream and sugar. For use as a weight loss
    tea, it's also good to combine chamomile with a squeeze of
    lemon.

Why is chamomile tea so healthy? Because it calms your nervous
system, soothes and supports your digestion to promote overall
well being. Learn more about the many other benefits below.

#3: Calms nerves.
One of the most well known benefits of chamomile tea is that it's
soothing ~ chamomile can help preppers calm their nerves in a
crisis. Not only are the flower heads of this sweet aromatic plant
soothing, but you'll sleep better! In short, chamomile fights
stress and wards off anxiety, keeping your hormones in check.
This is why drinking chamomile tea or infusing it is a great way to
promote sleep.

  • Calm your nerves with chamomile tea. Not only can
    chamomile tea reduce anxiety, but chamomile notably has
    the benefit as a sleep aid. With its calming properties,
    chamomile can help you relax sore muscles and tight joints
    too. Think of taking chamomile tea when over exerting
    yourself working around the homestead or even for menstrual
    cramps and backaches.

#4: Promotes sleep
Enjoy a more restful night with chamomile. Among the most well
known benefits of chamomile tea is that it helps you sleep better.
Under the duress of an emergency situation you may find it
difficult to sleep. Many women also have insomnia around the
time of menopause and could benefit from a cup of chamomile
tea at bedtime. When considering chamomile as a sleep aid,
there are two varieties to consider:
  1. German chamomile (Matricaria retutica) and
  2. Roman (or English) chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile).

The authors of the
Survival Medicine Handbook, right, Joseph
Alton, M.D., and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P. write about chamomile on
their web site.
Chamomile as a way to fight sleep deprivation,
the say.

  • How to use chamomile for insomnia. Set a diffuser at
    bedtime for better sleep.Try adding few drops of chamomile
    essential oil to the bottoms of your feet. You can also infuse
    chamomile essential oil with a diffuser. Learn more about
    how to resolve insomnia naturally.

#5: Diabetes will appreciate chamomile.
Have a cup of chamomile tea if you're a diabetic. Not only is
tea is a survival tool ~ this is even more so for people with
diabetes. Chamomile tea in particular boosts insulin level for
those with diabetes. Chamomile tea offers help for those with
diabetes complications, including vision loss, and nerve and
kidney damage!

  • How to use chamomile for diabetes. Learn more about the
    benefits of chamomile essential oil for diabetics at the
    bottom of the page. Chamomile essential oil is beneficial as
    a natural support for diabetes.

#6: Chamomile is a Natural remedy for breast cancer.
You have the right to refuse chemotherapy, radiation and surgery
for a breast cancer diagnosis. You have the right to opt for
natural remedies to breast cancer and chamomile is among your
treatment options.

Chamomile improves breast cancer survival! Chamomile Essential
Oil has scientific support for its efficacy against breast cancer. As
a viable option, essential oil of chamomile triggers death of
breast cancer cells. Apply
Chamomile Essential Oil topically for
breast cancer around the chest with the benefit of a carrier oil. A
sideline benefit is that chamomile can soothe migraine headaches
like no other and help alleviate a state of stress that having
breast cancer can bring. For the ultra calming effect, mix soothing
chamomile essential oil with
lavender essential oil. The U.S.
National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health say
chamomile is an
herbal medicine of the past with bright future!

Regarding chamomile as a therapy for breast cancer, there are
two viable ways to harness its anti-flammatory powers: you can
apply use as an essential oil or take it as tea:

  • Chamomile tea as a breast cancer remedy.* Consider
    drinking chamomile if you have breast cancer and enjoying
    chamomile essential oil. Choose only organic products when
    dealing with cancer, such as  Organic Chamomile tea and
    organic chamomile essential oil. Chamomile tea can help
    prevent certain cancer and induce aptosis (cancer cell death).
    In addition to helping breast cancer patients, chamomile can
    help those who have prostate cancer. What's more,
    chamomile effectively treats and even prevents mouth ulcers
    caused by chemotherapy or radiation treatment. Talk with
    your doctor about chamomile if you have breast cancer.

Chamomile has apigenin, a naturally occurring plant flavone
linked as a
promising molecule for cancer prevention. According to
the study published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine,
National Institutes of Health, a diet rich in apigenin has a
decreased risk of breast cancer and it's found in parsley, onions,
oranges and wheat sprouts in addition to chamomile.

#7: Supports low blood pressure.
Chamomile has a side effect regarding blood pressure, so it's not
for everyone. Chamomile may lower blood pressure slightly, so
avoid chamomile tea if you take anticoagulant medications
(Heparin, Clopidogrel,  orPentoxifylline, Ticlopidine or Warfarin).


#8: Skin Health.
A traditional use of chamomile is as a mild astringent, but it has
many other uses in support of skin health. Chamomile protects
your skin from the damaging effects of the sun and from aging. A
more interesting way to use chamomile is for dealing with the
shingles. Chamomile essential oil applied to the skin is calming
and soothing.

Is chamomile oil good for the skin? Yes! It can provide relief of
irritation from a variety of skin ailments. Applied topically,
chamomile oil is known to temporarily calm occasional red, dry,
and irritated skin. Like most herbs and natural extracts,
chamomile has antioxidants that help protect the skin from
environmental stressors.

How to use chamomile essential oil for the skin:

  • Anti-aging. A key benefit of chamomile tea is that it has
    antioxidants to help protect your skin from the damaging
    effects of the sun and from aging. Chamomile essential oil
    promotes a youthful appearance.

  • Eczema. Chamomile extract 60% as effective as
    hydrocortisone cream in the treatment of eczema, according
    to a study published in the U.S. National Library, National
    Institutes of Health.

  • Shingles. Chamomile essential oil is effective for shingles
    relief. As a remedy for the shingles try drinking chamomile
    tea and also applying it topically to the painful areas.

  • Cosmetics. Homesteaders and do-it-yourself preppers can
    try this versatile herb for shampoos and conditioners for light
    colored hair, as well as for skin care creams and lotions, and
    in relaxing bath blends.

Chamomile tea and
Chamomile Essential Oil are two powerful
natural tools preppers, homesteaders and survivalists can have
handy for emergencies. It's beneficial everyday and it's easy to
stockpile it. The medicinal uses of chamomile to preppers,
homesteaders and survivalists makes it a worthwhile herb to
know about, even though it's not an herb for everyone. ''Take
heed of allergies and note that the Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) has not evaluated any of the above statements.

A Note about FDA and Natural Cures
Did you know that natural products by law are not intended to
diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease? Only man-made
drugs get to have that distinction. The medicinal uses of
chamomile to preppers, homesteaders and survivalists makes it a
worthwhile herb to know about and to stockpile.

And yet the traditional use of chamomile has been for treating
"
wounds, ulcers, eczema, gout, skin irritations, bruises, burns,
canker sores, neuralgia, sciatica, rheumatic pain, hemorrhoids,
mastitis and other ailment," according to an abstract published in
the U.S. Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.

One of the first medicinal uses of chamomile tea and essential
oils was for reducing fever. Greek doctors first used chamomile
more than 2000 years ago. Chamomile is an herb you can turn to
for a variety of holistic and homeopathic treatments, including:
  • fever
  • gastrointestinal disorder
  • hay fever
  • hemorrhoids
  • insomnia
  • inflammation
  • menstrual disorders
  • muscle spasms
  • rheumatic pain
  • ulcers
  • wounds

Preppers who have insomnia will appreciate the medicinal value
of this superb herb, as will
preppers who have diabetes and also
pre
ppers who have breast cancer, but there's one organization
that's none too fond of it ~ and that's the U.S. Food and Drug
Administration (FDA). The many incredible healing benefits of
chamomile tea and chamomile essential oils are guarded because
medicinal use of chamomile has not been approved by the FDA.
No natural remedy is approved by the FDA, as they regulate only
man-made drugs because they are profitable.

Why does man think he is more powerful than nature? Trust your
gut and go with nature. Give chamomile a go!

While chamomile can help with insomnia, diabetes and breast
cancer among the many benefits of this powerful herb, it's also
not for everyone so ask your doctor if you have any allergies, if
you're on any medications or if you're pregnant or nursing.

  • Allergy warning: As we mentioned in the beginning of this
    article, that chamomile is not for everyone. Some people
    could have an allergic reaction, such as hives, difficultly
    breathing ~ or a swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat. An
    allergic reaction could include mild skin rash, scaling, or
    itching, or even be more severe and include redness and
    swelling. Thankfully these are all rare, but if you have pollen
    allergies to chrysanthemums, daisies marigolds, ragweed or
    other herbs and plants, then you should avoid chamomile.

Happy endings...
Chamomile is an effective natural remedy in treating anxiety,
colic, upset stomach and diarrhea ~ and it's calming to help you
sleep better through illness, too. Give chamomile a go!

Add a few drops of Roman chamomile oil to your favorite
moisturizer or lotion to promote youthful looking skin or add it to
your shampoo or conditioner for beautiful glowing hair. Try adding
few drops to the bottoms of  your feet or use in the diffuser at
bedtime for a restful night’s sleep.

The medicinal uses of chamomile to preppers, homesteaders and
survivalists makes it a worthwhile herb to know about and to
stockpile. Chamomile is a natural wonder!

Enjoy the many benefits of chamomile tea and chamomile
essential oil by planting it and stockpiling both chamomile tea
and chamomile essential oils.

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professional medical advice or treatment for specific medical conditions. Never
disregard or delay in seeking medical advice when available. For any health or dietary
matter, consult your physician.

As with all essential oils, do not use internally. Essential oils for consumption must be
food grade and taken with caution. Consult with a physician or healthcare practitioner
if you are pregnant or nurse. Also, do not use essential oils in eyes or on eyelids, and
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