Simple Herbal Extracts | Roman Chamomile


Roman Chamomile

Botanical Name

Chamaemelum nobile

Part Used



Do not use in pregnancy*

Traditional Information*

Stronger acting than its relative German Chamomile, this flower is an antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and nervine/sedative. It is used for muscle spasms, cramping and pain of the uterus, intestines, back and temperomandibular joints.

Herbal Therapeutics Research Library, David Winston (RH) AHG

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