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Chamomile Healing Properties

Posted by Diane Maurice on
Chamomile herb essential oil

I love the ingredient for this week, and it's a good one to talk about right now: chamomile.

Depending on where you live, chamomile can be pronounced as camo-mile or camo-meel. Either way, it's the same great natural flower. There are multiple health benefits to chamomile, but the one that stands out is its calming effect.

Yep, that's right: chamomile calms.

There are two types of chamomile, German and Roman. German chamomile is the plant used most for therapeutic uses. Roman chamomile is found in lawns and has a lower therapeutic use.

Chamomile is also anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and helps wounds heal faster. Plus, it's extremely gentle to the skin and body.

The natural world has many remedies for us and Vermont Lavender loves to bring these to you.

Concerned about keeping your hands and skin clean, healthy, and smoothe as we work collectively against the coronavirus? Ask us your questions, we're here to help.

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