Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) supports:
Normal function of the respiratory system.
The body's natural defenses.
Relaxation of the airways with a cold.
Normal skin condition.
Cognitive and mental well-being.
It is a natural antioxidant.
The essential oil contains a significant amount of substances (which are represented by 1-3%), mainly terpenes, which give the plant its typical smell. The essential oil increases the secretion of bile, in experiments on animals in higher doses it suppresses the activity of the heart and respiratory system. Benzoic acid derivatives have antipyretic effects. Azulene compounds and some sesquiterpenes have anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory activity, α-bisabolol acts against stomach ulcers. Polysaccharides have antibacterial, antiviral and immunostimulating effects. Flavonoids and terpenes relieve spasms.
Does not contain any allergens. But herbs themselves can be allergens. If you are hypersensitive or even allergic to any herb or part of it, do not use it.
Allergens according to European Union Regulation 1169/2011EU, Article 44, Paragraph 1 a) on the provision of information on food
The product does not contain allergenic substances, and no products containing the following allergens were used during its production: gluten, crustaceans, eggs, fish, peanuts, soy, milk, nuts, celery, mustard, sesame, sulfur dioxide and sulfites, lupine and molluscs
On the basis of Regulation No. 1924/2006 of the European Parliament and the Council of the European Community (and especially with regard to the ambiguities in its interpretation), we as sellers cannot make any nutrition and health claims not approved by the Council for this product. Unfortunately, the list of claims approved by the Council in relation to herbs is not yet complete (and probably won't be for a long time), so we cannot tell you anything about this item here and can only refer you to freely available sources from the Internet Wikipedia.org - chamomilla