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Should I Have Chamomile Tea Or Warm Milk To Fall Asleep
Prozac (fluoxetine) ; Chamomile: The simple answer is yes. Enjoy your cup of tea. ...Read more
I don't like green or chamomile tea.So is it alright to have normal milk tea during pms and period?
Is it true that if you drink something warm like chamomile tea after ice-cream, the tea burns off the calories?
I have been taking Chamomile Tea for several months. I noticed my INR went from .9 to 1.1. Could this be a factor?
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No problem: Interesting question as it sounds like you may be aware that chamomile tea is known to prevent platelets from clumping, thus preventing blood clots. This is a good thing, as if platelets clump then they'd be of no use to the person you were donating to. You don't want platelets to clump until you need them to form a blood clot. Effects of chamomile on them should not persist. Go ahead and donate! ...Read more
Herbal teas: In otherwise healthy people, these herbal teas are unlikely to cause any problems with regular daily use. However, some people who have allergies to certain weeds can have allergic reactions to chamomile. Since you are taking medications, it would be wise to consult with him/her to make sure there are no interactions. ...Read more
Chamomile tea: There are many good products, but for true anti-anxiety effect you will probably have to make it stronger than you do just to taste good. In my cabinet I have celestial seasonings chamomile tea. Also I have yogi teas: comforting chamomile, bedtime, and honey lavender stress relief. Gaia makes wonderful teas also. One last one (no chamomile in it, though) is yogi kava stress relief. Yum! ...Read more
Is it safe to drink chamomile tea with honey for anxiety tow times per day any side effects of honey ?
Great idea!: Yes, it should be totally safe - with the only possible problem being an unusual allergy to the pollen in the honey if it is made from that pollen (rare - don't worry!) Chamomile is known to be relaxing, calming and great for complexions. It sounds delightful and I hope it works well for you. Experiment with other herbal teas too and try the addition of a bit of milk or a squeeze of fresh lemon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How safe is psyllium husks every morning and chamomile tea every night and lemon grass tea ever 2 or 3 days?
Hello i'm breastfeeding can I drink chamomile tea ? And also when can you give directly to the babies ? Thanks
Chamomile Tea: Yes, you can drink it but limit the amount since some can be transferred through breast milk. And you should not give to the infant/baby. ...Read more
Does drinking chamomile tea can damage your liver?Or what are the side effects of drinking it?Im drinking it because of my anxiety
Tea: Nope. Not in any way. If it did a billion women in the world would be in trouble. This is one of the most commonly used products in the world. ...Read more
Can I drink chamomile tea with Zoloft (sertraline)? Is there an interaction? I know St. John's Wort is off limits :) Is chamomile safe?
Since yesterday I had been having issues with what seems to be gas pain. Chamomile tea helped. Now I have pain on my lower right side, very sharp pain when I press down. Whats the best way to treat it
Chamaemelum nobile: Roman (also called english) chamomile (chamaemelum nobile) can be beneficial for reducing symptoms of both premenstrual syndrome & for menstrual cramps. The major issue you may face if drinking large amounts of chamomile is possible sedation. It should be avoided when taking blood thinners or when pregnant. People w ragweed allergies can sometimes also be allergic to chamomile. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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