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Should I Have Chamomile Tea Or Warm Milk To Fall Asleep
Can't estimate: Length of time. It is best for mild insomnia. Chamomile contains a flavonoid called apigenin which helps to relax the body & decrease brain activity. Studies show that chamomile can reduce the time it takes to fall asleep, increase depth of sleep & decrease middle awakenings. Steep tea for at least 10 to 15 minutes & drink 30 to 45 minutes before sleep to help with insomnia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
My 3 month old has been having a lot of gas & constipation probs this past week. What else can I give her other than chamomile tea?
Constipation: Reduce the milk intake and give your baby prune juice or you can add a teaspoon of dark karo syrup to each bottle of milk. ...Read more
I find chamomile: Can help one to relax, fall asleep ; diminish anxiety. However, I have a number of psychiatric patients who use acupuncture instead of psychiatric medications with good results. Many mix acupuncture, medicine and some form of talking treatment. Acupuncture is good with depression but can be excellent when used as an adjunct for anxiety treatment. ...Read more
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
Benefits of chamomil: Although best known as a muscle relaxant and antispasmodic, chamomile is also believed to have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory capabilities. The plant's healing properties come from its daisylike flowers, which contain volatile oils (including bisabolol, bisabolol oxides a and b, and matricin) as well as flavonoids (particularly a compound called apinegin) and other therapeutic substances. ...Read more
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