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Chamomile


Chamomile is one of the most well-known ancient medicinal herbs still actively used today. Very few herbs have as much popularity as chamomile, and for good reason. It has a diverse and rich history of not only being used medicinally but as a favorite ingredient in cooking dishes and even popular tea mixes.

This delicate, beautiful yellow flower has provided soothing, stress support for millennia. Let’s take a look at why chamomile might be a good step for you on your journey of stress support and reduction



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What is Chamomile?


Chamomile is a yellow-flowered plant that has been used as a popular medicinal herb for thousands of years. There is evidence of chamomile use in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. It natively grows in Europe and select parts of Africa and Asia, however it has become a popular crop in North America as well in the past few hundred years.

Along with a host of health benefits, its sweet smell, calming colors, and simple ease of growing and harvesting this incredible plant has made this herb one of the most popular. It can be consumed and enjoyed in many different ways from being turned into a sweet-smelling essential oil or processed into a powder or even pill form. It is most popularly used as an herbal tea throughout the world and is a staple item at most coffee and tea shops, and even restaurants.


How Does Chamomile Provide Stress Support?

Chamomile itself houses 120 components of flavonoids and terpenoids, which have wide-acting benefits that promote wellness and tension relief throughout the entire body. One of its popular claims is that chamomile may help positively impact your sleep or access to sleep. It’s thought that this is because of the presence of the substance, apigenin, which supports sleep wellness by supporting the relaxation of the central nervous system. 

Researchers are still refining answers as to why chamomile has the effects that it has, and what the direct relationship is, but it is thought that the compounds found in chamomile greatly help to relieve feelings of tension that can build up throughout the body, especially due to overuse and strain. This could be the contributing factor to why it is considered a herb that supports stress relief and helps people to feel calm. 

Chamomile is also purported to help with mental wellness and supports a peaceful mind, making it a comforting choice for anyone experiencing feelings of restlessness or tension. The herb naturally has a sweet taste and aroma when turned into a cup of tea, which is a popular choice to help in stress support. 

Chamomile can also be combined with both mint and basil to help improve its aromatherapy effects. 

As a supplement, adding chamomile to your evening routine may support the benefits of falling asleep more peacefully.


R3SET’s evening capsule, Unwind, utilizes the benefits of chamomile and combines it with other herbs like valerian root and lemon balm to help ease your mind to a place of rest. 

What Else Can Chamomile Be Used For?

Chamomile can be used in a variety of ways. Its flowers can be dried and used for herbal tea, which is a popular choice for many people wanting to add it to their daily regimen. 

For those who are on the go, powdered chamomile can be taken in capsule form or combined into a multi-herbal supplement. 

Essential oils drawn from chamomile is another popular way of getting its robust health benefits. 

Chamomile can even be used in cooking! The flower belongs to the daisy family and can be utilized as a seasoning when cooking, or added to a salad in chopped form. The leaves are reportedly bitter and used sparingly, however the rich flower and petals have a sweet taste with a scent of apples. 

Average Dosing and Side Effects


As always, making sure that you are taking the recommended dosage recommended from the distributor is key, however there is no average suggested dose of chamomile. Dosage amount will also vary depending on the form (aroma therapy, dry ingredient, tea, etc)


Multiple studies have been done that show different dosing for different people. If you are unsure or have concern you should consult with your Healthcare provider for what dosage and format of chamomile is right for you.







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