Azil Organic Chamomile

  • Botanical name : Anthemis Pseudocotula Boiss
  • Chamomile  is an aromatic flowering plant is native to Iran. The species of the Anthemis
    genus are widely used in pharmaceutics, cosmetics, and food craft.
  • There are about 39 different kinds of chamomile in Iran and 13 kinds of them are endemic.
  • Chamomile flowers are harvested early in the spring and dried in the shade to maintain its health benefits. Chamomile tea is one of the best medicinal herbs for fighting against stress and promoting relaxation.
  • It is also used in the confectionery industry.

Type: Organic & Conventional

Azil Organic Chamomile

Chamomile is the common name for several daisy-like plants of the family Asteraceae.

Two of the species are commonly used to make herbal infusions for traditional medicine,

and there is some evidence that chamomile has an effect on health.

chamomile - Azil Organic Chamomile

Azil Organic Chamomile

Chamomile tea is an herbal infusion made from dried flowers and hot water.

Two types of chamomile used are German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) and Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile).

Chamomile may be used as a flavoring agent in foods and beverages, mouthwash, soaps, or cosmetics.

When used as an herbal product, such as in tea or as a topical skin cream,

chamomile is not likely to have significant health effects or major side effects.

Use of chamomile has potential to cause adverse interactions with numerous herbal products and prescription drugs,

and may worsen pollen allergies.

Apigenin, a phytochemical in chamomile,

may interact with anticoagulant agents and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs,

while other phytochemicals may adversely interact with sleep-enhancing herbal products and vitamins.

Chamomile is not recommended to be taken with aspirin or non-salicylate NSAIDs

(non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs),

as it may cause herb-drug interaction.

“Chamomile consists of several ingredients including coumarin,

glycoside, herniarin, flavonoid, farnesol, nerolidol and germacranolide.

Despite the presence of coumarin, as chamomile’s effect on the coagulation system has not yet been studied,

it is unknown if a clinically significant drug-herb interaction exists with antiplatelet/anticoagulant drugs.

However, until more information is available,

it is not recommended to use these substances concurrently.

People who are allergic to ragweed (also in the daisy family) may be allergic to chamomile due to cross-reactivity.

Chamomile should not be used by people with past or present cancers of the breast,

ovary, uterus, endometriosis or uterine fibroids.

Harvest period: second week of May

Harvest method: manual


*Bulk ( Each Carton ) :    6 Kgr

*Retails:  20  gr

*Number of boxes per cartons : 24

*Number of Cartons  per pallets : 72

Refernce: Azil Organic

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