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Camomile flowers 


Scientific name: Matricariae flos      

Synonyms: Small chamomile, German chamomile, field chamomile      

Family: Asteraceae      

Where the plant is found: Europe, Near East, North America, Australia  

Characteristics: Flower heads with yellow tubular flowers surrounded by a crown of white ray florets.

Application & preparation

Camomile blossoms


Internally: For cramps and inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Externally: For skin and mucous membrane diseases including the oral cavity and gums, inflammatory diseases and irritations of the airways (inhalations), diseases of the anal and genital area (baths, douching).     


Antibacterial, dehydrating, soothing, blood-purifying, anti-inflammatory, diuretic, antispasmodic, analgesic 


Tea preparation

Pour boiling water (approx. 150 ml) over 1 heaped tablespoon (approx. 3 g) of chamomile flowers, cover and, if necessary, strain through a tea strainer after about 10 to 15 minutes.   



Unless otherwise prescribed, drink one cup three to four times a day for gastrointestinal disorders. 



The infusion must not be used in the eye area.  

Contained in:

Bile tea - PZN 03962248

Camomile blossoms (40 g) - PZN 02081818

Camomile blossoms (70 g) - PZN 14337803

Calming tea - PZN 03962219

Stomach and intestinal tea - PZN 03962260

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