This sleepy time tincture is great to help calm you before bed. Chamomile is also great for babies who are teething and kids who may have a toothache. Also a great digestive aide for kids/adults.*
Take full dropper orally in tea/water.
For babies/kids, rub on gums to help soothe if teething/toothache*
Chamomile is a very old extract used in Ancient times by the Egyptians and the Romans as creams, incenses, tea, salves, and other beverages. When used in Egypt, it was prescribed as a remedy for cold. In modern days, it has been used as a staple for inducing sleep, probably preventing cold and other similar health complications.
While this extract has been used in many countries, it has been used for a long time in places like Germany and Rome as a historical remedy for many health complications. The Roman Chamomile is native to North Africa, Europe, Asia and was named by a botanist in the 19th century who found some of it growing by the Roman Colesium.
Even with the difference, it has with other species, the Chamomile from Rome and Germany look almost the same in outlook as well as effects on use. The only difference is that the German Chamomile is annual (needs to be planted every year) while the Roman Chamomile is perennial (which means it lasts for a long time). Another difference is the taste: the German Chamomile tincture is sweet when used in tea, while the Roman version of the version is much more bitter. Because of the German Chamomile plant's annual nature, the Roman extract is much more popular and widely used globally. Over 1 million cups of chamomile tea and many factors supporting the roman side are the popular tinctures used for tea, giving some of the best herbal health benefits chamomile can offer.