EN on Herbs

October 1998 Issue

Chamomile a Better Digestive Than Sleep Aid

Chamomile is to Germany what ginseng is to China—a panacea. And though it may not be quite that versatile, it seems to do a lot, from calming an upset stomach to soothing mouth sores and skin inflammation. Many herbalists cite chamomile as a good "beginner herb" for those testing the waters of herbal remedies—probably as much for its safety as for its effectiveness. Dried chamomile flowers have been a valued remedy dating back

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