Herbology 101 - Herbal Remedies and Herb Information
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WARNING: · Do not use tincture or essential oil version during pregnancy.
· Chamomile may increase anticoagulant effects.
· Allergies to ragweed may be echoed in this family member.
· Very large doses of chamomile may cause nausea and vomiting.
Lore:Edible Flowers A few blossoms tossed into a salad adds a surprising twist! They taste similar to apples, and are excellent in teas, delicate soups, salads, or served in rice. You get the additional benefit of the settling effect it has on the stomach. Pesticide Chamomile is sometimes known as "the plant doctor", because it is thought to help the growth and health of many other plants, especially ones that produce essential oils. It is thought to increase production of those oils, making certain herbs, such as mints (spearmint, sage, oregano) and basil stronger in scent and flavour.
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