Dried Chamomile by the weighed ounce.
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The chamazulene in this flower has antiallergenic and anti-inflammatory properties and it works along with other components against inflammation, allergies, muscle spasms and certain fungi and bacteria. The fresh plant is strongly and agreeably aromatic, with a distinct scent of apples. Among its properties are tonic, achic, anodyne and antispasmodic. The official preparations are a decoction, an infusion, the extract and the oil. Apart from their employment internally, Chamomile flowers are also extensively used by themselves, or combined with an equal quantity of crushed poppy-heads (not seeds), as a poultice and fomentation for external swelling, inflammatory pain or congested neuralgia, and will relieve where other remedies have failed, proving invaluable for reducing swellings of the face caused through abscesses. Bags may be loosely stuffed with flowers and steeped well in boiling water before being applied as a fomentation. The antiseptic powers of Chamomile are stated to be 120 times stronger than sea-water.