Chamomile Flowers (Dried)-50gm
Chamomile flowers are actually one of the most popular and versatile herbs on the planet. For centuries, people have used chamomile for its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties. It’s also used in everything from teas, body products, and cosmetics to promote
tranquility, skin health, and overall wellness.
The list goes on and on, but here are some of the most common uses for chamomile:
Acne: In addition to taking it internally, chamomile can be used as a topical skin treatment. Applying the cooled tea directly to skin can help lower inflammation, promote healing, and improve the appearance of acne scars.
Skin infections: Because it’s naturally antibacterial, you can use chamomile to fight infections. Make a strong cup of chamomile tea, and use a soaked cotton ball to wipe the infected area every 1?2 hours throughout the day.
Lighten hair: If you want to skip harmful chemicals found in commercial hair color and bleach, try chamomile tea. The effects will be subtle and safe, not to mention more than affordable.
-Infuse in oil and use as a massage lotion
How to store:
Keep the pouch in an airtight jar in a cool and dry place. Avoid direct contact with very bright light or sunlight as it might damage the product.