Chamomile can be great for calming the stomach or for those with nervous indigestions and an upset stomach.
Chamomile is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind. It is a daisylike plant and is frequently used nowadays as a tea for its calming and soothing properties. It is one of the more gentler herbs suitable for children, elderly or those with sensitive skin. Chamomile can promote relaxation and deep, restful sleep making it a popular oil to be diffused in the evening time. It works well with lavender to soothe and nourish the environment in which it is placed. It also promotes a heathy inflammatory response to help soothe inflammations, aches and pain. Its support of healthy joint functioning make it a popular one for sports enthusiasts.
It is not advised to use with babies, pregnant or nursing women, or those with liver or kidney diseaseSafety PDF