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Chamomile or camomile (/ˈkæmɵmiːl/ kam-ə-meel or /ˈkæmɵmaɪl/ kam-ə-myl) is a common name for several daisy-like plants of the family Asteraceae. These plants are best known for their ability to be made into an infusion which is commonly used to help with sleep and is often served with either honey and/or lemon. Because chamomile can cause uterine contractions which can lead to miscarriage, the U.S. National Institutes for Health says pregnant and nursing mothers should not consume chamomile.  Chrysin, a flavonoid found in chamomile, has been shown to beanxiolytic in rodents.
In addition to its anti-inflammatory properties, chamomile is known to have antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, and sedative properties. It has been used historically to treat menstrual cramps, to soothe an aching stomach, to speed the healing process of wounds (when used as a poultice), and most commonly as a sleep aid.
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Oxford English Dictionary, online edition, entry “camomile | chamomile”
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