According to Richard Whelan, Medical Herbalist … 'Chamomile, is probably the most widely used
relaxing nervine herb in the Western world, its safe for the use in all types of anxiety and stress-
related disorders' Hoffmann says that the list of indications for Chamomile may seem too good to be
true 'but it simply reflects the wide range of Chamomile's actions in the body' and he goes on to
include 'insomnia, anxiety, menopausal depression, loss of appetite, dyspepsia, gastric ulcers,
diarrhoea, colic, aches and pains of flu, migraine, neuralgia, teething, vertigo, motion sickness,
conjunctivitis, inflamed skin, urticarial and many others!'

Strong chamomile teas have been used for both headaches and migraines around the world and
Chamomile is considered in European herbal medicine to be one of the most reliable treatments for
menstrual cramps


Ora Well recommends that you check with your healthcare practitioner before taking Tisanes if you
are pregnant, breastfeeding, taking medications, heading to surgery. Keep out of reach of children
and do not administer to children without your health providers advice.