Chamomile is an herb that often is regarded to help decrease stress, depression, and anxiety.
A study to highlight found that after three weeks of taking chamomile supplements, participants noticed a decrease in depression and anxiety (Learn More)
In this 2009 study, participants ingested 220-mg capsules that contained pharmaceutical-grade chamomile extract. To enjoy the soothing taste and aroma of chamomile, you could also try chamomile tea. For best results, however, speak to a naturopath about proper supplementation.
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Botanical Names:Matricaria recutita, Chamaemelum nobile Common Name:German chamomile, Roman chamomile Plant Type:German chamomile is an annual flower while Roman chamomile is a perennial Mature Size:8 to 24 inches Sun Exposure:Full sun Soil Type:Not too rich, organic soil Soil pH: 5.6 to 7.5 Bloom Time: Spring and Summer Flower Color: White petals with yellow center Hardiness Zones:3 to 9 Native Area:Central and southern Europe