Chamomile Flower Powder
Product Name:Chamomile Flower Powder
Latin Name: Matricaria Chamomilla
Appearance: Brown yellow powder
Mesh Size: 80 Mesh
Part Used: Flower
Active ingredient: Apigenin
Shelf life: 2 Years
Storage: Cool dry place
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Chamomile flower powder is a dry whole plant extract of the Compositae plant Chamomile Matricariachamomilla L. It mainly contains flavonoids, saponins, polysaccharides, volatile oils and other ingredients. It has anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antispasmodic and other effects; because of its various medicinal effects , Has been used as a medicinal cosmetic ingredient, ointments, creams and lotions containing chamomile volatile oil are used in Europe to treat various skin diseases.
Chemical composition: The whole plant and flower of chamomile contain volatile oil, the oil contains Azulene (Azulene) component, orchid sesame oil (Chamazulene) and its precursor Proazulene (Proazulene), also contains farnesene (Farnesene), α-sweet myrrh Alpha-Bisabolol, Bisabololoxide-A, Guainolide, Guaiazulene, Matricin, Matrichol Flavonoids such as Matricarin, Rutin, and Hyperoside. Chamomile flower also contains about 0.32% Choline, Apigenin7-glucoside, Patulitrin, Luteolin7-glucoside, Quercetin (Quercimeritrin) and many other flavonoids. The mucilage in flowers is composed of galacturonic acid, galactose, xylose, arabinose, glucose, and rhamnose.
Certification of Analysis
|Brown yellow powder
|100% pass 80 mesh
|Loss on Drying
Residue on Ignition
|Total Plate Count
|Yeast & Mold
Chamomile Flower Powder Benefits:
Chamomile preparations are commonly used for many human ailments such as hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, wounds, gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatic pain, and hemorrhoids. Essential oils of chamomile are used extensively in cosmetics and aromatherapy.
Chamomile flower powder is one of the most widely used alternative therapies for promoting sleep and treating insomnia. However, despite its reputation as an herb that facilitates sleep, there’s little solid research supporting its effectiveness. Interestingly, despite the fact that it approved the use of chamomile flower preparations for a host of other purposes—including gastrointestinal spasms and bacterial skin diseases—in 1984, Commission E, Germany’s counterpart to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, did not grant approval for it as a sleep aid due to the lack of published research in this area.
Research has shown chamomile herb powder to have meaningful benefits when it comes to reducing anxiety and the Natural Medicines Comprehensive Database, which rates the effectiveness of natural remedies based on scientific evidence, says chamomile is possibly effective for anxiety.
Preliminary studies suggest that chamomile flower powder inhibits Helicobacter pylori, the bacteria that can contribute to stomach ulcers. Chamomile is believed to be helpful in reducing smooth muscle spasms associated with various gastrointestinal inflammatory disorders like inflammatory bowel disease, though research is needed to confirm that use.
Topically applied chamomile may be able to speed wound healing. Studies show that substances in chamomile can kill viruses and bacteria, including Staphylococcus aureus, the cause of staph infections, reduce inflammation, and prevent and treat the growth of ulcers.
Chamomile flower powder is often used to treat mild skin irritations, including sunburn, rashes, sores, and even eye inflammations, but its value in treating these conditions needs more research.
Topical applications of chamomile have been shown to be moderately effective in the treatment of eczema. In one partially double-blind trial carried out as a half-side comparison, a commercial chamomile cream showed a mild superiority towards a low-dose .5 percent hydrocortisone and a marginal difference compared to the placebo.
Some studies have found that chamomile tea can lower blood sugar in people with diabetes. In one study, 64 participants that consumed chamomile tea three times a day after meals for eight weeks saw a statistically significant decrease in markers for diabetes as well as total cholesterol compared to people who drank water. It also exhibited some anti-obesity activity. While chamomile may be a helpful supplement to existing treatments, researchers noted that larger and longer studies are needed to evaluate the usefulness of chamomile in managing diabetes.
Some preliminary studies that evaluated the efficacy of chamomile herb powder mouthwash found that it significantly reduced gingivitis and plaque in comparison to controls, probably because of its antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activities.
Chamomile Flower Powder Uses:
1.Applied in food field, it is mainly used as food additives for nutrient;
2.Applied in cosmetics, it is mainly used to whitening, anti-wrinkle and UV protection.