Side effects to chamomile tea
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Side effects, interactions, risks and precautionary
measures for chamomile
Chamomile tea is one without caffeine, based on
pure plant and is an excellent bedtime drink, being
consumed widely in Western countries. Its role
(if they are drinking before bedtime) is largely due
to the effect of slight relaxation : acts as an easily
relaxant without having the strong sedative effect.
Furthermore, this herb has many healths benefits,
few of them being knew. It is not only a popular
tea from plants, but is also a powerful medicine
with a potential to treat or prevent a number of
diseases, among which is diabetes mellitus type II.
It is widely available as a medicinal drink from
the pure herbs, and this herb is also a common
ingredient in herbal mixtures, as both a base herb
as well as a secondary ingredient. It has a distinct
flavor that is often described as an easy taste of fruits. Tea may taste somewhat bitter, for this reason is
sometimes sweetened with honey.
Although rare, there have been cases of allergic reaction to this natural drink, including severe reactions.
These can be caused by reaction "cross" with related plants. It is part of the composites family, the same family that
contains marguerites, asters and a lot of flowers that can cause allergic affections such as wormwood and rust.
Though many people with allergies to this plant, can consume this tea without worry, people at risk of severe allergic
reactions to plants of this family should be wary of any product that it contains this herb.
Besides of allergic reaction, his activity as an anticoagulant is the worst side effect of this, because it contains coumarin
(toxic substance). High concentrations of coumarin can be dangerous, coumarin is known to the modes of interaction
with other anticoagulants, such as warfarin, interactions that can be life-threatening. This product should be consumed
with caution by persons for whom anticoagulants are contraindicated.