Today I thought I’d share a quick recap of this past month’s Chamomile Herb Study inside of my Herb Folk herb study program.
In this study, we learned about several different actions and uses of chamomile. We’ve also tried our hand at making, and hopefully using, several different chamomile preparations as well.
Get a quick peek of what we’ve covered in the Chamomile Herb Study below!
Inside the Herb Folk Chamomile Herb Study
Week 1 – Chamomile: A Vulnerary
In week 1 of the Herb Folk Chamomile Herb Study, we looked at chamomile and its vulnerary properties. Chamomile is often used to promote healing and restoration of the skin when it has been damaged in some way.
We made a chamomile face toner to use throughout the summer months to help nourish and repair weathered summer skin.
Week 2 – Chamomile: An “Anti-” Inflammatory
In week 2 of the Herb Folk Chamomile Herb Study, we looked at chamomile and its “anti” inflammatory properties. Chamomile can be used on the skin when inflammation is present to minimize the accompanying symptoms and promote restoration at the same time.
We made a chamomile cream that can be used on the face or body during summer months when the skin is exposed to stronger UV rays more often.
Week 3 – Chamomile: A Carminative
In week 3 of the Herb Folk Chamomile Herb Study, we looked at chamomile and its carminative properties. Chamomile works to aid in digestion, ease cramping or the feeling of an unsettled stomach, and to expel trapped gas.
We made chamomile lemon popsicles that can be enjoyed after meals on hot summer days. Not only do they help with digestion, but they are fun and festive as well.
Week 4 – Chamomile: A Nervine
In week 4 of the Herb Folk Chamomile Herb Study, we looked at chamomile and its nervine properties. Chamomile has the ability to calm and relax the body when tension, stress, nervousness, or worry are present.
We made delicious herbal bedtime tea that can be used nightly by all ages to help you to fall asleep a bit easier.
Won’t You Join Me For An Herb Folk Herb Study?
If you joined me for this past month’s Chamomile Herb Study, then thank you so much! I hope you’ve learned some things you can apply in your own life as well as information you can share with friends and family.
If you haven’t tried an Herb Folk herb study yet, then I hope you enjoyed seeing this recap, and I hope you’ll join me for my FREE Ginger Herb Study right here. If you enjoy it, you can get 6 more herb studies (including this Chamomile Herb Study) right here!
Love and light,