Chamomile herbs have many properties. They are best known for their relaxing, antibacterial effect and soothing bowel problems and infections. Chamomile contains many antioxidants, flavonoids and vitamins A, B and C. It also contains metals and minerals such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and sulfur.
The applications are endless. For example, you can make cleansing and soothing rinses with it. This promotes recovery of stitches and the perineum. The body part that has had to endure a lot during childbirth will receive some healing care. You can also make a wonderfully relaxing tea from the chamomile flowers; good for your general recovery, insomnia and extra relaxation.Read the extensive application during pregnancy, birth and postpartum here.