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Chamomile is generally considered as a mild and safe herb, and it is extensively available in foods, beverages, and cosmetics. Large doses has reportedly cause mild gastroparesis and emesis. Symptoms of an occasional allergic reaction such as itching, rash , swelling, dizziness, breathing problem may occur, which may (rarely) cause angioedema and anaphylaxis. If patient feel any side effects, contact to doctor promptly. Safety during breast feeding or pregnancy has not been accounted. Individuals with a history of allergies to Asteracea or ragweed r plants such as sunflowers, daisies, chrysanthemums should not use chamomile supplements . A tea made from Roman chamomile in high concentration has been reported to cause nausea, this reaction is produced by a chemical found in Roman chamomile called anthemic acid.
Because of its tranquilizing actions, Chamomile could heighten the blood-thinning effect of Coumadin and similar drugs. It is recommended not to use this drug in the same time with alcohol and anti-anxiety drugs such as Xanax ,Ativan & Valium.
Safety during pregnancy or breast feeding has not been evaluated. Several animal studies have noted reduction in body weight at birth and increased abortions with high dosage administration. Patients with a history of allergies to ragweed or other Asteracea plants (e.g., daisies, sunflowers, chrysanthemums) should avoid chamomile products.
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