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…sesquiterpene lactones. People who are allergic to some members of the compositae family such as ragweed, chrysanthemums, and asters are also allergic to chamomile. Side effects include dyspnea, contact dermatitis, bronchitis, asthma, and rhino conjunctivitis. Drinking of chamomile tea (Matricaria recutita) is not recommended to a person having an existing allergic condition in order not to aggravate the allergy. …

…many herbal enthusiasts advice that Pau d’Arco supplements can significantly lower your risk of developing cancer. Aside from cancer, however it is also believed to significantly treat skin conditions like psoriasis and dermatitis. It was also reported to treat sexually transmitted diseases like syphilis and gonorrhea. In preparing Pau d’Arco bark for medicinal purposes, it is recommended to be taken as a decoction and not as a tea since it will…

…similar to estrogen, giving it an effect on the skin similar to that of soy taken internally. Applied to the skin, chaparral can have a remarkable healing effect on eczema, herpes, [[Cold Sores]], psoriasis, and contact dermatitis. Internal use is not recommended. Chaparral is available in several forms; from tinctures to capsules to tablets and in powder form. The most popular method used is to dry the leaves to easily make an infusion or tea. …

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