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(Matricaria recutita) The British Herbal Compendium lists chamomile's internal and external uses for sleep disorders in addition to the aforementioned indications. The Council of Europe lists German chamomile as a natural source of food flavoring.
The Longwood Herbal Task Force, a research group located in Boston, Massachusetts in the United States, reports that chamomile's main uses are as a mild sedative, an anti-inflammatory agent, and as a remedy for gastrointestinal upsets.
Human research has mentioned the use of chamomile in dental toothpastes for oral health, as an anxiolytic aromatherapy to relieve anxiety, stress, and depression, as a treatment for mild to moderate pharyngolaryngitis in children, and to relieve nausea caused by adverse effects of dopamine agonists in individuals with Parkinson's diseases.