What is Tincture of Matricaria?

Tincture of Matricaria is a gentle solution made from the oils found within the flower heads of the German chamomile plant (Marticaria recutita). Chamomile has been used as a herbal remedy for thousands of years.

Part of the sunflower family, chamomile grows all over the world and has a pretty daisy-like appearance with a yellow center surrounded by oval shaped white petals.

The word Chamomile is derived from the Greek word ‘chamai’ meaning ‘on the ground’ and ‘melon’, meaning ‘apple’, because Chamomile has an apple-like smell.

Chamomile’s popularity grew throughout the Middle Ages when people turned to it as a remedy for numerous medical complaints including children’s ailments.

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Tincture of Matricaria in Ashton & Parsons

Ashton & Parsons Teething Powders contains tincture of Matricaria (Matricaria recutita L.) flower, which is extracted from German chamomile flower heads.

Tincture of Matricaria has traditionally been used to treat the most common discomforts of teething, such as sore gums and flushed cheeks and dribbling, based on traditional use only.

As the active ingredient in Ashton & Parsons, Tincture of Matricaria has traditionally been given to babies to ease their teething pain if they’re feeling irritable. It’s natural and has been trusted by mums and dads for 150 years.

Where to Buy Ashton & Parsons Teething Products

Ashton & Parsons Teething Powders are a traditional herbal medicinal product used for the symptomatic relief of teething pain and the symptoms associated with teething which are sore and tender gums, flushed cheeks and dribbling, exclusively based upon long-standing use as a traditional herbal remedy. Contains tincture of matricaria. Always read the label.

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