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CHAMOMILLA RECUTITA (MATRICARIA) FLOWER EXTRACT

 
Asthma/Respiratory
 
No Data, Some Concern
 
Skin Allergies &
Irritation
 
Low Concern
 
Developmental &
Reproductive Toxicity
 
Some Concern
 
Cancer
 
No Data, Some Concern
 
Environment
 
No Data, Some Concern
 
Top scoring factors: No information available on this substance.
CHAMOMILLA RECUTITA (MATRICARIA) FLOWER EXTRACT can be found in 6 products.
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Level of Concern
 
Source
Derivatives of C. recutita may impact central nervous system function in animals and humans.
 
some
 
Diane L. McKay & Jeffrey B. Blumberg. 2006. A review of the bioactivity and potential health benefits of chamomile tea (Matricaria recutita L.). Phytotherapy research : PTR 20(7), 519-30.
Derivatives of C. recutita may impact behavioral/neurological endpoints in humans.
 
some
 
Sepide Miraj & Samira Alesaeidi. 2016. A systematic review study of therapeutic effects of Matricaria recuitta chamomile (chamomile). Electronic physician 8(9), 3024-3031.
Weak evidence of possible pregnancy/birth effects associated with chamomile consumption.
 
some
 
Laura Cuzzolin, Francesco Francini-Pesenti, Giovanna Verlato, Marco Joppi, Paola Baldelli & Giuseppina Benoni. 2010. Use of herbal products among 392 Italian pregnant women: focus on pregnancy outcome. Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 19(11), 1151-8.
May cause an allergic skin reaction
Only in: Household Cleaners
 
some
 
European Chemicals Agency (ECHA): GHS Data from ECHA Website
May cause an allergic skin reaction
Only in: Household Cleaners
 
some
 
European Chemicals Agency (ECHA): GHS Data from ECHA Website
Causes skin irritation
Only in: Household Cleaners
 
some
 
European Chemicals Agency (ECHA): GHS Data from ECHA Website
Causes skin irritation
Only in: Household Cleaners
 
some
 
European Chemicals Agency (ECHA): GHS Data from ECHA Website
Derivatives of C. recutita may impact liver enzyme function.
 
some
 
Diane L. McKay & Jeffrey B. Blumberg. 2006. A review of the bioactivity and potential health benefits of chamomile tea (Matricaria recutita L.). Phytotherapy research : PTR 20(7), 519-30.
Ingestion of C. recutita substances did not induce atopic dermatitis flare ups.
 
low
 
Kerstin Lundh, Birgitta Gruvberger, Lena Persson, Monica Hindsén, Erik Zimerson, Åke Svensson & Magnus Bruze. 2020. Oral provocation of patients allergic to sesquiterpene lactones with German chamomile tea in order to demonstrate a possible systemic allergic dermatitis. Contact dermatitis.
Derivatives of C. recutita may have anti-inflammtory effects on the skin when applied topically.
 
low
 
Diane L. McKay & Jeffrey B. Blumberg. 2006. A review of the bioactivity and potential health benefits of chamomile tea (Matricaria recutita L.). Phytotherapy research : PTR 20(7), 519-30.
Derivatives of C. recutita have antioxidant properties in vitro and in vivo in animals.
 
low
 
Sepide Miraj & Samira Alesaeidi. 2016. A systematic review study of therapeutic effects of Matricaria recuitta chamomile (chamomile). Electronic physician 8(9), 3024-3031.
Derivatives of C. recutita have antioxidant properties in vitro and in vivo in animals.
 
low
 
Diane L. McKay & Jeffrey B. Blumberg. 2006. A review of the bioactivity and potential health benefits of chamomile tea (Matricaria recutita L.). Phytotherapy research : PTR 20(7), 519-30.
C. recutita oil was protective against genotoxicity in mouse germ cells.
 
low
 
Alejandra Hernández-Ceruelos, Eduardo Madrigal-Santillán, José Antonio Morales-González, Germán Chamorro-Cevallos, Martha Cassani-Galindo & Eduardo Madrigal-Bujaidar. 2010. Antigenotoxic effect of Chamomilla recutita (L.) Rauschert essential oil in mouse spermatogonial cells, and determination of its antioxidant capacity in vitro. International journal of molecular sciences 11(10), 3793-802.
Derivatives of C. recutita have antiinflammatory properties in vitro and in vivo in animals.
 
low
 
Sepide Miraj & Samira Alesaeidi. 2016. A systematic review study of therapeutic effects of Matricaria recuitta chamomile (chamomile). Electronic physician 8(9), 3024-3031.
Derivatives of C. recutita have antiinflammatory properties in vitro and in vivo in animals.
 
low
 
Diane L. McKay & Jeffrey B. Blumberg. 2006. A review of the bioactivity and potential health benefits of chamomile tea (Matricaria recutita L.). Phytotherapy research : PTR 20(7), 519-30.
 
 
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