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A chamomile rinse reduced the likelihood of having mucositis secondary to radiation and chemotherapy (Mc Kay & Blumberg, 2006).
Although the beneficial effects of chamomile have the potential to reduce mortality from all causes and from cardiovascular disease and cancer in particular, it is unclear if the positive effects of chamomile translate to decreased mortality in long-term users.
The current study explores the connection between consumption of chamomile tea and 7-year all-cause mortality in a sample of older Mexican American adults residing in the Southwestern United States.
Given the results from other cohort studies on the health protective effects of consumption of black and green tea (Kris-Etherton & Keen, 2002; Kuriyama et al., 2006; Peters et al., 2001; Tsubono et al., 2001; Zheng et al., 1996) as well as the broad biological effects of chamomile and potential for cardiovascular and cancer risk reduction, we hypothesized that consumption of chamomile tea would be associated with reduced all-cause mortality and possibly cardiovascular and cancer mortality in Mexican origin older adults.
Herb and supplement use for health reasons has been increasing in the last 10–15 years.We examined the effects of herbal chamomile consumption on mortality among older adults of Mexican origin.A sample from the Hispanic Established Populations for Epidemiologic Study of the Elderly, a population-based study of noninstitutionalized Mexican Americans aged 65 and older from five Southwestern states (Texas, California, New Mexico, Colorado, and Arizona).The antioxidant characteristics of chamomile are associated with reducing lipid oxidation (Guimarães et al., 2013; Rekka, Kourounakis, & Kourounakis, 1996) and may influence consequences of peroxidation such as atherosclerosis.Additionally, apigenin glucosides and alpha-bisbolol found in chamomile have shown potential in inducing apoptosis in cancer cells (Cavalieri et al., 2004; Kassi et al., 2004; Ogata-Ikeda, Seo, Kawanai, Hashimoto, & Oyama, 2011; Srivastava & Gupta, 2007).