2.1 Overview of the Pharmacopoeias: Monographs

2.2 Overview of the Test Regulations in Pharmacopoeias

2.3 Overview of the Quantitative Determination of Essential Oil in Pharmacopoeias

2.4 Monographs of the European Pharmacopoeia

2.4.1 Matricaria Flower — Matricariae flos Definition Content Characteristics Identification Test Solution Reference Solution Precolumn Column Mobile Phase

2.4.2 Matricaria Oil — Matricariae aetheroleum Definition Characteristics Identification Storage Labeling

2.4.3 Matricaria Liquid Extract — Matricariae extractum fluidum Definition Production Characteristics Identification

2.5 ESCOP: Matricariae flos — Matricaria flower

2.5.1 ESCOP Monograph Matricariae Flos — Matricaria Flower Definition Constituents Clinical Particulars

2.5.2 Pharmacological Properties Pharmacodynamic Properties Anti-Inflammatory Effects Antispasmodic Effects Antiulcerogenic Effects Wound Healing Effect Sedative Effects Antimicrobial Effects Clinical Studies Pharmacokinetic Properties Preclinical Safety Data

2.6 Commission E Monograph Matricariae flos (Chamomile Flowers) 2.6.1 Matricariae flos (Chamomile flowers) Official Name Description Indications Contraindications Side Effects Dosage Method of Application Medicinal Actions

2.7 WHO: Flos Chamomillae

2.7.1 WHO: Monographs on Selected Medicinal Plants Definition Synonyms Selected Vernacular Names Description Plant Material of Interest: Flower Heads Geographical Distribution General Identity Tests Purity Tests Chemical Assays Major Chemical Constituents Dosage Forms Medicinal Uses Internal Use External Use Inhalation Pharmacology Clinical Pharmacology Contraindications Warnings Precautions Adverse Reactions Posology

2.8 Legal Classification of the Use of German Chamomile in Germany and in the European Community

2.8.1 Foodstuff

2.8.2 Drug References

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