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A report on the effects of green tea on all-cause and cause-specific mortality of adults in Japan suggested that consumption of three or more cups of green tea per day was associated with a 12% reduction in risk of death over an 11-year period (Kuriyama et al., 2006).
The relationship was stronger in women and for cardiovascular-related deaths.
Finally, a cross-sectional study using data from the Hispanic Established Population for the Epidemiologic Studies of the Elderly (H-EPESE) showed that herbal medication use is common among older Mexican origin adults living in the Southwest (Loera, Black, Markides, Espino, & Goodwin, 2001) and highest among women.
Approximately 10% of the sample reported using an herbal medication in the last 2 weeks, the most common being chamomile.
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).
Chamomile is a commonly used herb among older adults of Mexican origin.
Preliminary evidence from clinical case series showed that chamomile is useful in treating mucositis and dyspepsia.
Melzer, Rosch, Reichling, Brignoli, and Saller (2004) demonstrated that chamomile potentially slows peristaltic movement, potentially decreasing dyspepsia.
The authors examined correlates of herbal medication usage and found that persons who used herbs had higher numbers of chronic conditions and were frequent consumers of health care services.
They also observed that women were twice as likely as men to use herbal remedies.