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Chamomile is a low-growing relative of the sunflower native to Eastern Europe and now found around the world. It is especially abundant in Hungary, Croatia, and Serbia, although chamomile grown in Egypt has an exceptionally high content of essential oils.
Chamomile was used a medicine by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. Its name derives from the Greek chamos (ground) and melos (apple), referring to its creeping habit and the apple scent of fresh blossoms. Extensive research has confirmed the plantÍs usefulness in treating minor abrasions, cuts, and scrapes, and as a sedative and sleep aid.
Baths, creams, infusions, teas and extracts.
The traditional use of chamomile tea is to induce deep sleep.
Chamomile contains chemicals that are anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, and antiparasitic.