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Chamomile German
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Matricaria recutita, commonly known as chamomile, is a well-known herb that belongs to the Asteraceae family. It is cherished for its versatility, whether used for relaxation in teas, skincare, or as an attractive addition to gardens.

⚘ Appearance 
  • Chamomile is an herbaceous plant with feathery, finely divided leaves and small, daisy-like flowers.
  • The flowers of Matricaria recutita have white petals and a yellow center, and they resemble miniature daisies.
⛰ Habitat 
  • Native to Europe and Western Asia, chamomile has naturalized in many regions worldwide and is commonly cultivated for various purposes.
  • It can be found in fields, along roadsides, and in disturbed areas.
♨︎ Cultural and Medicinal Uses
  • Chamomile has a long history of use in traditional medicine, known for its calming and soothing properties.
  • The dried flowers are commonly used to make chamomile tea, which is consumed for its reputed ability to promote relaxation and alleviate digestive discomfort.
  • It is also used topically in herbal remedies for skin conditions.
© Culinary Uses
  • Chamomile flowers can be used to infuse flavours into teas, desserts, and infusions. The mild, apple-like taste is often enjoyed in chamomile tea.
❁ Essential Oil
  • Chamomile essential oil is extracted from the flowers and is used in aromatherapy and natural skincare products.
  • It is valued for its calming aroma and potential skin-soothing properties.
𓆧 Wildlife Attraction
  • Chamomile flowers attract pollinators like bees and butterflies, contributing to garden biodiversity.
☀︎ Cultivation
  • Chamomile is a hardy and easy-to-grow herb that prefers well-drained soil and full sun.
  • It can be grown in gardens, pots, or containers, making it accessible for home cultivation.



Matricaria recutita, commonly known as chamomile, is a well-known herb that belongs to the Asteraceae family. It is cherished for its versatility, whether used for relaxation in teas, skincare, or as an attractive addition to gardens.

⚘ Appearance 
  • Chamomile is an herbaceous plant with feathery, finely divided leaves and small, daisy-like flowers.
  • The flowers of Matricaria recutita have white petals and a yellow center, and they resemble miniature daisies.
⛰ Habitat 
  • Native to Europe and Western Asia, chamomile has naturalized in many regions worldwide and is commonly cultivated for various purposes.
  • It can be found in fields, along roadsides, and in disturbed areas.
♨︎ Cultural and Medicinal Uses
  • Chamomile has a long history of use in traditional medicine, known for its calming and soothing properties.
  • The dried flowers are commonly used to make chamomile tea, which is consumed for its reputed ability to promote relaxation and alleviate digestive discomfort.
  • It is also used topically in herbal remedies for skin conditions.
© Culinary Uses
  • Chamomile flowers can be used to infuse flavours into teas, desserts, and infusions. The mild, apple-like taste is often enjoyed in chamomile tea.
❁ Essential Oil
  • Chamomile essential oil is extracted from the flowers and is used in aromatherapy and natural skincare products.
  • It is valued for its calming aroma and potential skin-soothing properties.
𓆧 Wildlife Attraction
  • Chamomile flowers attract pollinators like bees and butterflies, contributing to garden biodiversity.
☀︎ Cultivation
  • Chamomile is a hardy and easy-to-grow herb that prefers well-drained soil and full sun.
  • It can be grown in gardens, pots, or containers, making it accessible for home cultivation.