Well, there is a long – waited summer come at least and my garden it's full of blossoming charming and subtle camomile. And while I was infusing my morning herb tea, I realised that I haven't posted an article about this amazing herb yet! And it's amazing because...
This herbs was used for centuries as a remedy against numerous illnesses, disorders and in cosmetology by Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and was mentioned 2,000 years ago.
There is two types of camomile – German and Roman. The most studied one is German, so I am going to talk about this type.
The are two major chemical components of this herb: alpha – bisabalol and apigenin. The first one demonstrates inflammatory, antiseptic and anti – spasmatic properties making camomile the perfect for:
Camomile is also is a good companion plant for onions and cabbages.
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