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Chamomile

I really like chamomile. I hope that it one day likes us as well, lol. These were actually grown at the University of Georgia's UGArden, their organic student-led community farm. We are hoping to get German chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla) going on our farm in 2023 and are planting seeds this fall. It is one that does well when it gets a chance to overwinter in our 7B zone.

 

Chamomile is a powerhouse of a digestive herb; the dried flowers are rich in terpenoids and flavonoids contributing to this plant's medicinal properties. Some traditional uses for chamomile:  hay fever, inflammation, muscle spasms, menstrual disorders, insomnia, ulcers, wounds, gastrointestinal disorders, rheumatic pain, and hemorrhoids. More than one million cups of chamomile tea are consumed per day. I love it with spearmint and evening primrose flowers for a beautiful golden brew.

 

Mix one half tea with one half aloe vera juice as an invigorating refresher for hair and skin. 

 

Disclaimer:  Information shared on this site is for educational purposes. The information provided is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment or advice. Please consult your medical care provider before using herbal medicine, particularly if you have a known medical condition or if you are pregnant or nursing. Although we do our best to provide accurate and useful information, you are responsible to research and verify information before relying on it. We are medicinal plant and herbs farmers, herbalists, and tea blenders. We are not licensed or registered healthcare practitioners.  We are also believers in the safety and efficacy of botanical medicine.

 

Chamomile

$10.00Price
Expected by early spring (Exact date TBD)
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