Native to Eastern Europe, Chamomile is a low-growing flower with a pleasant aromatic and slightly bitter taste. Traditionally used as a medicine by the Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans, chamomile is now widely consumed as a relaxing tea on its own or as a blend. Chamomile contains flavonoids, volatile oils, amino acids, fatty acids, and coumarins. The flower can also be prepared as an extract or oil, or added to ointments and creams.
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