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Chamomile

Chamomile

Common name, for several plants

Chamomile (lat. Matricaria) is a genus of perennial flowering plants of the Aster family, or Compositae (Asteraceae), unites about twenty species of low fragrant herbs that bloom from the first year of life. The most famous species is Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla, syn. Matricaria recutita), this plant is widely used for medicinal and cosmetic purposes.

Often, chamomile (from a botanical point of view, erroneously) is called plant species of other genera of the Asteraceae family, such as Astra, Gerbera, Doronicum, Nivyanik, Osteospermum, Feverfew, Pupavka, Trekhrebernik, Chrysanthemum, for inflorescences-baskets of which marginal reed flowers with white or other are characteristic. petal colors and a darker central part of the inflorescence.

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