Roman chamomile

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Roman chamomile

the dried flowers of Chamaemelum nobile (formerly Anthemis nobilis), used as a homeopathic preparation and in folk medicine, externally as a counterirritant and internally as a carminative.
A weed similar to German chamomile, Matricaria chamomilla, in appearance, often used interchangeably by herbalists
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The word "chamomile" comes from the Greek, karnai, meaning "on the ground," and "melon," meaning "apple," for ground apple.
Fill the press basket about half full of ground apples.
The leftover ground apples that they have to dispose of would be great for smaller animals.