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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Delivery of seed and propagating material as follows: - oats - 14,100 kg, - wheat - 500 kg, - ground apple - 300 kg, - pumpkin seed of the ~miranda~ variety or equivalent - 0,3 kg, - peas - 1 000 kg, - potatoes - 1 900 kg, - herb mixtures - 20 kg.
com/2016/12/artificial-intelligence-just-broke-steve-jobs-wall-secrecy/) Reports suggest that this decision was taken primarily to recover the ground Apple has lost in recent years to the likes of Google, Microsoft, Facebook and the Elon Musk-backed startup OpenAI, insofar as AI-related research is concerned.
Also known as the "Peruvian ground apple," yacon is sweet and crisp like an apple, but is a closer relative to the Jerusalem artichoke.
In addition to the superfruit aguaymanto, other Incan superfoods include maca, a root that often is called Peruvian ginseng and used in smoothies for an energy boost; yacon, the Peruvian ground apple that is used to make a syrup that is low glycemic; and quinoa, a high-protein grain.
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.