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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Alfonzo Rivas & Ca manages the widest variety of flavours in fruit/herbal tea, ranging from the most common chamomile infusion to mixes of red fruits.
Variation of morphology, yield and essential oil components in common chamomile (Chamomilla recutita) cultivars grown in Southern Italy.
Alfonzo Rivas & CE[degrees]a manages the widest variety of flavours in fruit/herbal tea, ranging from the most common chamomile infusion to mixes of red fruits.

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