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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One good quality bottle of eucalyptus, lavender, tea-tree and roman chamomile essential oil
Yarrow, Roman chamomile, calendula, elecampane, horsetail, bronze fennel, sweet woodruff, lady bedstraw, St.
Pond's towelettes contain a range of ingredients, including roman chamomile extract, green tea extract, ginseng extract, vitamin E, pro-vitamin B6, aloe extract, alpha bisabolol, cucumber extract and cornflower extract.
Try this soothing mask: two drops of sandalwood, a drop of lavender, a drop of Roman chamomile or neroli, 2tsp honey.
Packaged in a reusable decorative basket, the assortment includes a relaxing candle with lavender, Roman chamomile, neroli and sandalwood; an energizing candle with clementine, pink grapefruit, orange jaffa and nectarine; and a sensual candle with orchid, jasmine, ginger and rose.
Easy-to-grow, nonna- tive evergreen ground covers include creeping thyme, bugleweed, Roman chamomile and St.
This annual variety grows to 24 inches and produces more flowers than its perennial cousin, Roman chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile).
Besides grasses, there's Roman chamomile ('Treneague' is nonflowering and needs no mowing) or woolly thyme with silvery foliage--great between pavers.