Anthemis cotula(redirected from stinking chamomile)
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Related to stinking chamomile: Anthemis cotula
plant of the Asteraceae (Compositae) family of plants; reported to cause (1) hydrocyanic acid poisoning; (2) irritation to mucosae because of the presence of an acrid substance; (3) milk taint. Called also mayweed.