Chamomile is the common name for several daisy-like plants of the family Asteraceae that are commonly used to make herb infusion to serve various medicinal purposes.
Calphotos: Chamomile
Photographs of this herb.
College of Agricultural Sciences
Uses, history, and cultivation notes.
Diagnose me - Chamomile
History, references and why is it recommended.
Herbazest - Chamomile
Presents an overview of the plant's compounds, forms of consumption, and growing option alongside an in-depth guide of its medicinal properties.
Herbwisdom.com - Chamomile (Matricaria Recutita)
Habitat, benefits and ingredients regarding this herb.
Loyola Medicine: Chamomile
Factsheet including warnings, side effects and interactions.
NCCIH - Chamomile
Presents a short introduction along with possible side effects.
NewCROP - Matricaria chamomilla
Article based on the two types of chamomile.
Plants for a Future - Chamomile
Presents edible uses of this herb together with the physical characteristics. Pictures of the herb are also available.
UC IPM Online
Background information regarding the herb's habitat, seeding, and reproduction.
Wikipedia: Chamomile
Provides extensive information on the properties, medical use, and classification of the herb (also known as matricaria chamomilla).
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