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Related to Chamaemelum: Chamaemelum nobile, Roman Chamomile
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Chamomile Butter is actually an extract of whole chamaemelum nobile flowers using a sweet almond oil/hydrogenated vegetable oil mix which produces a smooth, velvety "butter" at room temperature that surrounds the user with a wonderful aroma.
The committee's new recommended list of healing herbs to grow for tisanes, teas or infusions includes camomile, Chamaemelum nobile, for insomnia and PMT, fennel for indigestion and as a diuretic, lemon balm for tension, headaches and upset stomachs, peppermint for indigestion and lemon verbena for insomnia and nasal congestion.
Chamaemelum nobile and Matricaria recutita (Chamomile): One of the greatest children's herbs of all time.
The well known chamomile tea herbal tea comes from Chamaemelum nobile and the common yarrow, Achillea millefolium, provides an important source of medicine for a wide variety of ailments.
The delicate scent of Chamaemelum no bile Trene-ague , a chamomile which relies on foliage rather than flowers, will fill the night air with perfume.
Plant the Roman variety for the sweetest flowers and use to make a pretty floor cushion around a seat or plant the lawn chamomile, Chamaemelum "Treneague", in between pavers for a scented path.