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Chamomile Folk Flora


Chamomile is a flowering herb that looks similar to a tiny daisy. It’s pedals also emulate the rays of a sun, so Chamomile became associated with deities and sun gods in various cultures. It has a gentle floral aroma that is naturally soothing and relaxing, which is why it’s so popular in herbal teas, aromatherapy and used in incenses for sleep and meditation. The word Chamomile comes from the Greek meaning “ground apple” and it has also been called: scented mayweed, whig plant, and maythen. Chamomile also seems to be an equal opportunity healing provider and not just in the human world – it has been found that if a plant was withering and failing to thrive, planting chamomile nearby would often improve the health of the ailing plant. Talk about flower power! And that concludes this Chamomile’s cameo.


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  • Archival Museum-quality
  • Thick, Durable, Acid-Free Matte Paper
  • Printed In The USA; ships continental US

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