Don't confuse Roman Chamomile with German Chamomile. The former has a deep blue colour owing to its high levels of azulene content while the latter ranges in hue from clear to very pale blue.
Interestingly, Roman chamomile has been called the "plant's physician" because of its benefits to a garden's health. Say, if another herb is looking a little droopy, you can hope to revitalise it by planting some Roman chamomile nearby!
The Spanish called this herb "manzanilla" or "little apple" due to its sweet and apple-like scent. You will find it in teas, facial creams, ointments, hair dyes, liquid soaps, shampoos, conditioners, and perfumes. You can also add it on to your favourite shampoo, conditioner, or moisturiser for healthier hair and younger-looking skin!
Promoting a soothing environment, there's nothing like a cup of Roman Chamomile infused tea or hot drinks to calm your senses! For a more relaxing bedtime, diffuse or apply to bottoms of feet.
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