Chemical and nutrient content
Antheme, anthemic acid, anthesterol, apigenin, calcium, chamazulene, iron, magnesium, manganese, volatile oils, potassium, tannic acid, tiglic acid, and vitamin A.
A good nerve tonic, sleep aid, appetite stimulant, and digestive aid.
Relieves the bladder, colds, asthma, colitis, diverticulosis, fever, headaches, hemorrhoids, muscle cramps, and pain. Effective in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis, worms, and jaundice.
WARNING: Do not use for long periods of time. In the past, chamomile was planted alongside an ailing plant, but removed after a short period of time. When the ailing plant was left for a long time, it suffered a relapse. Do not use if allergic to ragweed.