Chamomile is a well-known herb. Its genus includes more than 70 species. It is widespread throughout Europe and North Asia, in cultivated fields, gardens and slopes, in temperate climates. In common chamomile, the flowers are divided into inflorescences-heads that resemble those of daisies. Its name means apple that is down to the ground (hamster – apple).
It is a herbaceous plant and lives one year. From the plant chamomile, the flower heads are used for herbal healing purposes, fresh or dried.