Chamomile: Generalities

Chamomile was considered by the gardeners of the past to be able to "heal" other suffering and weaker plants; it was enough for his bushes to be placed near the shrubs and sick trees to see satisfactory results after a short time. The meaning of strength in adversity is attributed to the chamomile flower, probably due to the known relaxing properties of infusions based on its flowers. Traces of chamomile pollen have been found in the stuffing of King Ramses' second mummy, strung there with the intention of infusing him with courage and calm to face the afterlife. In Italy many varieties grow spontaneously; the flowers are rich in active properties with a relaxing and relaxing character.