Collection: Chamomile

Matricaria recutita

Although grown in Egypt, this is the same species of chamomile commonly referred to as German chamomile. The fresh plant is strongly and agreeably aromatic, with a distinct scent of apples. Chamomile is one of the oldest favorites amongst garden herbs. Mat-forming, aromatic herb with finely divided, green leaves and white, daisy-like flowers with a yellow center.

Cosmetic: Chamomile is a popular botanical in natural product for skin and hair, including soaps, lotions, creams, and shampoos. A rinse of strong tea adds highlights to blonde hair.

Culinary: Add the flowers to salad dressings, soups, stews and teas.

Aromatic: Infuse in oil to produce perfumes.

Chamomile is used to attract money, and a handwash of the infusion is sometimes used by gamblers to ensure winnings. It is used in sleep and meditation incenses, and the infusion is also added to the bath to attract love. It is also a purificatory and protective herb. When sprinkled around the property, it removes curses and spells cast against you.

Gender: Masculine 

Planet: Sun 

Element: Water 

Powers: Money, Sleep, Love, Purification

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