Chamomile gets its name from the Greek words “χαμαί” (below) and “μήλο” which
in ancient greek meant fruit.
Sources state that Ariston used it against all kinds of pain, Hippocrates used it as an
emmenagogue against hysteria and Dioscorides against fever.
Chamomile contains many flavonoids and tannins that give it anti-inflammatory,
anxiolytic and soothing properties.
A cup before bed helps fight insomnia, while also helping to reduce stress. It is also
an ally in the treatment of colds, relieves bloating in the stomach, while compresses
with chamomile decoction can relieve various dermatological problems (acne,