The Ormylia chamomile is gathered in April during its full flower blooming. Its blossoms are dried with a complete natural way. Chamomile is well known for its sedative, antiseptic and anti-allergic characteristics.
It sooths insomnia and stomach digestion problems. It is also used in compresses for eye washing and skin irritations.
Chamomile tea is probably one of the best known herbal teas ever. Due to its relaxing effect, it is especially useful when you have stomach ache, indigestion or nervousness and urgently need some reassurance. Chamomile derives from dried flowers and has many uses. In the meantime, the effects of chamomile tea on cancer, diabetes and many other chronic diseases are increasingly being investigated by scientists. It is therefore worthwhile to drink a cup of chamomile tea from time to time.