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Roman chamomile is a small perennial herb, with a hairy stem and feathery pinnate leaves, daisy like white flowers and grows about a foot high and has a hairless branching stem, with delicate feathery leaves and simple daisy like white flowers on single stems.
Roman Chamomile was a herb dedicated to the sun for the ancient Egyptians, to cure fevers, and to the moon, for its cooling ability. It was also recognized as a soother of nervous complaints and the Egyptians used Roman Chamomile in shampoos, cosmetics and perfumes.
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