Medicinal properties of chamomile pharmacy



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How beautiful the flower is - it looks like the sun

If you say the word "chamomile", then, perhaps, ninety out of a hundred people will imagine a rather tall plant - up to 60 cm tall with beautiful large inflorescences-baskets. These amazing flowers can be found in meadows, forest glades, and now they are already widespread in garden beds.

A beautiful plant, but, alas, it is not a chamomile, but daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare), or daisyas it is sometimes called in our lands. True, he, like chamomile, belongs to the same family - Astrovye, but his family is different - Nivyanik.

Chamomile, including the one that interests us pharmaceutical camomile (Matricaria chamomilla) also belong to the family Astrovyebut kind Chamomile... She, in contrast to the perennial cornflower, is an annual plant.

Of course, this chamomile is not as spectacular as the daisy, although outwardly it is similar - the same flower basket with white marginal flowers-petals and inner yellow tubular flowers, but the size, alas, is not the same. In the daisy, the inflorescence can reach six centimeters in diameter, and in the chamomile, the diameter of the inflorescence is much smaller - up to 2.5 cm

The extreme ligulate chamomile petal flowers have one characteristic feature: at first they stand vertically, then they are arranged horizontally, and by the end of flowering they bend down, and the receptacle protrudes forward along with tubular flowers, where the seeds will then ripen. By the way, experts say that it is this feature that helps to distinguish chamomile from its other types. And one more big difference between chamomile and cornflower - the whole chamomile plant has a strong specific bitter-spicy smell.


Like the daisy, chamomile can also be found in meadows, but only where the grass is sparse. This is due to the fact that the germination of its seeds is high, but certain conditions are required for the germination of seeds: good illumination and moisture supply. But with a dense and high grass stand, it is difficult for her to break through.

But it develops well on the outskirts of fields and among crops, along roads, on vacant lots, near residential buildings. Due to the high germination of seeds, it has another interesting feature: it can be spring and winter. Since the first seeds on a plant ripen, depending on temperature conditions and terrain, in the second half of July, then, once in favorable conditions, they can germinate and sprout until autumn and form a rosette of leaves.

The young plant then, with the onset of cold weather, will go green under the snow, and in the spring it will continue to develop and give flowers very early. Other seeds that matured later or did not get into favorable conditions, after lying in the soil for a cold time, will sprout in the spring - already like a spring plant.

The stem of chamomile is erect, up to half a meter high, with shoots extending almost from the ground. At the end of the stem and all shoots, inflorescences are formed. There are many of them, so up to five thousand seeds can be harvested from one bush. The leaves are double- and thrice-cut, from a distance resembling a "herringbone". Chamomile blooms in June, and the seeds on the first flowers are ready in mid-June.


pharmaceutical camomile - its very name speaks of its medicinal properties - has been used for medicinal purposes since ancient times. And it is still used in both official and traditional medicine.

The raw materials that are collected and used are inflorescences. Flower baskets are harvested at the initial stage of flowering, when the white reed flower petals are horizontal. The collected medicinal raw materials are dried, sprinkled in a not very thick layer - up to 5 cm, in a ventilated room, in the shade, stirring it regularly to prevent mold and rot.

The high medicinal properties of chamomile pharmacy, and it is used both as an antiseptic, and as a sedative, and as an anti-inflammatory agent, and as a drug that helps to improve metabolic processes, as well as normalize blood pressure and heart function, are determined by the rich chemical composition of this plant. The main thing that chamomile flowers are famous for is a valuable essential oil, which contains sexviterpenoids and montorepenes; chamomile also contains a lot of flavonoids, which provide this plant with powerful anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral effects.

In addition, chamomile contains fatty acid glycerides, coumarins, polysaccharides, phytosterone, and choline. It is these substances that have a beneficial effect on the treatment of many diseases, endowing chamomile with an almost miraculous power, which is used by both official and traditional medicine. In this case, chamomile preparations are used both internally and externally.

As an antiseptic, chamomile herb successfully fights bacteria. Its broth, if necessary, is used to treat wounds. Timely drunk chamomile decoction will help with mild poisoning.

As an anti-inflammatory agent, chamomile helps to relieve skin inflammation, heals small cracks and damage to the epidermis. And it is no coincidence that the essential oil of this plant is included in many creams and lipsticks.

Taking chamomile in the form of flower tea helps with sleep disorders, stress, depression, sudden anxiety. They calm and strengthen the human nervous system.

Regular intake of chamomile flowers helps to improve the functioning of the body, strengthen the immune system.

In official medicine, a whole arsenal of medicines from chamomile is now used for treatment. Its essential oil is most appreciated. It is very expensive, sometimes unscrupulous manufacturers even replace it with other oils.

This oil is used in the treatment of many diseases, such as inflammation of the upper respiratory tract - it relieves inflammation of the respiratory tract and relieves cough; externally used for ulcerative lesions, burns, skin diseases, herpes, acne; and in the form of lotions and rinses, it is the most effective remedy in the treatment of periodontal disease.

Other drugs based on chamomile are also used; they are available in pharmacies.

For example, Ayurom liniment serves as a local analgesic and anti-inflammatory agent, it helps to actively fight sciatica, arthritis and bedsores.

The drug "Rotokan" on the basis of chamomile is used by dentists to dull pain.

The Rekutan remedy performs wound healing and anti-inflammatory functions.

Means "Romazulon" is used in a variety of situations: when washing and rinsing, as compresses in the case of cystitis, otitis media, colitis, gastritis.

In folk medicine, the range of application of chamomile is much wider. It is used as an antibacterial and soothing agent. Both adults and children are treated with it. Since ancient times, folk healers have used chamomile decoctions to treat inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.

After all, chamomile is one of the few plants that can be used by patients with high acidity of gastric juice. A decoction of chamomile reduces swelling of the gastric mucosa, enhances bile secretion, promotes rapid healing of stomach and duodenal ulcers, reduces gas formation and fermentation processes, relieves stomach cramps.

Chamomile is also used as a diaphoretic for colds.

Chamomile tea

Most often, pharmacy chamomile, more precisely - its flowers are used in the form of tea. It helps to normalize the work of the gallbladder and stomach. For example, it will help relieve colic, eliminate gas formation, abdominal pain. Since it has the property of thinning the blood, it should not be drunk when taking drugs that have the same property, for example, at the same time as aspirin.

This tea also helps relieve chronic inflammation and clear mucous membranes. Chamomile tea is also used to treat infections of the upper respiratory tract and mouth. It is recommended to use it for rinsing the mouth if a toothache or gums become inflamed, as well as if you have sores on the mucous membrane. If you need to relieve pain, it is better to rinse your mouth with cool tea.

The ability of chamomile to calm the nervous system is also well known to many. Drinking a cup of chamomile tea in the evening will help you fall asleep faster and make your sleep restful and deep.

How to make chamomile tea? The recipe is very simple: for this you need to pour 1 teaspoon of dried chamomile flowers with a glass (200 ml) of boiling water. When the tea is brewed in a quarter of an hour, the liquid must be filtered. It is recommended to drink this tea warm, but not hot. If you bought chamomile tea bags, then in this case one tea bag is needed for a glass of boiling water. Chamomile tea is recommended to drink three times a day before meals.

If you are preparing tea for children, then the ratio of flowers to boiling water is different. For 1 teaspoon of chamomile, you need two glasses of boiling water. Better to brew immediately in a large mug. After about 20 minutes, when the tea is brewed, strain it, wait until it cools down to an acceptable temperature. For children, you can add 1 teaspoon of honey to this tea.

Chamomile decoction

It is prepared in the following way: 1 tablespoon of dried chamomile flowers is placed in an enamel vessel, poured with a glass of boiling water (200 ml) and placed in a water bath for half an hour, covered with a lid. The resulting broth is then insisted for another two to three hours and filtered. Then the resulting broth is brought to its original volume (200 ml) by adding boiling water.

Drink a glass of decoction three times a day in the treatment of colitis, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, flatulence, neuralgia and insomnia.

A decoction of chamomile is also used externally: for the treatment of skin diseases - eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and festering wounds.

For such a decoction, you need to take 1 tablespoon of chamomile flowers and 500 ml of water. Pour chamomile with water and put on the stove. After boiling water, remove the container with the broth from the heat and leave for 15-20 minutes to infuse. After that, filter the broth and cool a little, and then moisten a soft tissue with it and apply it to the affected area. This procedure is repeated several times a day.

The same broth can be used to treat a sore throat - gargle with it, and in case of a runny nose, use it to wash the nose.

Camomile tea

Its preparation is simpler than the preparation of decoctions. To do this, 2 teaspoons of dried chamomile flowers must be poured in a thermos with 1 glass of boiling water. Close the thermos and keep the liquid there for three hours. After that, the infusion must be filtered and taken in a third of a glass three times a day for flatulence, gastritis, colitis and enteritis.

There is a recipe for cold chamomile infusion. For its preparation, 1 tablespoon of dried chamomile flowers is poured with one glass of cold water and kept for about half a day. After that, the infusion is filtered and taken during the day in several doses.

Chamomile inhalation

For colds - bronchitis, tracheitis, bronchial asthma, diseases of the nasopharynx, chamomile inhalations (inhalation of medicinal substances) are recommended. To obtain a drug, 2 tablespoons of dried chamomile flowers must be poured with one liter of boiling water. To enhance the therapeutic effect, you can add 1 tablespoon of honey and soda to this liquid. You can apply this composition with the help of a special inhaler, and if it is not there, then simply exhale the hot vapors of this remedy, covering your head with a towel over the container.

The duration of inhalations is 10-15 minutes for adults and 3-4 minutes for children. Spend them twice a day.

Contraindications

Traditional medicine preparations from chamomile pharmacy, like preparations from many other medicinal plants, have some contraindications. Chamomile is not recommended during pregnancy. And some people may have allergic reactions to chamomile. Since chamomile has a sedative effect, it is not recommended for mental disorders and schizophrenia. It is also contraindicated for antacid (low acidity) gastritis.

In addition, like other medicinal plants, it must be used taking into account the recipes, after consulting with your doctor. Practice has shown that excessive consumption of chamomile teas and infusions can cause headaches, depression, coughing and hoarseness.

Anatoly Petrov


Chamomile in cosmetology

For cosmetic purposes, chamomile is in great demand. Many girls and women use this plant in order to give their hair a natural, natural shine, to restore their softness. These properties are also used in the creation of cosmetics, for example, in our country, chamomile shampoo is in good demand.

The medicinal properties of chamomile contribute to:

  1. Acceleration of hair growth, due to the saturation of the scalp with various useful microelements.
  2. Cleansing the scalp from harmful chemical additives in regular shampoos.
  3. Reduces skin inflammation during adolescence and after shaving.
  4. Tones up the skin, reduces sweating.

For all its positive qualities that this herb possesses, one should not forget about one more very significant one. Due to the low cost of the medicinal plant, everyone can afford it. And in the summer season, you can collect and prepare the grass yourself, or even plant it in your summer cottage. In addition, pharmacy chamomile will be useful not only for people, but also for your pets.


What is chamomile

First, let's see what this plant is. Chamomile is a herbaceous annual from the Astrov family. It is very widespread, practically throughout North America and Eurasia. On average, the plant is about 40 cm tall.

The stem of the chamomile is erect, the leaves on it are arranged alternately and have a length of 2 to 5 cm. The flower is very well recognizable: the middle is yellow, "penny", surrounded by white petals.

The plant develops from the moment of seed germination to flowering. In terms of time, this is approximately 4 months, from May to August. In fact, the plant is wild-growing. But now it is cultivated by most summer residents and plays the role of not only medicinal, but also decorative. There are many types of chamomile, but it is pharmaceutical chamomile that has medicinal properties. Once upon a time, it was used to treat gynecological diseases. Currently, it is used to treat a wide variety of diseases in our body.

You can buy it at the pharmacy or collect the raw materials yourself. If you don't grow chamomile, you don't have time to collect, then go to the pharmacy. There you will find various ready-to-use kits.

But if you grow on your site, then it is better to collect it yourself. Procurement of raw materials, namely flowers, is carried out in June-August. In this case, it is necessary that the weather be dry. It is under such conditions that the flowers contain the greatest amount of nutrients.

After you have collected the required amount of raw materials, you need to start drying it. To do this, you need to find a dry room and arrange the flowers so that they do not overlap each other. It turns out about a kilogram per square meter of floor. Flowers must be intact with not fallen petals. The finished product should be stored in paper bags in a dry and dark place.

Useful material

Before moving on to the beneficial properties of chamomile, let's see what it contains, what substances.

The most important thing that determines the medicinal properties of chamomile is vitamins C, B4, carotene.There are biologically active substances in flowers: flavonoids, chamazulene and derivatives of substances such as phytosterol, aligenin, coumarin and matycin. And, chamomile essential oil.

In addition to these substances, various organic acids can be found. For example, salicylic, phenolcarboxylic, isovalerian, polyene mixtures and polysaccharides, tannins, gum, polyacetylenes.

All this wonderful composition gives such useful medicinal properties that are used in treatment and prevention.


How chamomile is used

Chamomile tea

It is considered one of the easiest ways to make a healthy drink. It helps to calm the nervous system, strengthen the immune system, and improve the digestive tract. To prepare it, you need 1 phytopacket or 1 tsp. pour the flowers with a glass of hot water (about 90C), cover and leave for 10 minutes.

Chamomile oil use

The use of essential oils is less common than herbs. However, he has many useful qualities. By mixing it with water, you can prepare a solution used for:

  • Healing injuries and diseases of the skin.
  • Treating insect bites.
  • Elimination of inflammation in the oral cavity.
  • Treatment of stomatitis, gingivitis.

Chamomile bath

The procedure is recommended for people suffering from arthritis and arthrosis, diseases of the nervous system. It improves the overall condition of the skin. It is recommended to take 2-3 baths a week for 20 minutes.

  1. Pour chamomile (100 gr.) Into a saucepan.
  2. Pour in boiling water (3 l.).
  3. Cook for a quarter of an hour on low heat.
  4. Pour the broth into a bath filled with water.

Chamomile decoction inhalation

With a cold, an inflamed nasopharynx, a runny nose, it is useful to inhale with chamomile. To do this, pour chamomile (5 tbsp. L.) Into a saucepan, pour boiling water (1 l.) And boil for 5 minutes. You need to breathe over the steam, bending over the pan and covering your head with a thick towel.

Treatment of gastrointestinal ulcers

A course of treatment (1 month) with chamomile infusion will help with stomach or duodenal ulcers. The drink must be drunk 3 times a day, 0.5 cups 30 minutes before meals.

How to cook:

  1. Pour chamomile (10 minutes) into a container.
  2. Pour boiling water over (0.2 l.).
  3. Insist for 10 minutes.
  4. Strain.

Chamomile for flatulence in the intestines

Chamomile combines well with other natural ingredients. Therefore, to get rid of discomfort in the intestines, gas and spasms, herbal collection will help.

How to cook:

  • Mix the ingredients: chamomile, mint leaves, cumin and fennel seeds, valerian root. All ingredients are taken in equal amounts.
  • Pour the ready-made herbal collection (1 tbsp. L.) Into a container.
  • Pour in boiling water (0.2 l.).
  • Insist for 20 minutes.
  • Strain.

Using chamomile for hair

The use of chamomile will improve the appearance of hair, relieve dandruff and help solve the problem of baldness. Regular use of masks, rinses and shampoos based on chamomile will protect hair from drying out with a hairdryer and curling iron, the harmful effects of sunlight.

Simple rinse aid

To prepare the healing liquid, you need to pour chamomile (4 tbsp. L.) Into a saucepan, pour water (1 l.) And warm up for 10 minutes in a water bath. Remove from heat and leave for 24 hours.

Rinse to strengthen hair

To enhance the effect, it is recommended to use a collection of several herbs. Hair already washed with shampoo is rinsed with the finished product.

  1. Pour the components into a container: chamomile (2 tbsp. L.), Calendula (1 tbsp. L.), Sage (1 tbsp. L.).
  2. Pour boiling water over (1 liter).
  3. Insist 1 hour.
  4. Strain.

Chamomile for hair growth

The finished product is rubbed into clean scalp and does not require additional rinsing.

How to cook:

  1. Pour the components into the container: nettle (2 tsp), chamomile (2 tsp), sage (2 tsp).
  2. Pour boiling water over (0.3 l.).
  3. Insist 15 minutes.
  4. Strain.
  5. Use immediately after preparation.

Anti-dandruff mouthwash

The washed hair must be rinsed with the prepared infusion and allowed to dry naturally.

How to cook:

  1. Pour the components into the container: chamomile (2 tsp), calendula (2 tsp), lavender (2 tsp).
  2. Pour boiling water over (0.25 l.).
  3. Insist 30 minutes.
  4. Strain.

Using chamomile in facial care

The use of funds that include chamomile is due to several reasons. The plant helps to soothe the skin and flush out toxins from it. Chamomile is recommended for those with acne. It is effective in treating problematic dry and oily skin.

Natural tonic

If you replace your usual face tonic with chamomile broth, the result will not disappoint. In addition, it will be an excellent base for the subsequent application of the mask. Wipe your face twice a day.

How to cook:

  1. Pour chamomile (30 g) into a container.
  2. Pour in water (0.3 l.).
  3. Bring to a boil, boil for 5 minutes.
  4. Strain.

Chamomile ice

Regular rubbing of the dermis with ice cubes from chamomile decoction will help strengthen blood vessels, increase skin elasticity, and increase blood flow. Cryotherapy is performed in the evening, after removing the makeup. The cube is rubbed over the face along the lymphatic lines, and the eyelids in a counterclockwise direction.

How to cook:

  1. Prepare a decoction of chamomile (22 gr.) And water (0.1 l.).
  2. Strain.
  3. Add cocoa butter (19 drops).
  4. Pour into ice cube trays and place in the freezer.

Chamomile for acne

If the skin is covered with pimples and inflamed, chamomile infusion on cognac will cure it. The finished product is stored in the refrigerator and applied to problem areas with a sponge.

How to cook:

  1. Pour chamomile flowers into a glass container.
  2. Fill with a skate (0.1 l.).
  3. Seal vessel tightly.
  4. Insist in a dark and cool place for 7 days.
  5. Shake daily.
  6. Strain before use.

Anti-wrinkle mask

It slows down skin aging, improves elasticity. Before applying the composition, the skin must be steamed. The mask is applied and left for a quarter of an hour. It is recommended to wash it off with water with lemon juice added to it. Then a lifting gel is used.

How to cook:

  1. Mix the finished chamomile broth (14 ml.) With glycerin (16 drops) and starch (12 g.).

Mask for dry skin

The composition, prepared with chamomile and other natural ingredients, will help deeply moisturize the skin and increase its elasticity. The mask is recommended to be applied after an evening wash. The composition is left for 30 minutes and the remains are removed with a sponge.

How to cook:

  1. Make mashed potatoes from pumpkin (12 gr.).
  2. Chamomile infusion (20 ml.) Mix with pumpkin and sour cream (7 g.).

This herb is used by almost every family. Pharmacy chamomile, useful properties have been described only superficially, and its use is not limited to the described recipes.

It is often found in cosmetics. And tea not only has various useful properties, but also a pleasant taste. The healing properties make it an effective and safe remedy for the treatment of various diseases. But it is worth keeping in mind the existing contraindications, and do not abuse chamomile.


Chamomile, pharmaceutical or uterine, was once used to heal only female ailments. But as the study of its medicinal properties, the plant began to be used in the healing of many ailments, but especially in gynecology.

Chamomile medicinal has a distinctive characteristic - the leaves of the flower are lowered down or are located horizontally. The listing of medicinal components in it will take a lot of space, but I must say about the most valuable component - azulene chamazulene, which has antiallergenic, anti-inflammatory properties and a fighter against bacteria.

The greatest healers of antiquity used flowers to relieve cramps and pains. Avicenna used the plant to restore strength.

Currently, its properties are widely used:

  • Disinfectant, against a huge number of pathogenic organisms
  • From inflammation
  • Choleretic
  • Against spasm
  • Astringent
  • Carminative
  • As a stopper of blood.

And the benefits of chamomile oil are even more extensive:

  • Reduces bloating
  • Improves the digestive tract
  • Fights inflammation
  • Relieves pain even with migraines
  • Fights depression
  • Expands the vessels that feed the brain.

Chamomile oil can be added to cosmetics (3 drops per 5 ml).

Experts from the Texas School of Medicine have shown that intermittent consumption of chamomile tea reduces mortality in people 65 and older. But too long-term use of tea will lead to outbursts of anger, cough, dizziness, conjunctivitis and other unpleasant consequences. Moderation is needed in everything, take a break!


Common chamomile-like flowers

Despite the similarity, each flower is unique. They differ not only in appearance, but also in life expectancy., susceptibility to disease, unique medicinal or simply beneficial properties. What are the names of such flowers and how do they look?

Anacyclus

Anacyclus or anacillus

Anacyclus or anacillus is a perennial plant with creeping stems and large flowers. Used to decorate alpine slides, as it is low (up to 5 cm)... The buds are colored dark pink, but the petals are white inside.

Gelikhrizum daisy-flowered

Gelikhrizum daisy-flowered

Gelikhrizum daisy-flowered - a perennial plant in the form of a low (up to 10 cm) and a wide bush (up to 50 cm)... The leaves and stems are gray, the petals are tightly packed together, white.

Doronicum

Doronicum or goat

Doronicum or goat - a perennial plant with bright yellow petals and pith, grows from 0.3 to 1 m in height... The leaves are triangular and deep green.

Nivyanik

Nivyanik is a perennial plant that forms a bush with a height of 0.3-0.8 m... The blooms are large, with dense oblong white petals, the core is bright yellow. There is only one corolla on one stem, unlike chamomile.

Calendula

Calendula or marigold is an annual herb 0.5-0.6 m high... petals are orange or rich yellow. The leaves are green in the form of an elongated oval.

Daisy

Daisy - a perennial plant is most often found in ornamental crops. The flowers are stuffed, the petals are pink, white, lilac, the heart is pale yellow. A neat bush grows up to 20 cm tall... The leaves are oblong, located at the base of the stem.

Pyrethrum

Pyrethrum or Dolmatian, Persian chamomile is a perennial herb with a height of 0.4-0.6 m... The flowers are large, but there are varieties with small and stuffed corollas. The color of the petals ranges from white to burgundy.

Arctotis

Arctotis white

Arctotis is an annual or perennial plant with a height of 0.20-0.3 m. On a bare stem, inflorescences with a diameter of 5-10 cm, depending on the variety... The color of the petals is white or pale yellow. Light silvery bloom on dark green leaves.

Gatsania

Gatsania or gazania (African chamomile) - perennial or annual plant. Grows up to 30 cm in height, inflorescence with a diameter of 5-9 cm... The color of the petals is different, but the red and pink varieties are popular. The leaves are dark green, curly.

Gerbera

Gerbera is a perennial plant. Bare stems 0.4-0.6 cm high, tough... The rosette has long petals (up to 0.35 m) and dense, with a diameter of 0.05-0.15 m. Gerberas can be of any color, with the exception of blue.

Venidium

Venidium or Arctotis

Venidium grows up to 0.8 m. The petals are elongated with pointed ends, the rosette is not stuffed. Venidium comes in pink, white, orange and yellow.... The core is brown or burgundy.

Kosmeya

Kosmeya is an annual or perennial 50-150 cm high. The stems are tender, the leaves are thin, resembling the shape of a pharmaceutical chamomile or dill... The petals are long, painted in one or two colors (border effect), they are white, red, pink or purple. Inflorescence up to 12 cm in diameter.

Coreopsis

Coreopsis is a perennial or annual plant. Bush height 0.5-0.9 m, thin leaves... Flowers of rich shades of yellow, there are specimens with a burgundy base of the petals.

Osteospermum

Osteospermum

Osteospermum is a perennial plant, but cultivars are grown as annuals. Grows in the form of a bush 0.25-1 m high, inflorescence diameter 4-10 cm... The color of the petals is white, various shades of red, purple.

Sunflower

Ornamental sunflower

Decorative sunflowers differ significantly from their counterparts. Depending on the variety, they are:

  1. Miniature.
  2. With double and dense blooms.
  3. Multi-colored.

Some of them, especially the tuberous sunflower, look like a giant yellow chamomile. Such plants grow up to 3 m in height., and the inflorescences are 3-5 cm in diameter.

Jerusalem artichoke

Jerusalem artichoke or earthen pear is a perennial plant with stems 0.50-4.0 m high. Blossoms are yellow, their diameter is up to 10 cm.

Ursinia

Ursinia is an annual or perennial with a height of 30-60 cm. The flowers are bright yellow, white or purple, glossy, up to 5-6 cm in diameter... Ursinia leaves are dark green in color.

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum is a perennial with many flowers... Most often, Korean chrysanthemum is found with thin rigid stems, openwork light green leaves and flowers 2-5 cm in diameter. Chrysanthemum petals can be of a wide variety of shades and scales: from white to purple.

Echinacea

Echinacea - a perennial with medicinal properties... On stems with leaves, one flowering with a core protruding upward. Petals are pink or purple, oblong with pointed ends.

Erigeron

Erigeron is a perennial that grows up to 40 cm in height... The petals are elongated, rounded, color: white, pink, yellow, violet, purple. Inflorescence is 2-5 cm in diameter.


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