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Less common in Scotland but otherwise found on sandy commons, pastures and grassy roadsides. It flowers in June and July. The true chamomile can be distinguished from the mayweeds and feverfews is by its sweet scent, reminiscent of apples. For use as a tea, the flower heads should be gathered just as the petals begin to turn down. Take 1 teaspoon of fresh or dried flowers per cup and steep in boiling water for 3 to 4 minutes, then strain, sweeten with a little honey or sugar.

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