Dried Flowers: Made into potpourri and herb pillows. Used as an insect repellent. Wash/Compress: Relieves skin inflammations, sunburn and burns.
Infused Tea: Added to bath for relaxing tired, achy muscles.
Infused Oil: Flowers used in cosmetics as an anti-allergenic. Ointment/Salves: For use on hemorrhoids and wounds.
Flower Essence: Harmony/Higher Wisdom which stimulates the pineal gland which creates states applicable to meditation. Aligns the mental body and emotional tensions are released. Emotional stability and greater calm results from the use of chamomile elixir. Miscellaneous Uses: Chamomile tea is used as a liquid feed and plant tonic, effective against a number of plant diseases.
Cautions: Except for the small risk of allergy, Chamomile is also one of the safest herbs to use.
Culinary Uses: The flowers are edible and quite tasty in salads.
Folklore: The Blackfoot Indians called it mat-o-at-sin, using the dried plant as a perfume.