- heal wounds, cuts and burns
- helps with cancer, diabetes, a migraine and headaches
- helps with allergic
- calms muscle spasms
- protects against bacterial-related illness and infection
- promotes sleep
- natural hemorrhoid treatment
- promotes healthy skin
Besides usage in medicine, chamomile is also used for industrial purposes (making of herbal tea and beer) and like groundcover on the farm. Chamomile is cultivated across the Europe, Asia and Americas, mainly on small-scale farm productions (family farms). As a medicinal and aromatic plant, it became a significant product in the world market and demand for this herbal raw material is constantly growing worldwide. Such a trend allows for long-term planning, investments and increase in the volume of chamomile production. Increased chamomile production is achieved in countries with intensive chamomile farming in which all the technological procedures of growing and processing are performed mechanically in an optimal manner and with rational energy consumption. Efficiency and economy of working processes in chamomile farm production greatly depends on the degree of mechanization of the technological operations - the use of combination of chamomile harvesting machines (harvester and tractor) provides the best economic effects in chamomile production, i.e. the highest yield per hectare. Another significant measure in production is oil quantity and quality which depends on the method of cultivation, climate, harvesting, drying and processing. There are many new technologies available today to achieve better oil quality and produce the best chamomile in the world.
So, don’t hesitate to improve your production – use Agrivi farm management software, and after hours of working in the field sit back and relax with a cup of chamomile tea.