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|Cat Given Name :||Chamomile|
|Other Name(s) :|
Chamomile is a low-growing plant, creeping or trailing, its tufts of leaves and flowers a foot high. The root is jointed and fibrous; the stems, hairy and branching, are covered with divided leaves, giving the whole plant a feathery appearance. The blooms are borne on long, erect stalks, drooping when in bud, and have an outer fringe of white ray-florets and yellow centers.
The fruit is small and dry, and as it forms, the hill of the receptacle gets more and more conical.
The whole plant is downy and greyish-green in color.
Leaves and flowers may be consumed to sooth pain, calm a cat and add to their physical strength.
|Complaints :||Burn, Blackcough, Chronic Cough, Concussion, Abrasion,|
|Symptoms :||Pain, Abrasions, Anxiety, Nausea, Weakness,|
|Collecting & Storing Flowers|
|When to Collect||:||Mid to late Greenleaf|
|How to Collect||:||Select flowers of good color and full vitality. Bite the flowers off, leaving as little stem as possible.|
|How to Preserve||:||Lay the flowers in full sun to dry.|
|How to Store||:||Store in loose piles in a dry, cool place.|
|Collecting & Storing Leaves|
|When to Collect||:||Greenleaf thru early Leaf-bare|
|How to Collect||:||Pluck leaves of healthy green color from the plant.|
|How to Preserve||:||Lay the leaves in the sun so that they may dry quickly.|
|How to Store||:||Store in loose pikes in a dry, cool place.|
|Detailed Usage Information|
|Flowers||:||May be consumed to remove weariness.|
|Flowers||:||May be consumed to aid in the relief of nausea.|
|Flowers||:||Chamomile flowers will reduce pain when chewed and applied to a sore spot.|
|Flowers||:||May be consumed to sooth a cat.|
|Leaves||:||May be consumed to remove weariness.|
|Leaves||:||Chamomile leaves will reduce pain when chewed and applied to a sore spot.|
|Leaves||:||May be consumed to sooth a cat.|