May Daisy, whose Latin name is 'Matricaria Recutita', is from the daisy family. Its homeland is Eastern Europe and Asia Minor. Today, it has spread to many parts of the world. It grows in natural conditions in Marmara, Aegean, Thrace, and Southwest Anatolia in our country. It is an annual herbaceous plant that blooms between May and August with white flowers representing elegance.
The leaves have a slightly bitter and spicy flavor. Chamomile leaves are used in world cuisine to enhance both the appearance and flavor of salads. Daisies, which honeybees love very much, are the brightest and most striking face of the spring season.
In Roman mythology, the meadow nymph Belides and the god of fruit trees Vertumnus were in love. Belides, overwhelmed by Vertumnus' love, turned himself into a daisy. In Greek mythology, the May Daisy symbolizes sophistication and grace. It is believed to have been created from the tears of Asterea, the goddess of the starry sky.
From the May chamomile plant; May chamomile tea, may chamomile oil, may chamomile tincture, may chamomile soap, may chamomile cologne, may chamomile extract, may chamomile extract and dye are obtained.
May chamomile, dried under suitable conditions, has a lifespan of 1 year when stored in a sealed glass jar in a dim, cool, and dry environment.
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