Nivyannik (meadow chamomile)

Perennial plant with stem 30-60 cm tall, leafless above; basal leaves obovate, crenate. Flower baskets are large, with marginal longish white reed flowers and median yellow tubular flowers sitting on a hemispherical bare receptacle; the fruit is an achene without a tuft. Blooms from May to August.

It grows in meadows, on slopes, in bushes, in small clearings.

Contains the alkaloid anulin. In folk medicine, a decoction of herbs is drunk for gastric diseases, as a calming nervous system, as a laxative, for women’s diseases: from whites.


Infusion: 2 teaspoons of herbs with flower baskets to infuse for 4 hours in 1 cup of boiling water, take 1 tbsp. spoon 3-4 times every day.

They also drink the infusion for hernia, colds, coughs, fevers, relaxation of the bladder, and small and flat worms. Externally used infusion for skin rashes.

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