CANTV / Is one of the plants most used in the world to which is attributed medicinal properties 01/04/2017.
The chamomile also known as chamomile, is an aromatic herb that has been used for centuries for medicinal purposes. It is native to Europe and from there introduced into America, where it is widely cultivated and comercalizada. Its flowers are used in infusions and are highly appreciated in the world of natural cosmetics due to its great properties on the skin. Your culture – you Can start it from seed (you can find them in the nurseries). Grouping 3 or 4 seeds on the soil of a pot separating them from the other at a distance of 10 centimeters. In the course of 15 days they will have germinated, choose the outbreak more vigorous and remove the others weaker. – The pot should be at least 40 centimeters in diameter and 15 deep with a good drainage. – Use a loose soil. It is advisable to give sufficient removed and crawled leave the ground well crumbled and evenly. – Place the pot in open spaces of your home or indoors. Choose a spot where it will receive plenty of sunlight but it is not convenient that the sun beat directly on the ground because they simply will wither with greater ease. – As in any pot plant, it is very important to irrigation. And is that the do not be directly in contact with the nutrients and moisture of a soil not natural to you, you can never forget to watering if you want your chamomile to grow strong and healthy. Apply irrigation daily to maintain a good level of moisture in the ground. – The plant chamomile grows from 20 to 30 centimeters in height, ideal to have it in any space of your home. By collecting the flowers you should keep in mind that they are fully open, taking care not to cut leaves and stems. Put dried flowers on a blotting paper in a cool and shady where there are currents of air. Finished the harvest of the flowers performs a pruning rejuvenating to the kills. Cut the tips of the stems that bore the flowers to grow back strong and healthy for a new harvest. By Cantv.net Sources: facilisimo.com / solojardin.com / innatia.com
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