Chamomile is widely known for its calming properties. It has been used in various cultures for centuries to treat a vast variety of medical ailments. Many types of chamomile plants exist. It is said to be cultivated mostly in European countries like Germany and France. It has an abundant amount of flavonoids, known to be beneficial for many aspects of health. Chamomile is most notably recognized for its ability to ease itching and persistent discomfort associated with skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. It is is said to have anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and sedative qualities. The soothing fragrance of chamomile is also rumored to relieve morning sickness during pregnancy, as well as relieve feelings of restlessness. It is even said to assuage colic and teething problems in infants and young children.