Here is an illustration from this summer of German Chamomile:
I love to have chamomile tea before I go to bed, but there are lots of other uses for chamomile besides making you warm and cozy. The SESE catalog tells me chamomile has long been used as a carminative, [an herb or preparation that either prevents formation of gas in the
gastrointestinal tract or facilitates the expulsion of said gas] and as an
anti-inflammatory, anti-ulcer remedy to protect gastric mucous
membranes. It is also anti-spasmodic and anti-microbial. Used as a
nasal wash to treat sinusitis.
And its also a really cute flower to grow in you garden or decorate a cake with. :)