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Not only do chamomile's white, daisy-like flowers make it a cheerful addition to an indoor setting, but the plant is also a popular herb that's used to make a soothing tea. Allergy sufferers, however, may want to stick with another sedative brew instead, because chamomile, which is related to the common allergen ragweed, can trigger reactions in allergy sufferers.
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