Wild chamomile or commonly known as pineappleweed is more common than you think. it can be utilized by steeping it in boiling water, possibly with some blue spruce or pine for a flavorful healthy tea. The leaves can also be enjoyed in salads and soups or just a handy snack along the trail. Flowers are easily recognized by the pineapple like structure and are common during july - october.
Medicinal properties are quite common as it is a great herb for upset stomachs, fever and sores. Flowers can be dried & ground into flower and saved for many months.
Commonly found along roadsides and well traversed areas, it grows in large clusters (take caution whenever picking plants for consumption along roadsides or traversed areas because of contamination and common pest control sprays)