Description: There are several types of Chamomile essential oil, however, Chamomile (Roman) essential oil is the most preferred. Many different preparations of Chamomile have been developed over the years, with herbal teas being the most popular. Two methods to acquire all of Chamomile (essential) oil’s benefits are diffusion or topical skin application. Chamomile (Roman) is known to be an analgesic, antispasmodic, antiseptic, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic. It is effective in aiding skin care for most skin types and can also be used to lighten hair color! This particular Chamomile originates from North America (U.S.) and differs slightly from its European counterpart (U.K.), in that it has a less aggressive odor. Chamomile is also used in scalp treatment to reduce dandruff and the breaking of hair.

Botanical Name: Athemis Nobilis

Plant Part: Flowers-Flowering Tops

Extraction Method: Steam distillation

Odor and Appearance: Fresh, sweet, fruity aroma and ranges in color from blue/dark green, when new; but pales to a dark yellow after extended storage over time.

Country of Origin: USA

Common Uses: Chamomile essential oil is commonly used to promote relaxation, improve sleep quality, soothe skin irritations, alleviate stress and anxiety, support digestion, provide pain relief, aid children’s well-being, and offer menstrual and allergy symptom relief. Its gentle nature and sweet, herbaceous aroma make it a versatile choice for aromatherapy, skincare, and emotional wellness.

Note: Middle to top note.

Blends well with: Geranium, Rose, Lavender, Marjoram, Nutmeg, Jasmine, Cedar, Clary sage, Lemon, Mandarin, Orange, Basil, Ginger, Cinnamon and Neroli.

Contraindications: Roman chamomile essential oil is normally used topically on the skin or internally under the base of the tongue, but not ingested. In case of ingestion, experts recommend using only the highest quality of the oil and doing it at least once a week, under the supervision of a professional. Anyone with existing seasonal allergy symptoms should exercise caution when using chamomile oil. For skin treatment, it’s a good idea to do a patch test on a small, insensitive part of the skin to make sure you don’t have any unpleasant reactions to chamomile. Lastly, chamomile products are considered to be mild emmenagogues, which means they stimulate blood flow in the pelvic area. Pregnant women should, therefore, seek professional advice before using Roman chamomile oil.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.*

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