Chamomile Essential Oil
When you think of Chamomile, you probably think of a steaming hot cup of relaxing herbal tea. Now you can have the same calming benefits and much more by using our 100% Pure Roman Chamomile Essential Oil.
Roman Chamomile Oil is best known throughout the ages for its sedative and soothing qualities. Endowed with an overall calming effect for the stressed mind and tense body. These properties render it useful in gently overcoming feelings of anxiousness and restlessness or trouble sleeping.
Roman Chamomile Oil blends beautifully with other essential oils such as lavender oil, tea tree, organic peppermint, and rose. Add a few drops to your existing products to instantly infuse them with the treasure-chest of benefits extracted from the daisy-like blooms of this low growing perennial.
The Chamomile Oil helps to ease away stress with calming aroma, easing you into sweet dreams for better days tomorrow. Experience rested days and be free from worries with essential oils chamomile.
The Chamomile Essential Oil is used in massage oils, salves, and compresses, where they help alleviate tired and sore bodies and muscles. In all its incarnations, chamomile reliably provides cooling, soothing, and gentle aid.
100% Pure Roman Chamomile Essential Oil has a wonderful sweet aroma and is great for:
- Face, Hair, Skin Appearance.
- Massage Oil.
- Body Moisturizer.
- To scent and soothe your baby/babies’ bath.
Latin name Chamomile Roman: Anthemis nobilis
Country of origin: USA
Part of the plant: Flowering tops
Obtained by: Steam distilled
Main biochemical components of Chamomile Roman essential oil*: Isoamyl angelate, isobutyl angelate, 2-methylbutyl, 2-methylbutyrate
Properties: Sedative, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antibacterial, antispasmodic, nervine, digestive, antidepressant.
- Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) may provide antidepressant activity in anxious, depressed humans: an exploratory study
- Effects of Aromatherapy on the Anxiety, Vital Signs, and Sleep Quality of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Patients in Intensive Care Units