Character Soothing yet strong
Chamomile oil is distilled from the white flower heads of the Chamomile herb. There are many types of Chamomile, including Roman, German, and Wild or Moroccan Chamomile. Some are anti-inflammatory, containing azulenes or bisabolene. Wild or Moroccan Chamomile has long been used in the medicine on North Africa.
Aroma Fresh, herbaceous, tea-like, ardent.
Properties Antispasmodic, calming, cicatrisant, comforting, febrifuge, sedative of nervous system, warming.
Physical conditions Digestion:colic, colitis, diarrhoea, gastritis, ulcers
Eliminatory system Bedwetting, cystitis, irritable bowel
Hormonal system Decongestant, good for hot flushes
Musculosketal system Used for low back pain, rheumatism, sprains
Nervous system Helpful for depression, headaches, insomnia, when feeling fragile.
Mental/emotional conditions For the highly strung and perhaps overenthusiastic; impulsiveness in helping others; living on nerves and straining energies to their limits.
Other uses None at present.
Applications Bath, Face oil/lotion. Facial steaming. Footbath. Inhalation. Massage. Room fragrance.
Blends well with Geranium, Lavender, Ylang Ylang.