Name Chamomile Roman Essential Oil, USA
Category Essential Oils
Species Anthemis nobilis L., fam. Asteraceae (Compositae)
Method Steam Distilled
Chamomile Roman essential oil action are calming for preanesthesia and tension, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, anti-parasitic, and skin regeneration. Chamomile Roman essential oil traditional uses are extensively in Europe for the skin. For centuries, mothers have used chamomile essential oil to calm crying children, ease ear aches, reduce fevers, soothe stomachaches and indigestion, and relieve toothaches and teething pain.
Indications for Chamomile essential oil may help calm and relieve restlessness and tension. Chamomile oil anti-infectious properties benefit cuts, scrapes, and bruises. Other uses for Chamomile Roman essential oil neutralizes and increases the ability of the skin to regenerate. Chamomile oil is a cleanser of the blood and also helps the liver discharge poisons. Chamomile essential oil may help with allergies, bruises, cuts, depression, insomnia, muscle tention, nerves (calming and promoting nerve health, restless legs, and skin conditions such as acne, dermatitis, eczema, rashes, and sensitive skin. Chamomile essential oil can effectively minimize irritability and nervousness in hyperactive childern.
Fragrant influence for Roman Chamomile essential oil is calming and relaxing, it can combat depression, insomnia, and stress. Chamomile oil minimizes anxiety, irritability, and nervousness. Chamomile oil may also dispel anger, stabilize the emotions, and help release emotions that are linked to the past.
Chamomile Roman essential oil, harvested in USA is a pale blue, mobile liquid with a sweet herbaceous somewhat fruity-warm tea leaf like odor. Roman Chamomile essential oil blends well with Bergamot, Jasmine bases, Labdanum products, Neroli oil, Sage Clary oil, and Oakmoss products. The pale blue color of the Roman Chamomile essential oil is due to the presence of a hydrocarbon, Chamazulene. Chamomile essential oils are different from other oils analytically because of a high content of butyl-, amyl-, and hexyl esters of tiglic and angelic acids. The ester content is over 80 percent. These esters are responsible for the unique odor of Chamomile essential oils.
Safety Data: If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician. Test for skin sensitivity.