Chamomile Roman Dilute Essential Oil; 5%, 10ml, Anthemis Nobilis

£4.75 Incl. VAT

Chamomile Roman Dilute Essential Oil; 5%,  Anthemis Nobilis

in a 10ml amber dropper bottle

 

 

In stock

Chamomile Roman Dilute Essential Oil; 5%, 10ml

Latin Name: Anthemis Nobilis

Part Of Plant Used: Flowers

Source: England

Extraction Method: Steam Distillation

5% Dilution in Grapeseed Oil

Roman chamomile yields an essential oil that is light blue when fresh. It can be extracted from the flower and the upper parts of the plant. It has excellent calming properties, and is said to ease irritation, impatience and help PMS and other menstrual and menopausal problems. Roman chamomile is an evergreen with a fresh apple smell, and is mainly grown in France, Belgium, and Eastern Europe.

This herb is excellent for skin problems like acne, eczema,rashes, wounds, dermatitis, dry/itchy skin and any allergies. It is said to be good for abdominal pain, gallbladder problems, and throat infections, and helps relieve allergies, hay fever, and asthma.

This oil is useful in diluted solutions to calm children suffering from colic, irritability, diarrhoea, and teething. In a vaporiser, it calms headaches, nervous complaints, and migraines. While this oil is gentle enough for use with children and babies, always consult an expert before administering it.

The medicinal use of chamomile dates back thousands of years to the ancient Egyptians, Romans, and Greeks. The Egyptians dedicated it to the sun god. A papyrus document dating to 2800 BC records the use of chamomile to treat skin disorders. Chamomile oil was used to embalm bodies. Hippocrates, the great Greek physician, is said to have used chamomile as a herbal remedy. In mythology, chamomile is one of the nine sacred herbs given by Wodan, the god of the underworld, to mortals to improve their lives.

Chamomile Roman Dilute Essential Oil can also be used as a room fragrance in oil burners and diffusers.

Other essential oils can be found here

essential oils

You may also like…