Chamomile, Roman Essential Oil
Latin Name: Anthemis nobilis L.
Part of plant: Flowers
Grade: Pure & Natural
Aroma Character: Sweet, herbaceous with fruity, tea-like undertones
Blends Well with: Bergamot, Frankincense, Verbena
Chamomile Roman Properties: Important anti-inflammatory; anti-spasmodic, sedative, strong disinfectant; against anemia, stimulates leucocyte development; against rheumatism; supports menstruation; vermifuge.
Chamomile Roman Indications: Spasmophilia, neurasthenia, intermittent fever, influenza, angina, facial neuralgia; kidney inflammation, testicle inflammation; too strong or painful menstruation, nervous amenorrhea, menopause; intestinal parasites, constipation; pus-infected fingers.
Chamomile Roman Main Components: isobutyl-angelate, isobutyryl, angelica-ester, pinocarvone.
Chamomile Roman Contraindications, side effects: none known for normal dosage.
Chamomile Roman is a small perennial herb, up to 25cm high, with a hairy stem. It has feathery pinnate leaves and daisy white flowers which are larger than those of German Chamomile.