Chamomile, Roman Essential Oil Organic
Latin Name: Anthemis nobilis
Part of plant: Flowers
Chemical Componants: Isobutyl angelate, isoamyl metacrylate, isoamyl angelate, methyl allyl angelate, isobutyl isobutyrate, trans-pinocarveol
Aroma Character: Sweet, herbaceous with fruity, tea-like undertones
Blends Well with: Bergamot, Frankincense, Verbena
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.
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.
Roman Chamomile 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.
Roman Chamomile has hints of sweet, fruity apple among bitter, herbaceous undertones and warm, flowery, grassy top notes.
The classic anti-inflammatory for all skin conditions. Properly distilled will have a high bisabalol content which delivers it properties. Useful in baby products and urinary infections.