Chamomile, True or German Essential Oil
Latin Name: Matricaria Chamomilla L.
Part of plant: Flowers
Aroma Character: Intensely sweet, herbaceous with fruity undertones
Blends Well with: Patchouli, Frankincense, Petigrain
Chamomile, True or German Properties: Lowers fever, anti-spasmodic, analgesic, strengthens stomach, stimulates appetite: against anemia; tonic, antiseptic, promotes wound-healing and scaring.
Chamomile, True or German Indications: Fever,malaria,headache,dizziness, neuralgia, muscle cramping, nervousness; digestive complaints, digestive disturbances in children, stomach ulcers, anemia, depression, amenorrhea, too strong or painful menstruation (nervous causes), leucorrhea; bladder inflammation, skin ailments, wounds, ulcers, eczema, burns.
Chamomile, True or German Main Components: Chamazulene, farnesene, bisabol-oxide, alpha bisabolol, camphor.
Chamomile, True or German Contraindications, side effects: None known for normal dosages.
Chamomile, True or German: is an annual herb with delicate feathery leaves and simple, daisy-like white and yellow flowers on single stems. The viscous, inky-blue essential oil is steam-distilled from the flower heads.
Chamomile, True or German: has an intense odour that some people find overwhelming until it is diluted. The fragrance has a strong, sweet green herbal top notes with an almost fruity but slightly bitter undertone.