Roman Chamomile has been revered as a healing plant medicine for thousands of years. The ancient Egyptians offered it to the Sun God as a precious healing plant, and the Roman Empire used it for incense, tea and medicinal purposes.
Available in 100% pure and undilutedor 10% dilution in certified organic jojoba oil
Note – Middle
Common name – Chamomile
Botanical name – Chamaemelum nobile
Botanical family – Asteraceae (compositae)
Plant part – Flowers and Leaves
Extraction – Steam Distillation
Origin – U.K
Cultivation – Conventional Farming
Today Roman Chamomile is grown and harvested in many countries, and must be harvested precisely at its peak for the highest and best yield of essential oil. It has been used in beer, in place of hops, and in perfumes and cosmetics for its apple fragrance and its soothing effect on skin. Roman chamomile is known as the “Plant’s Physician”, because it supposedly cures any sick plant that is placed next to it!
Here are just a few ways that you can use Roman Chamomile essential oil as a medicinal and calming oil for yourself and your family:
Emotional Struggles: When life hands you lemons, make…Roman Chamomile aromatherapy! If you’re struggling with self-worth or self-esteem issues, feeling discouraged or disappointed, even hopeless, there’s hope! Roman Chamomile will help you focus, see where there is meaning in your life, bring you to a serene state where you can listen to your inner guidance, and trust that all is well. Put this essential oil in a warm bath, or a steam mist vaporizer, and let it wash the worries away!
Nervousness: Stress and anxiety can create quite a few emotional and physical symptoms, including nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, heartburn, Restless Leg Syndrome and insomnia. Roman chamomile calms that irritated, enflamed feeling, even for children who are irritated, hyperactive or have nervous energy to burn.
Skin Conditions: Roman Chamomile neutralizes the effects of allergies, cleanses the blood system, and is an effective treatment for skin conditions like eczema, dermatitis, acne, boils, bruises, wounds, and cuts. Its anti-inflammatory properties are useful for bee and hornet stings, and for sensitive skin that chafes or reddens easily. Just add a drop or two to your moisturizer, night cream and/or body lotion to keep your skin looking radiant and youthful every day!
Tip: Add a few drops of Roman Chamomile essential oil to your baby’s bathwater or put a drop on the pillow to soothe during teething or restless times for restful sleep!
BLENDS WITH: Roman Chamomile enhances the effects of other essential oils, especially when blended with: Lavender, Rose, Grapefruit, Tea Tree and Neroli.