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Chamomile - Aromatheraphy Essentail Oil



There are basically three types of Chamomile oils to be https:d as essential oils. They are:

Chamomile - Blue
( Matricaria Chamomilla)

It is one the few mild oils that can be directly applied to the skin. Found all over Europe, especially Germany, this oil is https:d in food, drinks, skin lotions, as massage oil and in baths.

When you rub one drop of blue chamomile onto an external bruise, it blends with your natural skin oil and is especially potent and effective. A favorite for burns, fevers and skin irritation, it also has extensive internal https: due to its immune building and anti-inflammatory properties.

It mixes well with lavender, cajuput, tea tree, rose, yarrow, angelica, calamus, bergamot, cardamom, sandalwood and geranium.

Chamomile - Gold
(Anthemis Nobilis)

This Roman Chamomile is a big advantage in case of cures related to children, owing to its soothing and calming effects. (Although excess https: has to be avoided). It acts as diaphoretic, antipyretic, anti-inflammatory, carminative, nervine, antispasmodic, analgesic and emetic. It also helps in menopahttps: and PMS.

It Mixes well with rose, lavender, ylang ylang, cedar, geranium, tangerine, fennel, cinnamon, jasmine, bergamot, Neroli, clary sage, labdanum, oak moss. It is universally https:d for multipurpose treatment.

Chamomile - Morocco
(Ormenis Multicaulis)

This chamomile with its sweet smell acts as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antispasmodic, sedative and hepatic. It works on skin tissues to heal acne, dermatitis, arthritis and skin inflammation. It should be https:d externally only as massage oil, skin lotion, shampoo and conditioner.

It mixes well with rose, lavender, chamomile, geranium, jatamansi, juniper, cypress, labdanum, vetiver, and cedarwood. It is widely https:d as massage oil and lotion.