Chamomile, Roman Essential Oil

Chamomile, Roman Essential Oil

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Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (1/6 oz)

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Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (2 oz)

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Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (4 oz)

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Quick Overview

Roman chamomile essential oil is a wonderful and useful member of the chamomile family. There are several chamomiles on the market. German (Matricaria chamomilla) is dark blue as is Blue Tansy essential oil (Tanacetum annum), often referred to as a chamomile. Again care needs to be taken when looking at scientific names. There is also another wild chamomile or Moroccan Chamomile (Ormenis mixta). It is also not a chamomile and is not a replacement for chamomile. This oil is very identifiable as it has a light yellow color and is not blue at all.

Chamomile, Roman Essential Oil

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There is a wild variety of Roman Chamomile essential oil called Scotch Chamomile, differing from this cultivar as it has only one row of white petals. Roman chamomile is insoluble in glycerine, but soluble in mineral oil. There is a yellow headed and white headed flower of Roman chamomile. The white produces a richer ester oil.

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Product No. 01-cha01-group
GCC DS-GP
Common Name Roman Chamomile, English or Tea Chamomile, Scotch Chamomile, True or Sweet Chamomile
Scientific Name Chamaemelum nobile, Anthemis nobilis
Family Name Asteraceae (Composite, Daisy)
Indigenous Country Europe
Country Of Production USA, England (Hampshire especially), Belgium, Hungary, Italy, France
History Used in Europe and Mediterranean region for thousands of years. The Egyptians used it to reduce fevers and pain. Romans referred to it as "a noble, sweet tea used to calm and relax". Greeks used it for fevers and female problems.
history_cont In Old England, the Saxons called this plant "maythen". The Greeks called it "kamai melon" which means ground apple.
Plant Description A perennial herb growing to 1 foot tall with a multi-branched, hairy stem producing simple, daisy-like yellow flowering heads with white petals larger than German chamomile with an apple-like scent.
Parts Processed Flowers
Processing Methods Steam distilled
Color Range Light blue turning to green when chamazulene is present, when not it is clear to light yellow
Chemical Constituents Class: Ester. Angelic acid, tiglic acid (up to 85%),pinocarvone,deshydronobiline,farnesol, terpenes
Yin/Yang Yin
Physical Uses Analgesic, anti-allergenic, antianemic, antibacterial, anticonvulsive, antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antineuralgic, antiphlogistic, antispasmodic, carminative, cicatrizant, cholagogue, digestive, emmenagogue, febrifuge, fungicidal, hepatic, etc.
Physical_Uses_cont Used for acne, allergies, boils, burns, cuts, dermatitis, earache, eczema, hair care, skin inflammations, insect bites, rashes, sensitive skin, teething pain, toothache, wounds, etc.
Mental Uses All is right with me and the world. I handle the unexpected well.
Emotional Uses Shocked, allergic as in hives, impatient (nervous system overwhelmed by external stimuli) TO patient, at peace, calm.
Spiritual Uses Can indicate there are environmental stresses present.
Spiritual_Uses_Cont This Chamomile is different from the Blue, as the stress on the nervous system is coming externally.
Applications Aroma lamp, bath, compress, diffusor, douche, inhaler, liquid candle, massage, mist, sitz bath, sensitive skin, spray. Perfume
Warnings/Contraindications Nontoxic. Avoid in early pregnancy and if you are allergic to ragweed.

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