Latin Name: matricaria recutita General Description Chamomile has ben used for thousands of years and has rightfully earned a medical reputation in Europe and the Mediterranean. Still used heavily today all over the world, chamomile is known as the "plant physician" for its beneficial effects on the health of other plants. Chamomile is used for applications usually involving insomnia or needing a highly restful sleep. Added to a hot bath this oil helps put its bather into a state of deep relaxation and tranquility. Chamomile mixes especially well with the essential oils of bergamot, sage, jasmine, neroli, rose, geranium, and lavender. Used as a massage oil chamomile is known to have a deep stress relieving quality and relaxing effect. How It's Made Chamomile is made by steam distillation of the flower heads. Properties Muscles Helps with Arthritis Helps with Rheumatism Muscular Aches Sprain Pain Relief Inflamed Joints
Helps Digestion Helps with Dyspepsia Reduces Nausea Useful for Colic
Nervous System<> Relieves Migraines Helps with Stress-Related Disorders Helps with Insomnia Helps with Nervous Strain General Headaches
Reduces Acne Relieves Insect Bites Helps with Rashes Helps with Allergies Helps with Burns Helps with Cuts Useful for Sensitive
Helps with Wounds
This oil is non-toxic and will not irritate or sensitize the
. Blue Hungarian Chamomile should not be used directly on the
. The oil should first be mixed with a diluting or carrier oil.