Description/History - More potent than Roman Chamomile, it is known for being a great anti-inflammatory and can be used to repair sores and ease eczema. There have been many studies on the benefits of chamomile, which has been used for healing since ancient times. German Chamomile is blue because the presence of the presence of chamazulene. This is what helps this oil to excel in it's ability to soothe, calm and slow muscle spasms. We best prefer it used in conjunction with oils like Lavender or even a Copaiba for a truly soothing experience.
Key Benefits - Aids digestion, heals wounds, anti-inflammatory, promotes sleep, soothing for the physical mind and emotions. Great for vascular and skin health.
Apply with aloe to burns to help soothe the skin, help avoid blistering and to cleanse the area.
Apply with Copaiba, Lavender or Birch with a carrier oil to soothe muscle soreness and/or inflamed nerves.
Diffuse or apply to feet, chest and spine when experiencing a seasonal cold.
Country of Origin - Hungary
Latin Name - matricaria chamomilla
Complementary Oils - rose, lavender, neroli, geranium, frankincense, patchouli, tea tree
Main Constituents - alpha-Bisabolol oxide A, (E)-beta-farnesene, alpha-Bisabolol oxide B
Cautions - Do not use during pregnancy