|Uses||Historically this essential oil has been known to assist in:
Sedative: Is found to be effective in calming down emotional annoyance, anger and irritation, particularly in small children.
Antispasmodic: They calm almost all nervous disturbances or hyper-reactions which result in convulsions, spasms, nervousness, and loss of control over limbs.
Regenerative: it fights of various bacterial infections of the oral cavity, teeth and gums and can reduce the pain of toothaches.
Anti-Inflammatory: is sometimes called an “herbal aspirin” helps in clearing up skin irritations such as eczema, acne and allergies.
Stimulates the Liver: It promotes the proper flow of bile.
|Cultivation/Extraction Method||Steam Distillation|
|Historic Benefits||Chamomile is one of the oldest known medicinal herbs. The Egyptians dedicated chamomile to their sun god Ra. Its flower reminded them of the sun. It has been used as a cure for agu (malaria). Chamomile was used in the mummification process possibly for repelling insects. The Romans bathed in it, walked on it and used it medicinally. The Vikings added chamomile to their shampoos to lighten blonde hair. Gamblers would wash their hands before playing so as to attract money. It has also been an old remedy for calming nervousness and as a nightmare remedy and has been revered as an “herbal aspirin”|
|Blends With||Bergamot, Clary Sage, Elevate, Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Ylang Ylang|
|Precautions||do not use if allergic to the ragweed family.|
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