Perennial plant with fine, feathery leaves and tiny white flowers that look like small daisies. The ancient Egyptians held it sacred and dedicated it to the sun god Ra. They also massaged chamomile into their skin to alleviate aches and pains and cool fevers.
Therapeutic properties: Roman Chamomile has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antidepressant, anti-neuralgic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, bactericidal, digestive properties.
Ayurveda Medicine: Balances the Kapha Dosha, decreases the Pitta Dosha, in excess increases the Vata Dosha.
Perfume Key Qualities: Reviving, refreshing, calming, soothing, uplifting, sedative, regulating, balancing and anti-depressant.
Promotes feeling at peace with yourself and transforms negative feelings of anger, loneliness, abandonment and grief. Chamomile can provide assistance to earth-bound beings afraid of going into the light. It promotes calm acceptance of one’s own limitations and eases the tensions associated with excessive ego such as frustration and resentment. It promotes patience. It can be used when one is confused about one’s spiritual values and it will help one to speak to others about one’s spiritual perspective. It also helps one to become more patient with one’s mistakes and setbacks on one’s spiritual path. Chamomile can be used for its soothing quality of bringing harmony and peace to the spirit.
Color: White Blue
Extraction Method: Steam and hydro distillation
CAS Numbers: 8015-92-7
Odor Profile: Top Notes: sweet, fruity, herbaceous.
Aroma Description: Sweet with a citrus floral note.
Evaporation Rate: 55
Odor Intensity: 4
Dilution of oil is always recommended. May cause skin irritation in some individuals and a skin test is recommended prior to use. Store into dark glass containers to maintain freshness and attain maximum shelf life. Do not use during pregnancy.
These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drugs Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease(s).
The information has been extracted from books written by Beverely Hawkins, (West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy) Vancouver, Canada.
Hawkins, B. (1999). West Coast Institute of Aromatherapy.
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