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Camomile Roman oil 100% pure 100mls — £49.60

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Latin name: Anthemis nobilis  
Source country: Almost exclusively cultivated in Europe  
Appearance: Clear with a very light blue tinge  
Aroma: Sharp, apple like, sweet aroma.  
Derivation: Steam distillation of the bright white/yellow flowers of the plant. Low  
yielding making chamomile expensive.  
Chemicals: Chrysin is a specific flavenoid found in chamomile. This compound is  
anxiolytic which is thought to give chamomile its reputation as a sleep aid. The main  
chemical constituents are a-pinene, camphene, b-pinene, sabinene, myrcene, 1,8-cineole,  
as well as typical sesquiterpenoids such as azulene and farnesol. Also angelate esters.  
Uses: The most common use of chamomile is as the dried herb tea. This is used as a  
relaxant and sleep aid. It helps with feelings of impatience, and irritation. It therefore has  
great value in problems such as PMS and other menstrual problems. The oil itself is used  
for many skin problems ranging from eczema and psoriasis as well as muscle and joint  
pain. It not only heals the skin but also helps with regeneration of tissue. It would  
probably be used much more widely for the latter if it were not for the expense. Should not  
be used by pregnant women.  
Chamomile is the correct spelling but camomile is also used.  
Note: As with all pure essential oils, dilute appropriately with a suitable carrier oil  
before using on the skin. Do not take essential oils internally 
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