Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)

Helps Promote
Calmness, relaxation

Helps Relieve
Anger, anxiety, depression, fear, irritability, loneliness, PMS and stress

Chamaemelum nobile
Ingredients: Pure chamomile oil (Roman)
Aroma: Intense sweet, delightful
Benefits: Relaxing, calming, revitalizing
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled from plant's flowers and stalks
Physical Characteristics:
Specific Gravity: 0.89-0.910 (0.900-0.920)
Refractive Index: 1.440-1.450

Chamomile is a flowering plant with a mild, apple-like aroma whose flowers are often mistaken for daisies. In fact, its name is loosely interpreted from Greek as “earth apple”, “ground apple” or “apple on the ground”. In Spanish it’s referred to as manzanilla, or “little apple”. With a long history of use for a variety of ailments, chamomile is one of the most popular herbal remedies in the world, and is mentioned in many ancient medical texts. In ancient Egypt it was used as a medicinal herb and an offering to the sun god Ra due to the flowers’ resemblance to the sun. Ancient Greeks and Romans used it as a fragrance for baths, as an herbal remedy, and as a flavoring for drinks. English Saxons considered chamomile one of their nine sacred herbs, and used it to lighten their hair. Today there are two types of chamomile used in commerce, Roman chamomile (Chamamelum nobile) and German chamomile (Matricaria recutita), with the German variety being more prevalent. For aromatherapy purposes chamomile essential oil has a delightfully sweet aroma that’s relaxing, calming, soothing and revitalizing.
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