Chamomile Essential Oil

ChamomileGerman Chamomile oil has also been known to stimulate the production of red blood cells as well as relieve a variety of aches and pains. Chamomile has a long history of helping skin conditions such as dermatitis, abscesses, and boils. It also helps with acne, sores, cuts, skin rashes, eczema, and psoriasis. Chamomile balances sebum production and is very useful for both oily and dry hair and scalp conditions as well as sensitive types. It is often used in skin care for treating burns and cuts.

The High azulene content is what causes the German Chamomile to have that beautiful blue color. Chamomile is a member of the ragweed family so it might aggravate those with allergies.

Use Chamomile in a diffuser, or vaporize it in a bowl of hot water to help ease depression and symptoms of PMS. For aches and pains mix with carrier oil and apply directly on inflamed joints or on painful muscular area. 0

Chamomile blends well as well with; bergamot, geranium, jasmine, rose, eucalyptus, lemon, marjoram, and sandalwood.

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