|ESS012||Chamomile 5% dil essential oil Anthemis nobilis|
Don't use during the first three months of pregnancy. A small percentage of people experience skin irritation; sensitive individuals should do a skin patch test first.
Properties: the sweeter scent of Roman chamomile is often preferred over the slightly bitter, seaweedy odour of German chamomile. Their actions are similar but not identical. German chamomile has a more anti-inflammatory action.
Diluted and applied to skin:
Healing infected wounds, cuts, burns, rashes, insect bites, boils and abscesses.
Massage: Into the abdomen to relieve menstrual cramps, digestive problems and cystitis, into the temples and wrists to ease headaches and migraine, into the muscles and joints for aches and pain, into the skin to relieve dryness and fluid retention and into the gums for toothache.
Compress: Easing eye strain, conjunctivitis and skin irritation.
Added to bathwater: Easing restlessness and insomnia.
|CRE009||Chamomile flower cream Anthemis nobilis|
|MHS031||Chamomile Roman Anthemis nobilis|
|ESS145||Chamomile Roman essential oil Anthemis nobilis|
|ESS013||Chamomile Roman essential oil Anthemis nobilis|
|ESS082||Chamomile Morocco essential oil Ormensis multicaulis|
|TIN039||Chamomile Roman tincture Anthemis nobilis|
|1:5 45%||Western Tinctures|