Native to Asia and Europe, German Chamomile Essential Oil is one of the most significant medicinal herbs of antiquity. It’s therapeutic application have been documented medicinal writings and herbal logs for the past 2500 years.
Its leaves are light and feathery and don’t have detectable aromatic components. The dried flowers are what is used for chamomile tea because of its very sweet flavor. The flowers bloom in the early summer and can be highly aromatic.
The therapeutic actions of German Chamomile Essential Oil all center arounds it’s powerful action as an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, soothing for wounds and its ability to calm nervousness anxiety. It’s chemical constituents include Oxides, Alcohols and Sesquiterpenes.
Diffussion: Use two to three drops with Shaman Diffuser.
Topical use: Blend with Shaman Carrier Oil to minimize any skin sensitivity.
DIY: Use it in your DIY projects for household products.
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Soothing - Vulnerary
Strong – Green – Honey like – Over Ripe Fruit Sweet – Hay like - Fresh Cut Grass
German Chamomile Essential Oil has a wide array of therapeutic applications. It’s broad physiological support includes soothe skin itchiness, irritation, and inflammation. It’s antimicrobial and antifungal and can be a excellent in supporting bacterial, viral, and fungal infections on the skin. A strong digestive, it soothes belly upsets and has been shown to ease muscle tension triggered by stress. Sedative to the nervous system, German Chamomile Essential Oil an excellent choice to anxiety and nervous feelings. Safe for both the young and aging.
Research has shown that due to its unique molecular composition the oil has demonstrated these activities in the laboratory: Analgesic, anti-allergenic, antibacterial, antifungal, anti-inflammatory, antipruritic antirheumatic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, carminative, digestive, muscle relaxant, nervine, sedative, stomachic, sudorific, and vulnerary.
• Psyche and Emotions
Soothes feelings of uncertainty and worry, calms the mind and helps to dispel anger and communicate our feelings more clearly. Very emotionally supportive oil, when feeling frustrated, confused and alienated, helps bring us back to connecting.
- Safe for children, elderly and those with compromised immune systems.
- Perform a patch test before use.
- Avoid if allergic to ragweed as it may cause rashes, congestion, and slight allergic reactions.
- Avoid using while pregnant or nursing.
- Not recommended for use with infants.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not ingest.
- The oil oxidizes quickly so store properly, if the color changes from blue to brown, do not use.
- If stored in a cool and dry place, shelf life is approximately 4-5 years.
- Keep container tightly closed in a cool well ventilated place.
- Keep away from oxidizing agents, heat, direct light, and open flame.
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Research and Sources
Aggag M E and Yousef R T. Study of antimicrobial activity of Chamomile Oil.Planta Med,1972;
Kamatou G P P and Viljoen A M. (2010). A Review of the application and pharmacological
properties of a-bisabolol and a-bisabolol-rich oils. J Am Oil ChemSoc 87: 1-7.