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Common Name: Chamomile (Roman)

Synonyms: Chamamelum nobile,Garden chamomile

Latin Binomial: Anthemis nobili

Family: Compositae or Asteraceae

Production Method: Steam distilled from the flowering tops.

Countries of Origin: Native to western Europe, now cultivated in England, Belgium, France and Hungary.

Description of Oil: A pale yellow colored, mobile liquid with a sweet herbaceous, somewhat fruity-warm and tealeaf-like odor.

Description of Plant: A pleasant smelling perennial with feathery fern-like leaves and small daisy-like flowers.

History, Folklore and Myth: Chamomile has long been known for its therapeutic properties.

Properties and Uses: Sedative and anti-inflammatory properties.

Precautions and Contraindications: None known

Other Interesting  Information: Roman chamomile is considered one of the gentlest essential oils and is particularly beneficial for treating children.

Chamaemelum nobile (Anthemis nobilis)
Naturally Farmed
Steam Distilled

Chamomile (Roman) Essential Oil Profile

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