Botanical name: Anthemis nobilis Origin: England
Description: The oil is extracted from the hairy stems of a low growing flower
(like a daisy)
Aromatic scent: Fruity and sweet scent with a hint of apple
Perfume note: Middle to Top, Provides multiple aroma notes during use, mainly a sweet apple scent. Top note of herbaceous and then as warmed it provides a middle sweeter aroma
Consistency: A watery viscosity
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled.
What is it good for: This oil contains calming properties, can contribute to easing irritability and reduce stress levels and ease tension. It can relieve PMS, Women use it for morning sickness and painful menstrual periods. It can help with allergies such as itchy skin and dermatitis.
Also various digestive disorders including indigestion, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, and intestinal gas due to mental stress. It is a great alternative to Lavender.
Suggested Usage: It is best to dilute essential oil in carrier oil such as Grapeseed if you intend to prepare massage oil. Don't use essential oils neat onto your skin. Start with 1% essential oil to 99% carrier and increase essential oil until you have desired aroma strength.
Possible side effects: When used in large dosages, chamomile may cause nausea or vomiting. Some people experience redness and itchiness when chamomile is applied directly to the skin.