The essential oil produced from the flowers of Roman Chamomile was used by Greeks for treating a range of conditions, including inflammation and infections. It was considered a gift for females because of its potent pain-relieving abilities during menstruation. Egyptians dedicated the flower to the moon because of its cooling properties. We all know that Chamomile is best known for its calming and soothing ability, but it also offers other properties like nourishing the skin.
Our Roman Chamomile essential oil is extracted from the flowers of Chamaemelum Nobile plant sourced from UK (England). The oil is derived from fresh chamomile flowers through the steam distillation process and has a sweet, apple-like fragrance with a watery viscosity.
|Country of Origin:||UK|
|Botanical Name:||Chamaemelum Nobile|
|Extraction Method:||Steam Distillation|
|Parts of Plant used:||Flower|
|Colour:||Almost colourless to Pale Yellow|
|Odour:||Sweet, floral & Herbaceous|
|Main Components:||Flavonoids, Terpenoids & Isoamyl tiglate|
|Bottled in the UK|
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Benefits and Uses
Skincare: Roman Chamomile essential oil is a natural toner well-suited for oily and combination skin types. It clears the skin of sebum buildup that clogs pores and causes breakouts. Its astringent and anti-inflammatory ability soothes inflamed and irritable skin conditions, such as boils, rashes, swelling, and pimples. Regular use of this oil evens the skin tone and is very helpful for relieving dark circles and puffiness around the eyes.
Haircare: Roman Chamomile oil nourishes the scalp with its rich vitamin and nutrients content. It heals damaged hair over time and protects the hair strands against further environmental damage. When used with shampoos, this oil is not only effective at deep cleansing but also replenishes some of the lost moisture.
Aromatherapy: The sweet floral scent of Roman Chamomile is profoundly relaxing for the central nervous system. Inhaling this essential oil during bedtime promotes restful sleep and supports a healthy immune function. Its aromatic compounds provide a sense of composure and help manage restlessness, hyperactivity, and negative emotions.
Medicinal uses: The cooling property of Roman Chamomile essential oil promotes faster recovery from fever and infections. Inhaling the volatile compounds of this therapeutic oil is known to relieve allergies, respiratory congestions, and headaches.
PMS symptoms: Roman Chamomile is a known antispasmodic. Massaging the oil in the lower abdomen reduces uterine contractions and relaxes the muscles, thus helping in painful menstruation and irregular flow. It also alleviates other PMS symptoms, such as mood swings, irritability, bloating, lack of motivation, etc.
Arthritis pain: The strong anti-inflammatory property of Roman Chamomile oil reduces inflammation of joints and relieves arthritic pain. Massaging the oil or adding it to a warm bath is also known to help in joint pain.
Inhalation: Add 5-6 drops to home diffusers or inhale directly from the bottle.
Skin and hair application: Add 2-3 drops to creams, lotions, shampoos, and DIY beauty products. It can also be blended with Lavender oil for enhanced effects.
Bath: Add 2-3 drops to the bathwater.
Massage: Add 5-6 drops to 10-15 ml of any light carrier oil.
Acne and scars: Put 2-3 drops on a cotton swab and apply directly to the affected area.
Headaches: Rub 2-3 drops on the temples. Alternatively, add 4-5 drops to 10 ml of sesame oil and give yourself a head massage with this oil.
- For external use only.
- Roman Chamomile oil is a very gentle oil and is generally regarded as safe for external use, even for children.
- Avoid using during pregnancy, as it stimulates blood flow and may affect the foetus negatively.
- Always Dilute before use.
The information provided is general and should not be taken as medical advice. Neither Ecodrop essential oils nor associated business entities guarantee the accuracy of the information. Please consult your doctor, especially if being used during pregnancy, before using this product. You are also encouraged to test the product to ensure that it meets your needs, before using for mass production.