Cerified German Chamomile Essential Oil
Certified German Chamomile Essential Oil
Extraction Method: Steam Distillation
Aroma: Intensely Sweet and Herbaceous with Fruity undertones
Blends Well With: Rose, Cedar, Neroli, Geranium, Roman Chamomile, Cedarwood, Lavender, Lemon, Orange, Peppermint, Sandalwood
Uses: Shingles — Use topically as a poultice. Combine 10 drops of German chamomile oil, two drops of geranium oil, four drops of bergamot oil, six drops of balm, and five drops of lavender. Mix it in water to use as a compress or in 1 3/4 fluid ounces of almond oil.
Allergic reactions — Apply topically on the affected area with balm for instant relief.
Open leg sores, wounds, hemorrhoids, mastitis, eczemas, gingivitis and ingrown nails — Use topically as a poultice, salve or compress. To make a compress, take a damp cloth, add a few drops of German chamomile oil, and place it on top of the affected area with the essential oil facing away from the skin. This way, the oil’s healing properties will seep into the cloth without putting the skin at risk of any potential hypersensitivity.
Anogenital disorders — Add in baths and irrigation.
Inflammation and irritation of the respiratory tract — By inhalation.
Menstrual cramps — Take a five-minute sitz bath (a warm, shallow bath that cleanses your perineum, the space between your rectum and the vulva or scrotum) in a gallon of warm water with two drops of German chamomile and lavender oil.
Candida infection — Can help alleviate itching caused by yeast fungus in the vaginal area by having a warm sitz bath regularly until your condition improves. Add one drop of German chamomile oil and two drops of tea tree oil in a gallon of warm water.
3 drops German Chamomile
3 drops Clary Sage
3 drops Geranium
6 drops Lavender
1 tablespoon Cider Vinegar
2 ounces Witch Hazel
5 ounces Water
Mix formula together and shake well before every use. Use to cleanse skin before you apply moisturizer. Can also use to tone bikini area after you shave.
Oil Specific: Never use German chamomile oil during pregnancy as it may induce menstruation and/or premature labor due to its emmenagogue and uterotonic side effects. Although there are no existing cases of allergic reactions or hypersensitivity linked to the proper use of German chamomile oil, I still suggest avoiding this essential oil if you have a known allergy to any plant from the Asteraceae or Compositae family to prevent any untoward reactions. If you are not sure whether you’re allergic to it or not, a skin patch test is advised.
Caution: Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, please consult a health care practitioner prior to use. Possible skin sensitivity. Do not apply to sensitive tissues. Not intended for children six years of age or younger.
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Known for its calming properties and may be helpful to children who have problems with focus. It is also an excellent soother of congested skin and can be used in blends to assist with seasonal pollen threats.
Calm Sensitive Skin
1 drop German Chamomile
3 drops Rose
1 tablespoon Olive oil
Apply formula to your face every night to nourish the skin.
10 drops German Chamomile
10 drops Rosewood
10 drops Benzoin
2 tablespoons Hazelnut oil
Combine all ingredients in a dark colored glass bottle. Mix well. Massage a portion into your face and neck after cleansing. Use daily.