Roman Chamomile, aka Anthemis Nobilis, is one of the most ancient medicinal herbs known to mankind for its soothing and sedating qualities. Many different preparations of chamomile have been developed over the years, and the most popular is in the form of herbal tea, with more than 1 million cups consumed per day.
What many people don’t know that Roman chamomile essential oil is even more effective than tea and just as easy to use. It is known to fight anxiety and depression, reduce symptoms of insomnia, naturally relieve allergies (antimicrobial, antioxidant, relieve congestion and skin irritation), relieve arthritic pain.
Its calming effect for both mind and body make it a great choice to help ease feelings of grief, anger, discontent, restlessness or over-sensitivity.
Second to lavender, you will find Roman (and English) Chamomile in many aromatherapy kits because of the many beneficial qualities, including its safe use with children, the elderly, and animals. Its therapeutic profile, characterized by both gentleness and effectiveness, make it useful when treating conditions of excess heat, upset / reddened skin, and on the whole for general skin health.
Chamomile essential oils really shine when added to massage oils, lotions, creams, gels, salves, and compresses, where they help alleviate tired and sore bodies and muscles, those that occur from overworking or stress. Chamomile reliably provides cooling, soothing, and gentle aid.
Chamomile was known to the Romans and used for incense and in beverages, although the term "Roman chamomile" was not coined at this time. Instead, it was seen growing in the Colosseum in Rome by a 19th century plant collector. It is often call "the plant doctor" by botanists because of its ability to assist in the health and growth of other essential oil producing plants, especially those from the mint family.
Due to its sedating properties, avoid use while driving or drinking.
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