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German Chamomile Essential Oil/10 ml

German Chamomile Essential Oil/10 ml

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Product Description : German chamomile looks much like its cousin, Roman Chamomile. Both plants have white flowers with golden middles that look like daisies, although those of the Roman variety grow larger than their German counterparts.  Other differences between the two are that the stems on German chamomile are not hairy, where those on Roman chamomile are. Their flowers, while similar, grow a bit differently as well. The Roman variety is perennial, while German is annual.  German chamomile is a medicinal plant used since antiquity. It is frequently confused with two other medicinal plants: feverfew Tanacetum parthenium and Roman chamomile Chamaemelum nobile. Also known as chamomile fever, it is distinguished by the fact that it consists of a single erect stem. When consumed as a herbal tea, it is particularly sweet, while the other two chamomiles are bitter.  The German Chamomile Essential oil is produced through steam distillation of the flowering tops. They are dried before the distillation process begins. During the steam distillation process, the botanical material is placed in a still and is subjected to extremely high temperatures in order to extract the essential oil. Appearance: opaque liquid of viscous texture ,gentle on children skin.  Color: Deep dark blue because of the high azulene content.  Odor: Deep, sweet, herbaceous, floral.Some describe it as a straw-like scent. Storage conditions: Store the oil at 5 °C, in full, closed glass or aluminum containers. Botanic Family: Asteraceae Organ: Flowers/Buds Processing Method: Steam Distillation Type: 100 % natural . Origin: Hungary, Egypt, Eastern Europe and France. Chemical composition:  Sesquiterpenic Oxides (Alpha-Bisabolol A and B oxides, 2-20%), Sesquiterpenes (Beta-Farnesene, 15-45%, Chamazulene, 11%, Germacrene , Monoterpenes (Beta-ocimene) The properties of the essential oil of German chamomile : Its properties are explained by the active compounds present in the flowers of Matricaria recutita (formerly: Matricaria chamomilla or chamomilla matricaria). For health : Anti- allergic, antipruritic The essential oil of German Chamomile contains two molecules, chamazulene and alpha bisabolol, which can inhibit the release of histamine, which is involved in allergic phenomena. Decongestant The sesquiterpenols and sesquiterpenes contained in the oil improve blood circulation and ensure good oxygenation of the cells. Anti-inflammatory By inhibiting the formation of leukotrienes B4 (molecules involved in triggering inflammation), chamazulene limits inflammatory reactions. antispasmodic The components of German chamomile have a moderate and antispasmodic stomachic action, the oil then calms the involuntary contractions of the muscles. For the well-being A natural sedative Present in small quantities in oil, sesquiterpenes are no less active in the central nervous system: they are molecules with hypotensive, analgesic, relaxing and sedative properties. Other properties : •Pain killer • Pest • Calming Indications of the essential oil of German chamomile: Thanks to the many properties described above, German chamomile oil has many indications. For health: Muscular, joint and nervous problems : The painkiller, anti-inflammatory and decongestant properties of the oil allow it to be used in the treatment of all muscular and articular problems like: • Arthritis • Sprain • Herniated disc (pain) • Muscle elongation • neuralgia, neuritis • Dupuytren's disease • Rheumatism • Restless legs syndrome Respiratory and skin allergies The inhibition of histamine by the essential oil makes it possible to use it against all respiratory and cutaneous allergies. Bronchitis, rhinopharyngitis, sinusitis, colds Thanks to the decongestant properties of chamomile, ENT infections are among the indications of oil. *ENT : Ear,Nose,Throat Skin irritations Thanks to its antipruriginous properties, chamomile oil is indicated for various skin disorders like : • Skin allergies • Eczema (dry or atopic) •Rosacea • Skin irritation (allergies, cracking, cracks, abrasions, etc.) • Itching • Psoriasis For the well-being: Anyone that has been around essential oils for any length of time knows how effective they are in calming emotions .Adding German Chamomile essential oil to diffuser blends, massage oils or baths can be used for the following indications: • Agitation, anxiety and anxiety • Shock or emotional trauma • Nerve crisis • Emotional imbalance (during: emotional breakdown, emotional deprivation, loneliness, separation) • Sleep (difficulty falling asleep and insomnia) • Exacerbated sensitivity, exacerbated emotion (anger, sadness, agitation, irritability ...) • Spasmophilia • Stress: in olfaction and diffusion or in the bath • Overwork: in olfaction and diffusion or in the bath Use of German chamomile essential oil German chamomile essential oil can be used in very different ways for a broad spectrum of diseases and symptoms. Nevertheless, in case of doubt, it is recommended to contact a professional to collect personalized and secure information, adapted to your medical situation, your profile and your age. Warning : The essential oil of German chamomile is prohibited to pregnant women under 5 months because of its estrogen-like action. It also has no toxicity and all other users can enjoy. It can be photosensitizing (if presence of coumarins), so do not expose to the sun after application. There is also a risk of sensitization if the use is prolonged over a very long period Tips for using German chamomile essential oil for health: SKIN BENEFITS : • Cutaneous allergy, rosacea, eczema, skin irritation, pruritus, psoriasis: dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the area to be treated. URO-GENITAL BENEFITS : • Irregular rules: dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the lower abdomen. RESPIRATORY BENEFITS AND ENT: • Respiratory Allergy: dilute in a vegetable oil to massage the upper back. In olfaction. Internally after consultation with a specialist. DIGESTIVE BENEFITS: • Defective appetite: dilute in a vegetable oil to massage the upper back. In olfaction. • Difficult digestion: dilute in a vegetable oil to massage the belly. •   MUSCULAR AND ARTICULAR BENEFITS: • Arthritis, sprain, muscle strain, heavy legs, neuralgia, rheumatism: dilute in a vegetable oil and massage the painful area. Tips for using German chamomile essential oil for psychological well-being : • Anxiety, anxiety, nervous imbalance, stress: in olfaction, diffusion. Dilute in a neutral base and add to the bath water. • Spasmophilia: in olfaction. • Overwork: in olfaction, diffusion. Dilute in a vegetable oil to massage the wrists and the arch. Also in a neutral base in the bath water. • Difficult sleep: in olfaction. In diffusion 5 min before bedtime. 1 drop under each foot or along the spine before bedtime. Tips for using German chamomile essential oil for beauty: • Acne, wound: dilute in a vegetable oil to apply on the area to be treated. Synergies with German chamomile essential oil : German chamomile oil is broadly used in the cosmetic industry, especially in formulations designed to improve dry, inflamed or irritated skin. It is also added in shampoos and conditioners. Other practical uses of German chamomile oil include:1 • • Hair moisturizer — Blend two drops of German chamomile oil, rosemary oil, and lavender oil with 4 tablespoons of sweet almond oil. Massage it onto your hair and scalp once a week. For best results, leave it on overnight. • • Moisturizing skin mist — To make your own natural skin mist, blend two drops of German chamomile oil, two drops of lavender oil, one drop of rose otto oil and 4 ounces of purified water in a ready-to-spray bottle. This natural moisturizing mist will surely be handy for your sunbathing sessions. • • May provide relief from Joint pain or tense, stiff and cramping muscles —Blend 2 tablespoons of sweet almond oil and two drops of German chamomile oil and rosemary oil. Massage this blend onto the affected areas to ease up the tensed muscles and increase circulation. • For Skin Allergies : add German chamomile oil to lavender aspic, eucalyptus, lemon and peppermint. Precautions and contraindications of the essential oil of German chamomile: The essential oil of German chamomile must not be used before the fifth month of pregnancy or in children before 12 months. It is contraindicated for people taking antidepressants, sleeping pills or on hormone therapy. Although there are no existing cases of allergic reactions or hypersensitivity linked to the proper use of German chamomile oil, It is suggested to avoid 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. Apply German chamomile oil on a small portion of your skin and wait for a few hours. If irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately. The internal use of German Chamomile oil is subjected to the agreement of a therapist and can be carried out only exceptionally.

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