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Camomile Essential Oils

See our range of Camomile Essential Oils

Camomile Chamomile plant for essential oilCamomile (Chamomile) brings to mind the words soothing, calming and relaxing, particularly in relation to skincare, the nervous system, and the digestive system. While there are a number of different plants which are referred to as 'camomile' and they all produce different oils, we can make some generalisations:
  • The soothing quality of camomile makes it a good support for the digestive system.
  • The oil also has a general calming effect, soothing irritability or nervousness.
  • These properties also make it an excellent addition to an aromatherapy skincare blend for troubled skin.
  • Its gentleness means it is suitable for use with children.
  • It blends well with Lavender, Geranium, Clary Sage, Marjoram, and Rose essential oils.

See our range of Camomile Essential Oils

Camomile Chamomile plant for essential oilCamomile (Chamomile) brings to mind the words soothing, calming and relaxing, particularly in relation to skincare, the nervous system, and the digestive system. While there are a number of different plants which are referred to as ‘camomile’ and they all produce different oils, we can make some generalisations:

  • The soothing quality of camomile makes it a good support for the digestive system.
  • The oil also has a general calming effect, soothing irritability or nervousness.
  • These properties also make it an excellent addition to an aromatherapy skincare blend for troubled skin.
  • Its gentleness means it is suitable for use with children.
  • It blends well with Lavender, Geranium, Clary Sage, Marjoram, and Rose essential oils.

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  • Roman Camomile

    Anthemis nobilis
    1710
    £8.99£34.99
  • German Camomile Organic

    Matricaria chamomilla
    1680
    £19.25£29.49
  • Atlas Camomile Dilution (3% in Jojoba)

    44810
    £10.25
  • Roman Camomile Organic

    Anthemis nobilis
    1720
    £16.49£42.99
  • Blue Tansy Wild

    Tanacetum annuum
    1695
    £15.49
  • Cape Camomile

    Eriocephalus punctulatus
    1346
    £17.75
  • Blue Tansy Organic

    Tanacetum annuum
    1690
    £39.99
  • German Camomile Organic Egypt

    Matricaria chamomilla
    1700
    £26.49£40.49
  • Moroccan Camomile

    Ormensis multicaulis et mixta
    1730
    £28.49
  • Blue Camomile Dilution (3% in Jojoba)

    5844
    £10.75£24.99
  • Roman Camomile Dilution (3% in Jojoba)

    5845
    £10.25£25.75
  • Moroccan Camomile Organic

    Ormensis multicaulis et mixta
    1731
    £24.75
  • Blue Camomile CO2

    Matricaria chamomilla
    1689
    £14.49
  • Camomile Blue Organic (5% Chamazulene)

    Matricaria chamomilla
    11681
    £16.75

About Camomile Essential Oils

About Camomile Essential Oils

German camomile chamomile yieldThis image shows the amount of German Camomile essential oil that is obtained from the amount of plant material shown in the background. No wonder it is a costly oil!

Help me choose:
There are a number of different plants which are known as camomile, all look similar, all broadly speaking have similar properties, all look similar, and all belong to the same plant family. It is difficult to be prescriptive about the different uses and you need to be guided a little by personal preference and feeling, but here’s a broad brush summary.

  • German (or Blue) Camomile essential oil contains azulene which gives it its characteristic beautiful blue colour, and has a heavy sweet and herbaceous aroma. Its key action is anti-inflammatory, both physical and in terms of becoming ‘inflamed’ emotionally.
  • Roman Camomile essential oil is sweeter aromatically. It shares the same therapeutic properties, but is milder than German Camomile, which makes it more suitable for children, anyone who is particularly sensitive, or those with a weak constitution.
  • Moroccan Camomile Organic essential oil grows in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, is useful as an ingredient in skincare preparations, is a good support for the female reproductive system, and is particularly suitable for use in perfumery.
  • Camomile Blue Tansy essential oil is not a true camomile but is also high in azulene and has similar properties to German Camomile.
  • Cape Camomile essential oil is sometimes difficult to obtain and varies considerably depending where it is grown.

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German camomile chamomile yieldThis image shows the amount of German Camomile essential oil that is obtained from the amount of plant material shown in the background. No wonder it is a costly oil!

Help me choose:
There are a number of different plants which are known as camomile, all look similar, all broadly speaking have similar properties, all look similar, and all belong to the same plant family. It is difficult to be prescriptive about the different uses and you need to be guided a little by personal preference and feeling, but here’s a broad brush summary.

  • German (or Blue) Camomile essential oil contains azulene which gives it its characteristic beautiful blue colour, and has a heavy sweet and herbaceous aroma. Its key action is anti-inflammatory, both physical and in terms of becoming ‘inflamed’ emotionally.
  • Roman Camomile essential oil is sweeter aromatically. It shares the same therapeutic properties, but is milder than German Camomile, which makes it more suitable for children, anyone who is particularly sensitive, or those with a weak constitution.
  • Moroccan Camomile Organic essential oil grows in the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, is useful as an ingredient in skincare preparations, is a good support for the female reproductive system, and is particularly suitable for use in perfumery.
  • Camomile Blue Tansy essential oil is not a true camomile but is also high in azulene and has similar properties to German Camomile.
  • Cape Camomile essential oil is sometimes difficult to obtain and varies considerably depending where it is grown.

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