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Moroccan Chamomile Essential Oil

Photo: Ormensis Multicaulis

Ormensis Multicaulis © Spirit Of ISIS

Botanical Description

Ormensis Multicaulis (Chamaemelum Mixtum) is native to Europe, and is cultivated worldwide. It is an annual plant commonly known as Moroccan Chamomile (and Yellow Chamomile, Wild Chamomile) growing up to 60 cm tall. Moroccan Chamomile produces long and narrow leaves, with white and yellow daisy like flower heads.

Moroccan Chamomile grows wild on roadsides, open ground and in fields; and is considered a weed. The flowers have a strong, aromatic scent.

Moroccan Chamomile has traditionally been used in colognes.

Fragrance

Moroccan Chamomile essential oil has a fresh herbaceous, sweet balsamic scent.

Moroccan Chamomile essential oil is a yellow liquid.

Moroccan Chamomile blends well with cedarwood, cypress, lavender and vetiver.

Photo: Moroccan Chamomile

Moroccan Chamomile © Spirit Of ISIS

Traditional Therapeutic Uses

Properties: antispasmodic, cholagogue, emmenagogue, hepatic, sedative.

Aids: sleep.

Alleviates: amenorrhoea, colic, colitis, depression, headache, menopause, migraine.

Moroccan Chamomile is relaxing and calming.

Safety Data

Avoid use if pregnant.

May cause dermatitis or allergic reaction.

Details

Botanical Name:Ormensis Multicaulis
Family Name:Asteraceae
Source Country:UK
Plant Parts Used:Flowers
Extraction Method:Steam distillation
Major Constituents:Santolina, pinene, germacrene, bisabolol, transpinocarveol

Disclaimer:

All healing uses, magical uses and metaphysical definitions are provided as a means of education, do not imply a guarantee of effect, and may not be complete or accurate. Those suffering from illness should consult with their General Practitioner in the first instance. Aromatherapy is a holistic complementary healthcare practice and should be carried out by a suitably qualified aromatherapy practitioner.

Pure, medical grade, essential oils & absolutes are for use in aromatherapy and other disciplines of natural healing; and for their fragrance. Essential oils should not be ingested, and avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. Pregnant women should not self administer essential oils. Do not administer essential oils to babies. Do not apply undiluted essential oil to the skin and wash hands after use and before visiting lavatory. Do not use essential oils while in a sauna, steam room, or other humid environment; or while engaged in strenuous exercise.

Massage oil should consist of no more than 3% essential oil(s) to 97% carrier or fixed oil. Absolutes should be blended with no less than 98.5% carrier oil. When adding essential oil to bath water do not use more than 4 drops.

Store essential oils at low room temperature, in a dark place, out of the reach of children, pets and away from foodstuffs.

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