Blue Chamomile Essential oil Profile

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Blue Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) essential oil benefits

Calming and cooling, Blue chamomile or German Chamomile essential oil is among the most potent anti-inflammatory botanical extracts used in natural medicine, natural skincare and aromatherapy. German chamomile oil is the perfect active ingredient to improve dry, inflamed or irritated skin.

German chamomile’s Latin name is Matricaria from matrix, womb; this reflects that this plant has been in use for a long time to balance the natural phases of the menstruation and menopause. Because of its high content of Azulene it is stronger than Roman chamomile; it is a very effective anti-inflammatory and calming oil also for muscle and the digestive system. Works perfectly with very irritated skin.

On the emotional side, German chamomile is very soothing and balancing and it is used to treat insomnia, with the unique benefit of gently sedating without depressive effects.


Botanical Name: Matricaria recutita

Method of Extraction: Steam distillation from the flowering tops

Color: Deep inky blue

Aroma: Strong, warm, sweet herbaceous

Note: Middle 

Blends well with : Bergamot, citrus oils, Clary sage, Frankincense, Geranium, Jasmine, Lavender, Marjoram, Neroli, Patchouli, Rose, Rosemary, Tea tree, Ylang-ylang

Therapeutic properties:  Anti-inflammatory, carminative, antispasmodic, mild sedative



KORU is blended with organic Blue Chamomile essential oil 



To relax, calm nerves and improve sleep burn or diffuse 2-5 drops.

For a relaxing massage, dilute  2 drops every 3 ml of carrier oil;  dilutions can be doubled for pulse points.

For a relaxing bath add 3-5 drops in warm water.

For skin rashes, sunburn, eczema,  itching you can blend Blue Chamomile essential oil with Aloe vera gel or plain cream (1% dilution).

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