10ml Bottle: $40.00 Member - $55.00 Retail
With a sweeter aroma than German Chamomile, this soothing and gentle oil is suitable for children and adults alike. It is particularly calming in times of tension or stress.
Roman Chamomile is very relaxing to children and adults alike.
When layered with Lavender it works wonders as a shoulder and neck massage for those who are stressed or overtired and can't relax. Due to its antispasmodic and calming effects Roman Chamomile used for back and shoulder massage is helpful for those who suffer from insomnia. Layered with Lavender it creates a wonderful fragrance and enhances the relaxation properties, a favorite among children.
Roman Chamomile layered with Lavender is helpful for eczema and other rashes as both Roman Chamomile and Lavender are anti-inflammatory.
Being anti-spasmodic, Roman Chamomile is helpful for stomach cramps and colic in children.
Apply clockwise to the abdominal area and gently massage. It may be applied to the stomach and intestinal foot reflex areas for additional relief. Layer it with Lavender to enhance the antispasmodic properties.
Roman Chamomile and Lavender are highly regarded as children's oils and they make the perfect combination for a child's first perfume. Layer on the wrist and neck area and they will receive the added benefit of feeling calm and nurtured.
BATH: Add 5-6 drops to warm bath to provide support with allergies, anorexia, addiction, colic, insomnia, back pain, muscle pain, arthritis, post-natal depression and bowel disorders.
DIFFUSION: Diffuse 10 minutes per hour with cold air nebulizing diffuser to create a calming environment.
INHALATION: Inhale by applying 2 drops on hands, rub, and inhale deeply to relieve tension and stress.
MASSAGE: Mix 10 drops Roman Chamomile with 20 drops Lavender and 1 oz massage oil for a relaxing and soothing massage.
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Producing Organ: Bark
Extraction: Steam distillation
Country of Origin: France
Properties: Antianemic, anti-inflammatory, antineuralgic, antiparasitic, antispasmodic, calming, carminative, digestive, emmenagogue, ophthalmic, sedative, stimulant, sudorific, vulnerary.