Chamomile German Essential Oil Extra Blue
Historically, the herb and nursery trades have known two types of Chamomile. The German or Hungarian type - Matricaria chamomile or Chamomile recutita, and Chamomile Roman Anthemis or English type. The German and Roman Chamomiles are very distinguishable, and the effects of one can in no way be associated with the other
Chamomile German Extra Blue essential oil
has a strong, warm, sweet, straw-like, herbaceous scent. The pure, undiluted oil has an intense odor which some find overwhelming and unpleasant. The true oil is a deep, inky-blue color and is somewhat viscous. Extra Blue differs from Chamomile Matricaria in that it has higher levels of azulene and therefore has an even deeper blue color. It is steam distilled from the dried flower heads of M. recutita. Matricaria recutita has bright yellow flowers and white petals
The Aromatherapy Place offers a variety of Chamomile essential oil
s to suit your preference. Over time, treat yourself to a special sensual experience by trying and comparing the qualities of each
Chamomile Wild Moroccan.Why Auroma 100% pure and natural, therapeutic grade Chamomile German essential oil Extra Blue from The Aromatherapy Place?
Unscrupulous producers often adulterate their essential oil
s. Auroma has an on-site full laboratory where all essential oil
s undergo rigorous testing and analysis. This is done using the latest in Quality Assurance with Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) equipment to accurately analyze each batch of essential oil
s we receive from our farmers and distillers. This is done even with the growers Auroma has dealt with for over 20 years. Every batch, every time!
Safety information for Chamomile German Essential Oil Extra Blue
Please visit our General Essential Oil Safety Information
page for important safety guidelines on using essential oils.Specific Safety Information:
German Chamomile oil is reported to be Non-irritant, non-toxic and non-sensitising. See The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy by Salvatorre Battaglia, Second edition published by The International Centre of Holistic Aromatherapy in 2003 page 181.