Although chamomile is antibacterial, antiseptic, and disinfectant, it is most valued for its anti-inflammatory properties.
There are several types of chamomile essential oil. Chamomile German is an magnificent variety and its beautiful deep dark blue color, due to its high azulene content, comes as a bonus. Another magnificent vari cry, chamomile Roman, is especially good for the treatment of nervous conditions and insomnia. Beware though of chamomile Maroc (Ormenis multicaulis) which isn't a true chamomile and can't be used as such.
Although chamomile is antibacterial, antiseptic, and disinfectant, it is most valued for its anti-inflammatory claim. These apply to internal conditions like rheumatism, as well as to external inflammations. Chamomile is essential if you have children because it can be used for teething troubles and in the bath to calm nerves and tetchiness Chamomile is used in the treatment of bums, including hay fever, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, asthma, diarrhea, sprains and strains, nausea, fever, and all nervous and depressive states. Its analgesic, diuretic, sedative, and calming properties make chamomile an extremely desirable oil kicking the tranquilizer habit it is invaluable, and in anorexia nervosa it is extremely helpful. As if this weren't sufficient, chamomile is used in rejuvenation treatments.
One thing to beware of is using heat on the oils. Heating up the oils may change the molecular structure and they lose their healing benefits. If you do not want to use the oil right on your skin but want to use it as a room freshener, you can put a few drops of chamomile oil in a spray bottle with water.
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