Action: German chamomile is sedating, calming, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, and a decongestant. German Chamomile supports digestive, liver, and gallbladder function, reduces scarring, and releives allergies.
Traditional Uses: German chamomile has been highly esteemed for over 3,000 years and has been used for many types of skin conditions and stress-related complaints.
Indications: Insomnia, nervous tension, stress, bursitis, tendonitis, inflammation, carpal tunnel syndrome, headaches, acne, liver and gallbladder disease, parasites, and ulcers.
Other Uses: German chamomile is a cleanser of the blood, helps increase liver function and secretion, and supports the pancreas. German chamomile promotes the regeneration of skin and can be used for abscesses, burns, rashes, cuts, and dermatitis. It is also helpful for teething pains, acne, eczema, chronic gastritis, infected nails, cystitis, inflamed joints, menopausal problems, sores, skin disorders, stress-related complaints, toothaches, ulcers, and wounds.
Application: Diffuse, add to food or water as a dietary supplement, or apply topically on location. Among the gentlest oils used aromatherapy, the chamomiles are suitable for use on children.
Fragrant Influence: Dispels anger, stabilizes emotions, and help release emotions linked to the past. It may also be used to soothe and clear the mind.
Safety Data: If pregnant or under a doctor's care, consult your physician.
Companion Oils: Wintergreen or birch, fir, geranium, helichrysum, hyssop, lavender, lemongrass, marjoram, Melaleuca alternifolia, sandalwood, spearmint, and spruce.