Chamomile, Roman and German:

Chamomile, Roman and German: There is an extremely large list of uses for chamomile including all skin conditions, severely infected skin, and cellulite. Anti-inflammatory effect, relieves cramps and spasms and helps in cases of shock. Used for menstrual disorders, skin problems, hypersensitive skin, broken veins, puffiness, strengthens tissues. Pain relieving, used for children's ailments, sedative, anti-depressant and nervousness. Relaxes the mind and body when stressed, anxious, depressed or can't sleep. Helpful with PMS, menopause, headaches, hyperactivity, eczema, skin rashes, acne, excessive acne, rosacea, allergic reactions. Increases production of white blood cells. Brightens and brings out highlights of hair when used in a shampoo. Analgesic action eases arthritis, low back pain and muscle pain, rheumatism, sprains, and inflamed joints. Gives patience and peace. Sedative to Central Nervous System. Scent: Sweet, herbaceous, fresh and fruity, middle note. Source: Flowering Herb   -    COMMON NAME: chamomile, German

BOTANICAL NAME: matricaria chamomilla

ORIGIN: England, France, Germany, Hungary, Morocco, Russia, South America

PARTS USED: flowers, leaves

FRAGRANCE: fruity, sweet

BLENDS: cinnamon, galbanum, lavender, marjoram, patchouli, vetiver, ylang ylang

AROMATIC BENEFITS: calming, rejuvenating, relaxing

PHYSICAL USES: acne, analgesic, antibacterial, antidepressant, antiinfectious, antiinflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, asthma, black eyes, blisters, boils, bruises, burns, chapped lips, chapped skin, chilblains, cold sores, conjunctivitis, coughs, diarrhea, disinfectant, diuretic, diverticulosis, dry skin, earaches, eczema, fainting, febrifuge, fibrositis, gingivitis, hay fever, headaches, heatstrokes, hiccups, influenza, insect bites, laryngitis, nausea, neuralgia, normal skin, oily skin, osteoporosis, psoriasis, rashes, rheumatism, rheumatoid arthritis, rosacea, sensitive skin, shock, sprains, sties, sunburns, synovitis, toothaches, upper abdominal pain, urticaria, whitlows, wounds, wrinkles

SAFETY WARNINGS: AKA: chamomile, blue. Avoid during first trimester of pregnancy. Avoid long term use if history of estrogen-dependent cancer.