Roman Chamomile Essential Oil
It is googd for relaxing! It calms me instantly.
I like to use Roman chamomile for relief from bee stings, bug bites, headaches, and seasonal allergies.
The scent reminds me of summer hay time, and silage. It had a slightly fruity, and very grassy-salty like fragrance upon first opening, yet it is easily ingested and nevertheless still fulfills its promised benefits!
I use Roman Chamomile in a room spray for relaxation and going to sleep. I blend it with the Time Out and Lavender. It smells pleasant. Highly recommend!
I always inhale some while in the tub before bed, so relaxing!
This Roman Chamomile (botanical name Chamaemelum nobile), grown in the USA, is a really lovely Roman Chamomile. When I ordered it, I did so mainly to diffuse with Lavender for a sleep blend and was planning on also making a pillow spritzer with it, which I will still do by adding about ten drops of each to a two-ounce spritzer/spray bottle and then filling it the rest of the way with purified water (sometimes I will add just a half a teaspoon or so of vodka for better emulsifying, but it's not totally necessary. Roman Chamomile is wonderfully relaxing to the body as well as the mind, so it is perfect to mix with a carrier and rub on sore muscles or to diffuse at bedtime or whenever you wish to relax. I love to plant Chamomile in my garden and this smells perfectly of true Chamomile. What I did end up needing this for right away was I developed an ear infection but could not get an appointment until the next day. Mixing a couple drops of this in my palm with a few drops of Lavender and then rubbing into the area all around the exterior of my ears helped immensely with the earache pain. I have not tried it in this way before, but has been very helpful with the pain. My husband loves it for a toothache, although I am more of a Clove girl for that.
Such an amazing oil to help calm and relax! Great for the diffuser alone or with other oils to help soothe your mood! blends well with many other oils as well! And I add it to my coconut oil/lotion that I make to help with aroma/relaxing and overall to support better skin health esp to wounds or sometimes when I don't have twitch doctor, it helps soothe his muscle spasms as well!