Chamomile German CO2 Essential Oil

Chamomile German CO2 Essential Oil

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Quick Overview
This pure German 'Blue' Chamomile essential oils, both in the classic steam distilled, and the cool-process CO2 distilled varieties. German chamomile is highly regarded in for its soothing properties, particularly where Chamomile is called for in topical applications. The steam distilled is excellent for all classic aromatherapy applications. The CO2 distillation is blue/green, indicating a high level of natural matricin. This very strong anti-inflammatory constituent turns to the deep blue Chamulzine during steam distillation.The CO2 has a naturally thicker texture, with a fantastic aroma ~ Very highly recommended.

Botanical Name: Matricaria recutica

Also known as Hungarian Chamomile, this annual aromatic herb grows up to 60 cm tall and has branching stems with one daisy-like white flower on the end of each. It is native to Europe and Asia and was brought to North America and Australia for commercial production of its oil. Despite its name it is no longer grown in Germany.

About the Oil
This German Chamomile is sourced from flowers organically grown in South Africa and distilled using carbon dioxide.
Aromatherapy Notes
The blue/green viscous liquid has a potent, slightly sweet, warm and herbaceous aroma. If using strictly for aromatherapy purposes, Roman Chamomile would be a softer, subtler choice.

The deep aroma blends well with Geranium, Lavender, Pachouli, Rose, Benzoin, Neroli, Bergamot, Marjoram, Lemon, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine and Clary Sage.

Traditional Uses
This herb has been in use for over 3,000 years for an array of skin issues and stress-related complications such as headaches and insomnia. The botanical name of Chamomile, "Martricaria", meaning "Caring for the womb" finds its echo in folk medicine that has always emphasizes chamomile’s emmenagogue properties (inducing menses) and its connection with the female system.

Therapeutic Properties Described In The Aromatherapy Literature

Analgesic, Anti-allergenic, Anti-inflammatory, Aniphlogistic, Antispasmodic, Bactericidal, Carminative, Cictrisant, Chaolagogue, Digestive, Emmemagogue, Febrifuge, Fungicidal, Hepatic, Sedative, Stimulant (leucocyte production), Stomachic, Sudorific, Vermifuge, Vulnerary. (See Definitions.)

The sesquiterpenes (chamazulene) and sesquiterpenols (α-bisabolol) of this chamomile excel in a wide range of healing properties, which are hard to find in comparable strength in any other oils.


Along with Helichrysum, German Chamomile is one of the most potent anti-inflammatory essential oils. It has excellent properties to ease neuralgic pain and take down swelling, especially in regards to the eyes and stomach ulcers, but also cystitis, arthritis, inflamed joints and rheumatism.


The herb has a long-standing medicinal tradition, particularly in Europe, for 'all states of tension and the visceral symptoms that can arise there from, such as nervous dyspepsia and nervous bowel, tension headaches, and sleeplessness; especially useful for all children's conditions, calming without depressing...' (from Mills, S.Y. - The A-Z of Modern Herbalism).

Internal Cleansing:

Similar to Helichrysum, it has been used to effectively dissolve congestions of the blood and cleanse the circulatory system. It help promote healthy liver function and secretion while supporting pancreas function.


German Chamomile can be of great help regarding dermatological ailments ( as can Roman Chamomile - (though the anti-inflammatory properties of the Blue variety are considered greater). The list is extensive: skin inflammations, acne, allergies, boils, burns, cuts, eczema, dermatitis, problems with the scalp, rashes, insect bites, infected wounds, and various skin impurities.

Application and Use
This essential oil can be diffused for aromatherapy purposes, added to food or water as a supplement or applied topically on a specific location for relief.
Generally a non-toxic, non-irritant and considered safe for use with children, it is advised that during pregnancy, there be consultation with a naturopathic doctor prior to use internally.
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