Plant Origin: Utah, France
Roman Chamomile essential oil has a sweet, herbaceous aroma with a slight undertone of apple. Its warmth and gentle aroma can help create a relaxing and calming atmosphere--the perfect addition to children’s nurseries or play areas. Not only is Roman Chamomile calming and relaxing, but it’s also known to help sooth all types of skin! It’s often used in skin and hair products and even perfumes.
Roman Chamomile has been used as an herb since ancient times. The word chamomile is derived from the Greek words khamai, meaning on the ground, and melon, meaning apple—likely because of its distinct fruity aroma. Roman Chamomile is a low-growing plant with parsley-like leaves and daisy-like flowers. The flowers are steam distilled to create Roman Chamomile essential oil.
How can you use Roman Chamomile?
- Diffuse in your home to create a calm environment. Perfect for after school, before bedtime, or during quiet time.
- Apply topically during your children’s bedtime routine. The bottom of the feet, back of neck, and wrists are great application spots!
- Create your own bath salts infused with soothing essential oils like Roman Chamomile, Lavender, or Stress Away.
- Combine with a carrier oil and use during a calming massage.
- Apply topically after a long hectic day.
- Carry in your purse or bag and apply during times of need.
Fragrant influence: Calming and relaxing, combats stress. May dispel anger, stabilize the emotions, and help to release emotions that are linked to the past.
Application: Apply 2-4 drops on location, ankles, or wrists; apply on chakras and/or Vita Flex points; inhale directly, diffuse
Refer to the Essential Oils Desk or Pocket Reference for more information.