Discover the calming properties of Chamomile German essential oils.
Sourced from the flowers of the German Blue Chamomile, the chamomile German essential oils offered by Liovena stem from the historic chamomile plants praised by ancient Germans. Called the alles zutraut, it literally means “it’s capable of anything,” a truth which you’ll soon learn. Stemming from part of the sunflower family, the German chamomile is similar but not identical to the Roman or English chamomile. These essential oils are sourced from the best plants in southern and eastern Europe, chosen for their height and maturity before undergoing steam distillation. Liovena picks only premier producers in this region of the world, so that you can always be assured that your chosen essential oils come with an equally impressive origin that you can trace right back to the proven source.
Chamomile German essential oil has many benefits, it’s called a “key miracle sleep aid”; for healing skin disorders and wounds in natural way; from being used as a sedative to fighting off fungus, inflammation, and excess phlegm. The oil is capable of penetrating the layers of the skin quickly, to help not only internal issues, but also address external issues, such as skin ulcers, burns and bruises. In aromatherapy, Chamomile German essential oil can be used to treat those with anxiety. Additionally, it’s often combined with other essential oils, such as lavender, helichrysum, spearmint, peppermint, sandalwood and rose oils. Some benefits have been shown when Chamomile German essential oils are ingested, but, as always, a qualified physician should be consulted before ingesting any essential oil.
How to Use
For minor issues that do not require a holistic physician, you or your clients can easily use Chamomile German essential oil at home. To relieve migraines or headaches, a moist towel with a few drops of the oil can work wonders. Chamomile German essential oil blended with a base oil can also be used in a massage for cramping or tense muscles and joints. Beyond health, however, Chamomile German essential oils also have many beauty benefits. Apply the oil with cotton balls for a quick and easy skin toner to treat your pores, or blend with lavender and rose oils for a moisturizer. To treat dry hair, blend with rosemary, lavender and almond oils for a once-weekly scalp treatment.
While Chamomile German essential oil is generally recognized as safe, it can occasionally interact harmfully with prescription medications that you may be taking. Check with your physicians and discuss all medications and treatments that you may be using, either prescribed or not prescribed. Always dilute Chamomile German essential oils before using, and those with sensitive skin should test the oil on a small patch of skin before applying liberally.