Roman Chamomile oil – 20ml

You can get all of the chamomile benefits from its essential oil by diffusing it at home or applying it topically to the skin, including its ability to calm the mind, relieve digestive issues, treat skin conditions, reduce inflammation and more.

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You can get all of the chamomile benefits from its essential oil by diffusing it at home or applying it topically to the skin, including its ability to calm the mind, relieve digestive issues, treat skin conditions, reduce inflammation and more.

Benefits and How to Use:

1. Fights Anxiety and Depression

Roman chamomile essential oil has been used as a mild sedative to calm nerves and reduce anxiety by promoting relaxation.
Inhaling Roman chamomile is one of the best ways to utilize essential oils for anxiety. The fragrance is carried directly to the
brain and serves as an emotional trigger. Research shows that Roman chamomile has been used for relief of depressive and
anxiety symptoms all over the world. To fight anxiety and depression, diffuse 5 drops, or inhale it directly from the bottle.

2. Serves as a Natural Allergy Reliever

Roman chamomile possesses antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, and it’s commonly used for hay fever. It has the power
to relieve mucus congestion, irritations, swelling and skin conditions that are associated with seasonal allergy symptoms.
When applied topically, Roman chamomile oil helps relieve skin irritations that may be due to food allergies or sensitivities.

3. Helps Alleviate PMS Symptoms

Roman chamomile essential oil serves as a natural mood booster that helps reduce feelings of depression — plus its
antispasmodic properties allow it to soothe menstrual cramps and body aches that are commonly associated with PMS, such
as headaches and back pain. Its relaxant properties make it a valuable remedy for PMS symptoms, and it can even help clear
up acne that may appear as a result of hormone fluctuations.

4. Reduces Symptoms of Insomnia

The relaxing properties of Roman chamomile promote healthy sleep and fight insomnia. A 2006 case study explored the
inhalation effects of Roman chamomile essential oil on mood and sleep. The results found the volunteers experienced more
drowsiness and calmness, demonstrating its potential to improve sleep and help enter a restful state. Inhalation of
chamomile reduces a stress-induced increase in plasma adrenocorticotropic hormone levels. For a restful sleep, diffuse
chamomile oil next to bed, rub 1–2 drops onto the temples or inhale it directly from the bottle.
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5. Boosts Skin Health

Roman chamomile promotes smooth, healthy skin and relieves irritations because of its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial
properties. It has been used as a natural remedy for eczema, wounds, ulcers, gout, skin irritations, bruises, burns, canker
cores, and even skin conditions like cracked nipples, chicken pox, ear and eye infections, poison ivy, and diaper rash. To use as
a home remedy for acne, treat various skin conditions and combat the signs of aging, add 2–3 drops to a clean cotton ball
and apply chamomile oil to the area of concern, or add 5 drops to a face wash. If you have very sensitive skin, dilute
chamomile with a carrier oil before applying it topically.

6. Supports Digestive Health

Chamomile is used traditionally for numerous gastrointestinal conditions, including digestive disorders. Roman chamomile
essential oil contains anodyne compounds that are antispasmodic and can be used to treat or relieve digestive issues, such
as gas, leaky gut, acid reflux, indigestion, diarrhea and vomiting. It’s especially helpful in dispelling gas, soothing the stomach
and relaxing the muscles so food can move through the intestines with ease. Because of its relaxing properties, Roman
chamomile can also be used topically to get rid of nausea. To improve digestion and leaky gut, apply 2–4 drops topically to
the abdomen. When diluted with a carrier oil like coconut oil, it can even be used in low doses for children with colic and
diarrhea. To ease nausea, inhale Roman chamomile directly from the bottle, or combine it with ginger, peppermint and
lavender oil and diffuse. It can also be used topically on temples to help with nausea.

7. Promotes Heart Health

Roman chamomile provides cardiovascular protection because of its high levels of flavonoids, which have been shown to
significantly reduce mortality from coronary heart disease when taken internally. Because of the flavonoids present in Roman
chamomile essential oil, it may lower blood pressure and have a relaxing effect on the heart. To promote heart health, apply
2–4 drops topically over the heart.

8. May Relieve Arthritic Pain

A study in human volunteers demonstrated that chamomile flavonoids and essential oils penetrate below the surface into
deeper skin layers. This is important for their use as topical anti-inflammatory agents that can effectively treat arthritic pain.
When applied topically or added to a warm water bath, Roman chamomile oil helps reduce pain in the lower back, knees,
wrists, fingers and other problematic areas.

9. Gentle Enough for Children

For centuries, mothers have used chamomile to calm crying children, reduce fevers, eliminate earaches and soothe upset
stomachs. It’s often called the “kid calmer” because of its ability to help children with ADD/ADHD, and it’s one of the gentlest
essential oils on the planet, making it great for infants and children. To help calm children, diffuse Roman chamomile oil at
home or dilute 1–2 drops with coconut oil and apply the mixture topically to the area in need (such as the temples, stomach,
wrists, back of neck or bottoms of the feet).

10. Displays Anticancer Activity

Studies evaluating chamomile on preclinical models of skin, prostate, breast and ovarian cancer have shown promising
growth inhibitory effects. In a 2007 study conducted at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, chamomile extracts were
shown to cause minimal growth inhibitory effects on normal cells but significant reductions in cell viability in various human
cancer cell lines. Chamomile exposure induced apoptosis in cancer cells but not in normal cells at similar doses. The study
represents the first reported demonstration of the anticancer effects of chamomile.
In addition to these Roman chamomile essential oil benefits, preliminary research suggests that chamomile may also help
treat hemorrhoids, have a protective effect on pancreatic beta cells in diminishing hyperglycemia-related oxidative stress,
relieve symptoms of vaginitis (vaginal inflammation), treat the common cold, and relieve sore throat and hoarseness.

How to use:

Roman chamomile essential oil can be diffused or applied to skin topically.

*The same properties that are found in our essential oils are also available in our Natural Soothing Balms. It is
made from pure essential oil mixed with our cream base to form a light soothing balm.*

For more information, please visit our website at www.ladyrose.co.za

Caution: Please take note! Because we care about you and your family, we do not recommend ingesting any essential oils.
They are highly concentrated and can be extremely toxic to your health and epithelial cells. (Always avoid eyes, sinuses,
mouth, throat, and stomach.) Before using essential oil topically, ALWAYS do a patch test. Do not use undiluted essential oils
on your skin, always use with a carrier oil or cream. If any irritation occurs, discontinue use immediately and seek medical
attention. Consult your healthcare practitioner before using essential oils, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or
have any pre-existing medical conditions. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Always use oils responsibly and with due
diligence.

Ezekiel 47:12 “By the river on its bank, on one side and on the other, will grow all kinds of trees for food. Their leaves will not
wither and their fruit will not fail. They shall bear every month because their water flows from the sanctuary, and their fruit will
be for food and their leaves for healing

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