Latin Name: Anthemis nobilis, also commonly known as English chamomile, Garden daisy, Chamomile romaine Country of Origin: USA Cultivation Method: Organic Aroma: Sweet, herbaceous, somewhat fruity, honey-apple like, tenacious aroma. Extraction Method: Steam distilled Plant Part: Flowering tops of fresh or dried tops. Energetics: Regulates Qi, calms liver, harmonizes shen. Safety: Nonirritating, non-sensitizing. No known contraindications. Caution for those who are allergic to common ragweed, or the Asteraceae plant family. Actions supported by clinical studies: Antimicrobial, antispasmodic, anxiolytic, sedative (Battaglia)
Leading / Common Uses:Children and babies: Gentle enough for our little ones. For cranky days, sleepless nights, nightmares, colic and teething, roman chamomile is gentle and safe when used within recommended guidelines. Nervous System: Soothing and calming to the nervous system in times of anxiety, tension, stress or mild depression. Digestive system: Common digestive cramps, dyspepsia. Respiratory System: Eases severity of asthma attacks in some people.
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Recipe: Gentle tummy rub for baby
1 drop roman chamomile
1 drop lavender
Add essential oils to 1 tsp (5 ml) of carrier oil of choice. Apply a few drops of the blend, gently massage clockwise around abdomen.
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