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  Chamomile Oil - Essential Oils - Aromatherapy


Chamomile is a mild sedative, skin antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, muscle relaxant and balancing for the female system.

Chamomile is a soothing, gentle relaxant that has been shown to work for a variety of complaints from stress to menstrual cramps.

Chamomile oil can be used as a pain reliever for muscle aches and pains, rheumatism, headaches, migraine, neuralgia, toothache and ear-ache.

Chamomile Oil can be used for skin problems including acne, eczema, rashes, wounds, dermatitis, dry itchy skin and allergic conditions in general.

Most essential oils are so strong that a little goes a long way. Essential aromatherapy oils should be diluted in carrier oils for use in massage. When massaged into the skin (essential oils should be diluted - with the exception of Lavender and Tea Tree).

Essential oils are metabolized by the body like any other nutrients. Certain components within the oils will stimulate the immune system, destroy bacteria, act as powerful antioxidants and building blocks to improve nutrient absorption. It takes up to 20 minutes for the oils to be absorbed by the body, where they remain for 7 hours or more, before being excreted.

Smell plays an important role in the process. Differing aromatic rings are contained with essential oils. When we smell these, the odor is transferred into a nerve message. The message is sent to different parts of the brain where the process of stimulating different hormones is undertaken.

Use aromatherapy oils anywhere you want to add a touch of scent.

Add 5 drops to your bath water.

Enhance your beauty products - combine 3 to 6 drops into your shampoo, conditioner, face cream or body lotion.

We use only 100% Pure Grade A Essential Oils.

FH-30-11 Chamomile 5ml .17oz $23.95


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More Evidence

For centuries, people who've felt sick or stressed have tried drinking chamomile tea as a medicinal cure-all. Now, researchers in England have found new evidence that the popular herbal tea may actually help relieve a wide range of health ailments, including colds and menstrual cramps. Their study is scheduled to appear in the Jan. 26, 2005 issue of the American Chemical Society's Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, one of the Society's peer-reviewed journals. ACS is the world's largest scientific society. 'This is one of a growing number of studies that provide evidence that commonly used natural products really do contain chemicals that may be of medicinal value,' says study leader Elaine Holmes, Ph.D., a chemist with Imperial College London. 'The healthcare industry is placing increasing emphasis on functional foods including natural remedies, yet little work has been conducted on the long term effects of such products on human biology.'






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