Chamomile German Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

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Chamomile German Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week

Chamomile German Essential Oil

Chamomile German

  • Latin name: Matricaria chamomilla
  • Aroma description: A strong, sweetish, warm, herbaceous scent.

 

Therapeutic benefits

  • Eases tired muscles and aching joints.
  • Relaxing before bedtime.
  • Known for its calming properties.
  • Great support for children who struggle with focus.
  • Soothes congested skin.

Kidsafe?

Yes! This is a KidSafe oil.

Dilution instructions:

For topical applications, we recommend a 1% dilution for the face and 2-3% for the body.

Diffusion instructions:

To experience a soothing atmosphere, diffuse a few drops of Chamomile German in your AromaFuse Diffuser.

Where Chamomile German is used on the body:

To ease occasional muscle and joint discomfort associated with aging or normal wear and tear, add equal amounts of Chamomile German, Chamomile Roman, and Peppermint diluted to 2-3% in your favorite carrier oil and gently massage into problem areas.

Oils to blend with:

Bergamot, Chamomile Roman, Clary Sage, Geranium Egyptian, Jasmine Absolute, Lavender, Lemon, Neroli, Patchouli, Tea Tree, and Ylang Ylang Complete.

Relaxing Bath Blend

Add 3 drops of Chamomile German to a tablespoon of bubble bath and mix in 1/2 cup of Epsom salt. Then, gently swirl in the water for a warm, relaxing bath. 

Counting Sheep Cream 

What you’ll need:

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What you’ll do:

Add the essential oils to the body cream and stir well. Apply to the tops of the feet or chest 30 minutes before bedtime.

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56 thoughts on “Chamomile German Essential Oil Spotlight of the Week”

  1. Just got chamomile Roman and now I feel I must order chamomile German. Lots of good recipes and I want to especially try the counting sheep cream.

    1. A chemical constituent called Chamazulene. 🙂 It’s also present in Blue Yarrow and Blue Tansy. 🙂

  2. I cant wait to try this oil! thanks for all of the wonderful suggestions on how to use it! Ive been wanting it for a while and so excited to get 15% off!

  3. This looks like a great recipe!! I wonder if it can help achey joints due to Lyme Disease and arthritis? I’ll give it a try, can’t hurt-andsmells great I’m sure!

    1. This recipe can be great for some of the symptoms you experience. Be sure to update us once you give it a try 🙂

  4. The counting sheep cream looks great! Thank you for the recipe. Will surely make one this coming weekend for my daughter :)

  5. I’m definitely going to try this blend with my bath fizzies for the boys! Sounds like it would smell amazing!! Just may have to pick up another German chamo this week! Why do I fight the crave?!

  6. Coutnign Sheep Cream sounds great- Can i use a bottle of lotion I already have if i dont have the evening primrose cream?

  7. I love German chamomile, it’s one of the few oils that puts me to sleep. Thank you for this recipe! P.s. I’m loving all the graphics.

    1. I’m not sure I know what you’re referring to. Which giveaway? You could always reach out to customer service with any questions. 🙂

    1. I am always looking for a new blend to diffuse to help me sleep. Can’t wait to order this oil and try it out. Thank you! I’m really enjoying being a part of the Plant Therapy company and building up my collection of oils!!

  8. I JUST put this on my wish list minutes ago. This makes me so happy. Thank you for making Chamomile oil of the week!

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