Chamomile, Roman

Chamomile, Roman

Latin Name: chamaemelum nobile, anthemis nobilis
Alternative Name: roman chamomile, english chamomile, perennial chamomile, wild chamomile, camomyle, chamaimelon, maythen -saxon, whig plant, heermannchen -german, manzanilla -spanish, ground apple.
Forms Available: essential oil, flower

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Also called Roman chamomile, English chamomile, Perennial Chamomile, Wild Chamomile, and Ground Apple.  A Druid Sacred Herb,  this aromatic evergreen has feathery, apple-scented leaves and white flowers with conical golden centers.  The flowers make a digestive, soothing and sedative tea, which is used for soothing restless children, helps prevent nightmares and insomnia, and suppresses nausea.  The flower compounds have shown anti-tumor activity in laboratory tests. In the garden it is a “physician plant” reviving nearby ailing plants.  The essential oil is a beautiful blue color turning yellow as it ages.

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This herb has an affinity for the solar plexus area of the human body. Colic, upset stomachs, and fevers are benefited by the tea of the fresh or dried flower.  Use two tablespoons per cup, steep for twenty minutes, and take a quarter cup four times a day.  Women with menstrual cramps can try adding a few thin slices of fresh ginger root to the tea.

Chamomile is an antibacterial.  Sores, wounds, itches, and rashes respond to external applications.  Use the tea as a wash or add the herb to salves and poultices.  The oil is rubbed into swollen joints. Chamomile calms the nerves and brings on sleep.  Use it in baths and gargles.  Add the tea to a vaporizer to help asthmatic children. The classic tea for cranky, teething babies, it is given in the bottle or through a mother’s breast milk.

Visit for more information on the traditional ayurvedic and aromatherapeutic uses of Chamomile Roman Oil. Learn about the natural chemical components that give Chamomile Roman Oil its fragrance and therapeutic characteristics.

Aromatherapy & Health Uses: Nerves;  Migraine;  Acne; Inflammation;  Insomnia;  Menstrual Problems;  Dermatitis; Analgesic;  Tension Headache;  Stress.

Other Uses:  Yellow chamomile brings the power of the sun to love potions, money spells and rites of purification.  Used in incense for the Gods.  When sprinkled around the house it removes hexes, curses and spells.  Use for:  Love;  Luck;  Fortune;  Justice;  Prosperity.

Thought for the day:

Joy in looking and comprehending is nature’s most beautiful gift.
-Albert Einstein

Suggested Reading:

  1. How to Use Roman Chamomile Essential Oil (Aromatherapy) by Miriam Kinai
  2. Camomile (The Herb Library Series) by Kate Ferry-Swainson, Deni Brown
  3. The Ultimate PCOS Handbook: Lose Weight, Boost Fertility, Clear Skin and Restore Self-Esteem by Colette Harris, Theresa Cheung
  4. Natural BabyCare: Pure and Soothing Recipes and Techniques for Mothers and Babies (Natural Health and Beauty Series) by Colleen K. Dodt
  5. Chamomile: Industrial Profiles (Medicinal and Aromatic Plants – Industrial Profiles) from CRC Press

Reference Links:

  1. Roman Chamomile by the University of Maryland Medical Center
  2. Chamaemelum nobile by Wikipedia
  3. Health Benefits of Camomile Essential Oil by Organic Facts
  4. Roman Chamomile – Effective Herb For Digestion Problems by Dr. Vikram Chauhan
  5. The Calming Power of Chamomile by Medical News Today
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