Atlantic Aromatics, Camomile German Organic 2.5g
Atlantic Aromatics is family business based in Ireland and is widely distributed around the country as well as in the UK, Germany & Japan.
The only focus driving Atlantic Aromatics is towards quality and only quality.
Most of the oils offered are either Certified Organic or Sustainably Wild Crafted.
This work with nature translates as well in a reduction of wasteful unnecessary packaging. That is why the oils do not come in a box and are delivered as the photo shown.
An addition plus point is you pay for quality and not fancy packaging and marketing.2.5g is just under 3mL.
Soothing and calming German Camomile will help you relax for sleep.
Also a very good help for skin inflammations such as acne, eczema, rashes. Mix in a carrier oil such as Jojoba together with Frankincense, Lavender and Helichrysum for a very efficient skin soothing
It has a strong, warm and herbaceous aroma and is a dark inky-blue colour.
Chamomile German essential oil blends well with neroli, clary sage, bergamot, patchouli, lavender, jasmine, rose otto, benzoin, marjoram, lemon, ylang ylang and geranium.Botanical name: Matricaria camomilla
Extraction method: steam distillation
Part of plant: flowering tops
Origin: Bulgaria - certified organic
Info: Less sweet smelling than the Roman Camomile, this oil is used in massage blends for joints and muscles
Directions & Dosage :
Correct Dosage and Blends
Massage blends should be between 0.5% and 3% depending on the situation. For young children, the elderly, during pregnancy and when dealing with skin conditions, use the smaller % (generally 1% or less). Pls. See note on Pregnancy under Cautions. For babies, approximately 0.5% (lavender and camomile are the two essential oils recommended for use with babies)
Aromatic Baths An easy, enjoyable way of using oils is to add 6 - 10 drops maximum to a bath. Relax and inhale the vapour. For a childs bath or those with sensitive skin add 2 drops only and dilute in vegetable oil such as almond or grapeseed before adding to the bath. A footbath has many of the benefits of a full bath whilst saving time and water.
Inhalations Add 2 to 4 drops of oil into a bowl of steaming hot water and inhale. Oils may also be inhaled by putting a few drops on a tissue.
Vapourisation In an oil burner the heat from a night light candle can be used to vaporise a few drops of essential oil. Depending on the size of the room and ventilation add between 5 and 15 drops to the bowl of the burner and fill with water. Note: never leave a lit night light unattended or beside curtains
Perfumes Some oils, like Neroli, Jasmin, Patchouli, Sandalwood and YlangYlang, can be used undiluted as perfumes. Dab on a tiny amount.
Massage Often the most effective way of using essential oils is by massaging it in with a carrier oil (see safety notes on blending above). As the oil passes through the skin into the blood stream, the therapeutic actions of the oil and the massage combine together and enhance each others effectiveness.
Compress Fill a basin with water, sprinkle in 4 drops of oil, dip a cloth in the water, squeeze out and apply. Compresses may be used Hot for arthritic /rheumatic pain or Cold for headaches, sprains etc.
Storage Essential oils will keep for at least a year (and in most cases longer) provided they are stored in a cool dark place.
Ingredients & Nutrition Facts :
steam distillation of flowering tops ofMatricaria camomilla