Chamomile Essential oil uses & benefits

chamomile essential oil

Chamomile essential oil: a soothing plant that works on all body systems

Throughout history, Chamomile was touted for its positive effects on plants growing nearby and Ancient Romans used it for courage during war-times. This plant soothes all body systems, has calming effects and helps improve the immune system.

Different Chamomile types serve different purposes. Chamomile is a plant used all over the world for food and drink.

Improve softness and youthful looks on skin and hair

Chamomile can also be used on hair and skin to add shine and softness and improve youthful looks. It’s ideal for those who have noticed their hair is starting to thin. Its cooling properties also work soothing on your scalp and prevents hair loss caused by inflammation. Scalp inflammation can often cause cell damage. Chamomile treats inflammation and restores the scalp to a healthy state. On top of that, it has a beautiful sweet, herbaceous aroma.

If you are looking for natural ways to help lighten your hair with natural solutions, you can give Chamomile Oil a try. You can add a few drops to your Chamomile Hair rinse, or you can try the following mixture of Dr. Axe, medical researcher and founder of

“Combine five drops chamomile essential oil with a tablespoon of sea salt and one-third cup of baking soda. Use warm water to create a paste and apply the mixture to your hair. Massage it into your scalp and at the base of your hair, then allow it to sit for about half an hour before rinsing it out. If you want a bolder effect, keep the paste on as you sit in the sun.”

Improve your sleep with Chamomile essential oil

To improve your sleep, you can apply some drops at the bottom of your feet or diffuse in your bedroom. Or add some drops to your tea to wind down and relax.

Chamomile oil rejuvenates, sedates and works as an anti-inflammatory

Chamomile is touted mostly for its anti-inflammatory properties and helps treat rheumatism, general inflammation and is used in many rejuvenation treatments. It is an indispensable oil, and a great help to ease nerves, tension, and angriness of your children (or your own).

In addition, chamomile helps treat inflammation of all kinds, sunburns, burns, eczema, psoriasis, asthma, hay fever, nausea, fever, sprains, nervousness, and gloomy moods.

Lastly, chamomile works sedative, analgesic, calming, diuretic, and is helpful for weaning of tranquillizers and manage anorexia nervosa.

My favorite oil is Therapeutic Roman Chamomile Oil of doTerra. I use this oil in my hair and skin blends all the time.

Common uses for Chamomile essential oil:

Allergies, anxiety, crying, dry skin problems, muscle spasms, neuralgia, shocks, tooth abscess, and wounds

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