Floracopeia Clary Sage Essential Oil

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Floracopeia Clary Sage Essential Oil

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Blue chamomile's high azulene content is what endows it with its deep, rich blue color as well as its ability to nourish the body and mind.

1 Dram (3.75 mL)

About Blue Chamomile Essential Oil


German "blue" chamomile essential oil enhances a healthy inflammatory response and a wide range of other applications, including supporting halthy joint function
Blue chamomile’s therapeutill phases of life, including children. It is also soothing and supporti

Clary Sage Essential Oil, France

Salvia sclarea

Organic, France

 

Known as the “woman’s oil,” clary sage essential oil soothes stressed nerves and emotions provoked by the female hormonal cycle. Sweetly herbaceous.

 

1/2 fl oz (15 mL)

Clary Sage Essential Oil, France

Salvia sclarea

Organic, France

 

Known as the “woman’s oil,” clary sage essential oil soothes stressed nerves and emotions provoked by the female hormonal cycle. Sweetly herbaceous.

Clary Sage Essential Oil, France

Salvia sclarea

Organic, France

 

Known as the “woman’s oil,” clary sage essential oil soothes stressed nerves and l oz (15 mL)

1/2 fl oz (15 mL)

ve to musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal and reproductive systems. Gentle in its action, this variety of chamomile has a high level of safety.

How to Use Blue Chamomile Oil


Blue chamomile can be applied topically, as a compress, in the bath, through direct inhalation, or used with a diffuser.

Combine blue chamomile with yarrow and helichrysum oil in a carrier oil or applied topically to support a healthy inflammatory response.

Add a few drops to bath water before bedtime to promote calm, peaceful sleep.

Diffuse blue chamomile or apply several drops to soles of feet to support a healthy immune response and to enhance calm and relaxation.
 

Interesting Blue Chamomile Oil Information


Camomile's genus name, "matricaria," is derived from the Latin word "matrix," or womb, which refers to chamomile's widespread traditional use by women for gynecological health. The common name, "chamomile," is derived from the Greek word "chamos," or ground, which is a reference to this plant's low growing habit, and from "melos," or apple, for the sweet apple-like scent of its blossoms.

Though they share some therapeutic properties, oil its characteristic blue color. The azulene is not present in the fresh

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