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CELESTIAL ® CHAMOMILE GERMAN ORGANIC THERAPEUTIC GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL

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  • CELESTIAL ® CHAMOMILE GERMAN ORGANIC THERAPEUTIC GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL
  • CELESTIAL ® CHAMOMILE GERMAN ORGANIC THERAPEUTIC GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL
  • CELESTIAL ® CHAMOMILE GERMAN ORGANIC THERAPEUTIC GRADE ESSENTIAL OIL
$24.00

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Product Description
Can be diffused, used in direct inhalation, and applied topically (if applying topically always dilute to 5% in carrier oil before using direct on skin.) We have a premixed product ready to use on skin -

Experience the pleasure of Therapeutic Grade Essential Oil CHAMOMILE GERMAN
This amazing oil has many uses including lifting the spirits and is great for hay fever and allergies.
​​​​​​​​​​​​​​It comes in a professional glass amber bottle with dropper so you can easily use it in your diffuser or oil burner with ease without oil going everywhere.
Botanical Name: Matricaria chamomilia
Organic
Colour: Blue
Method: steam distillation
Origin: Nepal
Note: Middle Note
It has a characteristic deep azure blue color, has a warm, sweet, fruity, full-bodied herbaceous aroma.
Blends well with: Bergamot, Cedarwood, Clary Sage, Geranium, Grapefruit, Jasmine, Labdanum, Lavender, Lemon, and Oakmoss.
There are a number of ways that essential oils can be used:
Topical Application
Because the molecular composition of essential oils is quite simple they are easily absorbed into the human body through the skin. Most essential oils are too strong to be applied directly to the skin or what is referred to as neat to the skin.
The solution to this is to use a good quality carrier oil such as jojoba, almond oil or something similar. The breakdown being 93% to 95% carrier oil and around 5% to 7% essential oil.
For persons who are extremely sensitive a small patch test on the inner wrist or inner elbow can also be a good idea.
Celestial Oils® have a range of premixed pure essential oils and organic jojoba oil for your convenience where all the work is already done thereby taking all the guess work out of the mixing process
Scent
When you inhale a fragrance, its scent molecules enter your nose where they remain in a part of the nasal lining. Within this lining is the olfactory epithelium. This is a specialized tissue containing receptor neurons that become containers for the scent molecules.
These receptors send electrical impulses to the brain’s olfactory bulb. The center of the sense of smell. The olfactory bulb then sends these signals to other parts of the body including the limbic system of the brain.
As the limbic system is directly connected to parts of the brain that controls the autonomic nervous system, essential oils can be wonderfully relaxing, or stimulating depending on the scent.
Bath
Another gentle and easy way to enjoy the properties of essential oils is to add several drops to a bath. You can even add some to the shower floor when having a shower. The feet have large pores which will open even further with the warm water and absorb the essential oils. The heat will cause the pleasant scents to flow upwards.

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