Oshadhi Roman Chamomile Certified Organic-Grade Essential Oil 1ml
Ingredients: Anthemis nobilis
How to Use: Apply topically dilute with fractionated Coconut Oil which we offer. Great for sensitive skin
Purity: Certified Organic Therapeutic Grade essential oils are guaranteed to be pure and natural and free of synthetic compounds or contaminates by Eco-Cert, a third party who audits the growing and handling of the oils that get that certification under international rules which ensure that 'organic' means 'organic', that is, no use of artificial herbicides, pesticides, fungicides or fertilizers and no GMO materials.. Oshadhi received an ISO certificate for Good Manufacturing Procedure (GMP). ISO is an international standard used to measure the professionalism, organization, and controls of companies engaged in various types of industry. This audit involves extensive review of protocols, practices, procedures, training and management of products, storage and the blending and packaging of the products. Obtaining third party certification of this kind is costly and requires a strong set of quality control guidelines, protocols and practices throughout the operation of the company. The third party auditor is Eco-Control, a recognized auditing firm in the field of cosmetics GMP procedures.
Some highlights of our products:
- Oshadhi Quality: Clarity, Purity & Energy of each oil inspected
- Oshadhi employs a wide range of standard scientific testing techniques to ensure that oils are pure and free of contaminates, synthetic admixtures and that the end result is 100 percent pure.
- Never tested on animals
- Organic certification conducted by Eco-Cert
- Third party auditor is Eco-Control
- Tests thru Oshadhi include optical rotation, refraction, density, gas chromatography or mass spectrography
- Trained olfactory sense experts
Natural Benefits of Roman Chamomile
This is a small, stocky, perennial herb. The whole plant has an apple-like scent. This herb according to herbal/folk traditions has had a medical reputation in europe and in the mediterranean region for centuries. The Saxons' called this herb 'maythen'. It was also held to be a plant physician since it promoted the health of plants nerby. In use of this plant, we find it being used to help dyspepsia, nausea, vomiting in pregnancy and with mental stress. The plant actions are: analgesic, anti-anaemic, bacteriacidal, nerve sedative, digestive, antiseptic. Of course there are more things that we've seen this essential oil be used for. Safety Data suggests that it is non-toxic, non-irritating, but could cause dermatitis in some individuals. Consider if you are allergic to the oil as it is strongly related to ragweed.This plant contains esters for balancing and soothing; It also contains sesqui-terpenes so it is used as an anti inflammatory oil.
Additional Uses of Roman Chamomile Oil
- Use topically with fractionated coconut oil or jojoba oil as a daily hydrating oil blend
- Add a few drops to a perfume since it is a middle note oil.
- Add a few drops with neroli, marjoram and lavender to create a relaxing bath oil, bath salt or massage oil.
- Combine 3 drops of chamomile with 6 drops of cypress, 3 drops of myrtle, 2 drops of frankincense and 1 ounce of St John's wort oil for a terrific formula for those varicose veins.
Natural Solutions does not make any health claims. Essential oils are naturally safe and have few, if any, undesirable side effects when used as directed. They are, however, powerfully concentrated and should be used with care. Be sure to use only pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils and follow all label warnings and instructions. Essential oils should never be used in the eyes or inside the ear cancal. If redness or irritation occurs when using essential oils topically, simply apply a vegatable oil such as fractionated coconut oil to the affected area - water will not dilute essential oils. Consult your physician before using essential oils if you are pregnant or under a doctor's care.