Chamomile, Wild Moroccan Essential Oil

Chamomile, Wild Moroccan Essential Oil

Chamomile, Wild Moroccan Essential Oil
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Name: Chamomile oil, Wild Moroccan Essential Oil
Species: Ormenis mixta, fam. Asteraceae (Compositae)
Part: Flowering Tops
Method: Steam Distillation
Class: Monoterpenol
Country : Morocco

It should be a pale yellow to light brown mobile liquid not at all similar in appearance to the other Chamomile oils. It is actually a variety of Tansy.

The top notes are fresh-herbal and mildly camphoraceous and the body notes are sweet cistus-like pleasant ambra undertones.

Chemical and olfactory it is distinctly different from any other oil. It should not be treated as a replacement for Roman or German Chamomile.

Chamomile, Moroccan is a handsome plant, which grows between 90 to 125 cms high with very hairy leaves and tubular yellow, surrounded by white ligulets.

Chamomile, Moroccan is one of the more recent oils to appear on the market, and as such it does not have a long history of usage.

Chamomile, Moroccan is pale yellow to brownish yellow mobile liquid with a fresh-herbaceous top note and a sweet rich-balsamic undertone. It blends well with Cypress, Lavender, Lavandin, Vetiver, Cedarwood, Oakmoss, Labdanum, Olibanum and Artemisia Oils.

Moroccan chamomile essential oil is useful for treatment of depression, insomnia, headaches, eczema, painful periods and the menopause. It is a good tonic, an aphrodisiac, a decongestant, antiseptic, bactericidal and a general tonic. Moroccan chamomile is not technically a 'true' chamomile oil as both chemically and olfactory, it is quite different from Roman and German chamomile essential oils.
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