Chamomile (Blue/German) EO (Organic)

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EU customers – Due to EU organic regulatory requirement we are obligated to provide additional information on labels that our current retail labels don’t provide and thus we will be using a generic label that meets EU organic labeling requirement.

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Oil Summary: uh*Roh*Muh German Chamomile (Chamomilla recutita or Matricaria recutita) Essential Oil is steam distilled from the flowerheads, producing a blue tinted oil whose aroma is strong, herbaceous, slightly floral, and hay-like.

Quality Guaranteed! uh*Roh*Muh German Chamomile oil is 100% pure and certified organic. Oil is GC-MS tested, with no synthetic adulterations.

The Calming Aroma of German Chamomile

People have been using German chamomile flowers for centuries, touting a calming effect. Scientific studies have shown that the herb may help reduce anxiety and insomnia. Read More

German chamomile is an aromatic delight to add to a cool mist diffuser. Combine it with other relaxing essential oil aromas like patchouli, lavender, cedarwood, bergamot, helichrysum, geranium, or vetiver.

German Chamomile for the Skin

German chamomile extracts have been used as a folk remedy to help with mild wounds, itching, and inflammation. Some studies have demonstrated the benefits of German chamomile to soothe topical issues. Read More

What is the difference between German and Roman chamomile?

German chamomile is much higher in the sesquiterpene derivatives: alpha-bisabolol and chamazulene. This gives it a more distinct blue color and notably relaxing aroma.? Read more:? Roman vs German


How to Use

For topical use, German chamomile essential oil should be diluted to 2% in a carrier oil. This equals about 10 drops of essential oil in one ounce of a carrier oil, like jojoba or sweet almond oil. Skin patch test before use if you have sensitive skin. Avoid if you have allergies to plants in the Asteraceae family.

For aromatherapy, German chamomile essential oil can be enjoyed in a diffuser, or a few drops can be sprinkled on dried potpourri.


For external use only. Skin patch test before use with sensitive skin. Avoid with allergies to plants in the Asteraceae family, such as ragweed. Avoid with certain medical conditions. Avoid with young children. Keep out of reach of children. Keep out of eyes, and sensitive areas. Flammable.

Make sure the lid is screwed shut and store in a cool, dry place.


This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent disease. Statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration.


Botanical Name: Chamomilla recutita L. syn. Matricaria chamomilla

Plant Origin: Egypt

Processing Method: Steam distillation

Plant Part: Flowers-Flowering Tops

Odor and Color: Deep blue-black to blue-green liquid. Herbaceous hay-like with fruity alcoholic beverage note, tobacco aspect after a few minutes.

Contraindication: Anyone with existing seasonal allergy symptoms should exercise caution when using chamomile oil. For skin treatment, it’s a good idea to do a patch test on a small, insensitive part of the skin to make sure you don’t have any unpleasant reactions to chamomile.

German chamomile might be a mild emmenagogue only in extremely high doses. Properly diluted, both are safe to use during pregnancy.

*?This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent disease. Statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration.*?

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3 reviews for Chamomile (Blue/German) EO (Organic)

  1. Joanne Flowers (verified owner)

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Excellent quality organic EO.

  3. Howard H. (verified owner)

    Outstanding Blue Chamomile consistently the best I have used ever. I make lineaments out of it. 5 Star products.

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