Blue Chamomile Essential Oil
Chamomile recutita (L.)
Matricaria recutita (L.)
Africa, Europe and Asia
Matricaria recutita, a member of the Compositae (Asteraceae, daisy) family, is an annual that can grow as tall as 1 m in the right soil (usually up to 60 cm). The alternate leaves are bipinnatisect, delicately lobed and thread-like, ending in a point. The flower consists of 12 to 16 white ligules (ray florets, 10 to 15 mm long) surrounding the central mound of tiny yellow flowers (disc florets, five-lobed), which are embedded in a hollow, conical receptacle. The flower head is 1.2 to 2.4 cm in diameter. The light-coloured fruits are very small achenes, without outside oil glands. Chamomile has been used medicinally for thousands of years and was known by ancient Greek, Roman, and Egyptian cultures. Chamomilla recutita (Asteraceae) is used worldwide as a soothing, anti-inflammatory and aromatherapy.
Content of Essential Oil:
0.5% – 1.5% essential oil
Chamazulene (0% – 15%), ( __ )-a-Bisabolol (10% – 25%), Bisabolol oxide A, B, C (10%- 25%), Acetylenes (cis- and trans-ene-ine-dicycloether, 1%-40%), Farnesene (15%), Bisabolon oxide A, Spathulenol, Flavonoids
Blue Chamomile is one of the most popular herbal ingredients used in cosmetics and personal care products. Chamomile (Matricaria Recutita) is approved by Commission E to treat cough and bronchitis, fevers, cold, inflammation, infection, wounds, and burns.
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*The concentrated extracts of APOTEC BAY are raw materials for product formulation. Accordingly, they are not intended for any direct consumption in food and beverage and/or for undiluted topical application in cosmetics, perfumery, and aromatherapy.
*Keep away from children.
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