Analgesic, anti-inflammatory (especially also for the mucous membranes) antispasmodic, menstrual stimulant,this oil triggers menstruation ( in girls for the first time or when long waited for within an existing cycle, and it does not continue), and also relieves painful or difficult periods. This oil can help reduce mood swings in PMS. Also a fine oil that relieves menopause symptoms. Relieves sore nipples.
Further anti-allergic, increases the ability to renew the skin, has a calming effect on the skin. Eczema, dermatitis and skin fungi, rosacea,
(excessive) acne, dry, itchy skin, psoriasis, (very) sensitive skin, chapped veins (rosacea) In chronic itching, Chamomile provides relief.
It can also be used for headaches, insomnia,
With liver or spleen congestion (congestion), it also strengthens the spleen and liver. Cleanses the blood and helps the liver to eliminate toxins.
Muscle spasms, nerve pain, nerve inflammation, sciatica, calms the nervous system, inflammation of muscles and joints, or other muscle and joint problems. neuralgia. clubfoot, restless legs, toothache, also when coming through and changing teeth, Asthma, intestinal parasites.
With chronic infections, Roman chamomile stimulates the production of white blood cells.
Be careful when you use this oil and you have a pollen allergy. You could also get hay fever-like symptoms. Chamomile is also known to cause skin rashes. Very contradictory when it does such a great job for sensitive skin. I must say that the people who I know reacted to it used it pure (undiluted) and that these people have had allergic skin reactions before.
It is less likely to cause a skin reaction if you dilute with a base oil when used on the skin. Max. 4% diluted on the skin.