Chamomile Roman Essential Oil- Quantity- 10 ml
Botanical name- Anthemis nobilis L
Origin -United Kingdom
Processing Method -Steam Distillation
Color/Consistency- A thin light bluish to yellow liquid.
Aromatic Summary / Note / Strength of Aroma A strong middle note, Roman Chamomile has a fragrance like apples and sweet straw, and is considered the finest smelling of all chamomiles.
Product Abstract -There are several types of chamomile essential oil used in aromatherapy, and this makes it vital that you choose the correct type of oil for the therapeutic properties that you require. Roman chamomile essential oil is the most popular of the three types of chamomile oils used in aromatherapy, possibly due to its vast range of healing properties and amazing versatility. Most people seem to prefer the fragrance of Roman chamomile oil to that of either the German or Maroc, and it certainly blends well with a very wide range of essential oils.
The Latin name for Roman chamomile is most commonly given in aromatherapy and botanical books as Anthemis nobilis (Linnaeus), but there has been a growing trend of late to refer to this plant as Chamaemelum nobile. Both names are correct and do refer to the same plant and not a different sub-species.
Isobutyl angelate 0–37.4%
Butyl angelate 0–34.9%
3-Methylpentyl angelate 0–22.7%
Isobutyl butyrate 0–20.5%
Isoamyl angelate 8.4–17.9%
2-Methyl-2-propenyl angelate 0–13.1%
3-Methylpentyl isobutyrate 0–12.5%
2-Methyl-2-propyl angelate 0–7.4%
Camphene 0–6.0% Borneol 0–5.0%
Hexyl butyrate 0–3.9%
Isobutyl isobutyrate 0–3.7%
Isoamyl isobutyrate 0–3.1%
Isoamyl 2-methylbutyrate 0–2.8%
2-Methylbutyl 2-methylbutyrate 0–2.7%
Isoamyl butyrate 0–2.6%
Isoamyl methacrylate 0–1.5%
Propyl angelate 0–1.1%
May be harmful by inhalation or if swallowed.
Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
Ask for advice if you are pregnant.
Not suitable for infants.
Store dry and cool.
Keep out of reach of children and animals.
For external use only.