Chamomile Essential Oil

His mother put him to bed, and made some chamomile tea and she gave a dose of it to Peter.”
— beatrix potter

These daisy-like flowers with their soft, earthy scent are one of the oldest and most trusted herbs to heal and soothe. To the Anglo Saxons, chamomile was one of the nine sacred herbs and it was an essential plant in monastery gardens. It has long held associations with unification, protection, sleep and meditation. Chamomile plants near windows and doors were said to guard the home against evil spirits and washing one’s hand in chamomile water was believed to attract wealth. Often used in traditional blessings, newborn babies were bathed in chamomile water and the flowers were sewn into pillows to promote drowsiness and peaceful sleep. 

USES: Lifts mood, lowers stress, regulates sleep

SOURCE: Anthemis Nobilis, sourced throughout UK

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Amy Wright