Chamomile essential oil AROMA: Delicate floral. COMPOSITION: 100% natural essential oil of camomile pharmaceutical. MEDICINE: Chamomile essential oil is quite a strong bactericidal agent, due to which it is widely used to treat colds associated with coughing, inflammation of the upper respiratory tract. Outwardly it is used to treat skin diseases, including allergic ones, conjunctivitis, ulcers. Good results were observed in the treatment of harpes, acne, psoriasis, burns. In the form of rinsing and lotions - an excellent tool for the treatment of periodontal disease. Chamomile essential oil is also used to treat diseases of the gastrointestinal tract: gastric and duodenal ulcers, colitis, loss of appetite, and disruption of secretory activity. It is an effective choleretic agent. COSMETOLOGY: Chamomile essential oil is useful for children's skin, also for fading skin, has the ability to smooth fine wrinkles, slightly whitens the skin. Manicurists use the use of chamomile essential oil in the treatment of nails, their layered ends, the removal of the cuticle. Aromatherapists believe that chamomile oil is well combined with the aroma of calendula, jasmine, sandalwood, ylang-ylang, yarrow, cardamom, bergamot. These ether mixtures are successfully added to the water when taking therapeutic baths. Cosmeticians use chamomile essential oil to treat seborrhea and restore sebaceous gland secretion. APPLICATION: 1. 1 drop for ingestion, 2 times a day with dried apricots or 2-3 times with jam or honey, washed down with kefir, juice or warm tea (1 drop can be replaced by mixing 4-6 drops of oil with 100 ml sweet sauce, jam or honey, followed by taking 1 tsp mixture (up to 4 times a day); 2. Not more than 1-2 drops for hot or cold inhalations, while the procedure time is better to limit the maximum 7 minutes; 3. From 4 to 7 drops for aromatic baths, both general and sedentary, and about 3-4 drops for foot baths; 4. From 2 to 4 drops for flavoring the air in a bath or sauna, for microclysters (for a tablespoon of oil from wheat germ or a hunting base); 5. 2 to 3 drops for rinsing, diluting the oil in honey or soda and then mixing with a glass of heated but not too hot water; 6. From 3 to 7 drops for massage or rubbing, diluted in 10 ml of the base; 7. From 15 to 20 drops of chamomile oil mixed with a double dose of wheat germ oil, St. John's wort or black cumin for warm compresses and appliqués; 8. 3-4 drops of chamomile oil, diluted in two teaspoons of St. John's wort as nasal drops (3 drops every hour), and in the same dosage for aroma lamps and douches (per cup of warm water when dissolved in soda); 9. Pure oil in the right amount for applications; 10. 3 drops of chamomile oil per 50 g of vodka for a refreshing and deodorizing lotion. CONTRAINDICATIONS: Chamomile oil stimulates menstruation, so in the first months of pregnancy you should refrain from use. Chamomile "cancels" the effect of homeopathic medicines, therefore this essential oil is considered incompatible with homeopathy. It is necessary to check the fragrance for individual tolerance. STORAGE CONDITIONS: Store at a temperature of from +5 to + 25 gr. PACKING: 8 ml Please note that the packaging may differ slightly from that shown in the photo.