Angelica archangelica
Pelargonium graveolens
Rosemarinus officinalis
Turnera diffusa (var. aphrodisica)
Ocimum basilicum
Commiphora myrrha
Boswellia Carterii var. thurifera
Leptospermum ericoides
Foeniculum vulgare (var. dulce)
citrus limonium

Roman Chamomile

Anthemis nobilis
Botanical name: 
Anthemis nobilis

Fresh and sunny

Please note: The information below is meant to give a brief outline of how an oil can be applied by a trained aromatherapist.
Please do not use this information as a guide for how to use essential oils at home.

Properties and applications: 
Analgesic - local pain relief
Anti Spasmodic - cramps, colic, nausea, nervous diarrhoea, asthma
Menstrual Regulator - irregular or heavy periods
Carminative - indigestion, flatulence, sluggish digestion
Hormone Regulator - irregular periods, pms, menopause, oedema,
Sedative - panic, shock, hysteria, fear, nervous conditions, insomnia
Anti-inflammatory - rashes, inflamed skin, allergy,
Country of origin: 
British Isles, across southern and western Europe
Part of plant used: 
Method of extraction: 
Steam distillation
Blends with: 
Florals and herbs and most oils.
Chemical character: 
Ester type
Safety information: 
No known contra-indications. Safe for use with babies and children.
Odour profile: 
Apple and 'pear drop', with straw notes.
Plant description: 
small creeping herb with large daisy like flowers.
Historical use: 
Called Manzanila in Spain because of its appley aroma, it is used for alleviating nervous tension. Chamomile tea is said to be calming and an aid to sleep.