Roman Chamomile Dilute Essential Oil
Roman chamomile essential oil is derived from the plant group Asteraceae's Anthemis nobilis (Chamaemelum Nobile), formerly in the tribe Compositae. It is also known as chamomile of French, chamomile of sweet and chamomile of the flower.
The pure oil is far more important than the diluted version (as you might imagine). 100% Pure Chamomile essential oil is of superior quality, can be used more wisely, will last longer and will yield better results.
Anthemis Nobilis/ Chamaemelum Nobile
Method of Extraction
Plant Part Typically Used
Gray/Very Pale Blue
Roman Chamomile Essential Oil smells crisp, sweet, fruity and herbaceous.
arious uses have been used throughout the production of roman chamomile essential oil (Chamaemelum Nobile or Anthemis nobilis).
German chamomile essential oil is derived from the same genus as Matricaria Chamomilla (M. recutica) and is also identified by the names of chamomile gray, chamomile Hungarian and chamomile single.
It is said that it was nicknamed the "plant surgeon" because it allegedly benefited any nearby plants. Its fragrance is fruity-herby, sweet and very relaxing.
The essential oil of the Roman chamomile has a sweet, apple-like scent and is very light blue with a watery viscosity, while the soft, straw-like aroma of the German chamomile oil is dark blue with mild viscosity.
Anthemis Nobilis is frequently referred to as Chamomile Roman or English to create this exquisite essential oil, the delicate daisy-like flowers are steamed distilled.
German chamomile oil is primarily produced in Hungary, Egypt Eastern Europe, and France, and Roman chamomile is grown in Germany Belgium, Spain, Italy Morocco, and Algeria.
Roman chamomile is a small annual herb with a hairy stem and feathery pinnate leaves, daisy as white flowers (larger than German chamomile flowers) and develops about 25 cm long.