Chamomile, known by gardeners as a “companion plant” and “plant’s physician,” was a staple in English gardens.
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Chamomile, known by gardeners as a “companion plant” and “plant’s physician,” was a staple in English gardens because it is said to protect other plants' health, even preventing greenhouse seedlings from “damping off.” It has calming, pain-soothing, and skin-beneficial properties.
Take a look at these recipes you can make with Chamomile (German) Essential Oil!
Warm and Relaxing Bath
Add a few drops of Chamomile (German) to 1 ounce of milk or 1 teaspoon carrier oil; add this mix to ½ cup of Epsom salts and gently swirl in the water.
Healing Skin Oil
Blend the essential oils in the carrier oils. Apply gently to damaged skin or scars 5-6 times daily over 2-3 months.
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