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What is Chamomile Oil?
Chamomile oil is extracted from the flowers of the chamomile plant, which is very popular as a flowering plant.   There are two types of chamomile, the Roman chamomile, which is scientifically known as Anthemis nobilis and the German chamomile, whose scientific name is Matricaria chamomilla. Although the essential oils extracted from both varieties are quite similar in some medicinal properties, their composition is different and they do possess certain specific qualities that are worth noting.
Roman chamomile oil is composed of alpha pinene, beta pinene, camphene, caryophyllene, sabinene, myrcene, gamma-terpinene, pinocarvone, farsenol, cineole, propyl angelate, and butyl angelate. German chamomile oil, on the other hand, is composed of azulene (also called chamazulene), alpha bisabolol, bisabolol oxide-A & B, and bisabolene oxide-A.
While Roman chamomile oil is more calming and works as a better emmenagogue, German chamomile oil is a very powerful anti-inflammatory agent due to the presence of a compound called azulene. Azulene is a nitrogenous compound which is responsible for giving the oil its characteristic deep blue color. There are several other medicinal properties of chamomile oil, and the properties given below include those of the Roman as well as the German variety, except where mentioned otherwise.
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Removes Toxic Agents
As a sudorific, both varieties of chamomile oil induce profuse perspiration, which helps to remove toxins and agents that cause infections while simultaneously cooling down the body and effectively providing relief from fever, thus serving as a febrifuge.
Both varieties have very good antiseptic and antibiotic properties which do not let biotic infections develop, which arise due to bacteria and fungi. They also eliminate infections that are already present. These are good vermifuge agents as well, which kill all sorts of intestinal worms. If applied to the hair, it kills lice and mites, keeping the hair and scalp free from infections and damage.