Chamomile German CO2 Total Oil
Relieve - Soreness
Massage your knees with a German chamomile CO2 salve. It blends beautifully with juniper berry in massage butters!
Complexion - Skincare
Dilute German Chamomile CO2 in aloe vera gel to comfort and protect acute skin issues.
Relieve - Muscle Spasms
Comfort overworked muscles after a strenuous workout with German chamomile CO2 diluted in jojoba.
Safety & Shelf Life
Safety & Warnings
Non-toxic, non-irritating unless oxidized. According toEssential Oil Safety by Tisserand and Young (second edition), oils containing farnesene and alpha-bisabolol (German Chamomile) inhibit some metabolizing enzymes (CYP2D6) and could potentiate the actions of some antidepressants such as quinidine, fluoxetine and paroxetine. Used topically or orally German Chamomile could also have drug interaction with codeine and tamoxifen.
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