The fragrance of Chamomile is like a piercing but refined ray from the start. This unique olfactory aura is as aromatic as it is floral or fruity, and subtly evokes a certain herbaceous mountain flora and the singular brandies that come from it.
Moreover, taking its age-old name from “little apple” specifically for its fragrance, one can appreciate its ripe fruit facets bringing a unique touch to any type of composition.
Mandora / Clary Sage / Geranium / Damiana / Patchouli
Used sparingly, Chamomile inevitably adds a little something, a binding agent or a point of contrast, in various compositions : aromatic, fruity, floral, chypre or woody.
Aromatic Elixir perfume and its variations use a more widespread but fundamentally similar scent note : Chamomile Matricaria. This note can also be found in “L’Eau Chic” by Nicolaï, “Eau du Printemps” by L’Artisan Parfumeur or “Back to Black” by Killian.
Sit comfortably, close your eyes and inhale its incredible aroma. Immediately, the muscles relax, you find yourself soothed and relaxed. A magnificent ally for moments of stress!
• Calms stress and anxiety
• Fight against depression
• Helps to take a step back
• Soothes in case of nervous shock
• Fight against insomnia
Tips for use
• 5 drops in a diffuser
• a few drops on a ceramic pebble to place in a closet or a living room
• on a wet cloth, let it infuse, inhale deeply several times a day
For more details and to know if an oil is right for you and the best use for you, do not hesitate to contact an olfactotherapist.
• Anti-inflammatory ++
• Antispasmodic +++
• Calming +++
• Antalgic +
• Sedative +
Tips for use
For your safety and that of your loved ones, consider consulting a professional aromatherapist.
Cape Chamomile essential oil does not currently have a FEMA* number
*The FEMA number is an international food safety number. It is essential to be able to use them in the kitchen, without it, you are not allowed to consume them. Le Sourceur rejects any responsibility in case of non respect of these rules. Essential oils are also very concentrated, a single drop is often enough to flavor your cold dishes, when we consider a maximum of 2 to 3 drops on a hot dish. Be careful with their use in cooking, too much of them can be dangerous or even fatal. If in doubt, contact a specialist.
Type of culture : Traditional
Harvest : September
Extraction method : Hydrodistillation
Production capacity : A few kilos per year
Type of product : 100% pure and natural essential oil
• Light to dark blue oil
• Fruity, floral and herbaceous scent
• Appearance Liquid
• Fatty esters
• Fatty aldehydes
• Density : 0.880-0.930
• Flash point : 49°C
CAS registry Number : 94334-04-4
Batch Number : EPC/ADS/AMB/0422
Shelf life : end of 2025
Essential oils are sensitive to UV radiation and to the progressive evaporation of their constituents. It is therefore imperative to keep them in a colored glass or aluminum bottle with a tight seal at a temperature between 5°C and 40°C.
DANGER : Before any use of essential oils read imperatively the precautions for use.
May cause skin allergy / In large quantities : May be fatal if swallowed and enters respiratory tract / Toxic to aquatic organisms, causes long-term effects / IF SWALLOWED : call a POISON CENTER or doctor immediately / Do not induce vomiting / IF ON SKIN : wash with plenty of soap and water / IF ON EYES : apply vegetable oil, then rinse with water / If irritation or rash occurs, call a doctor: wash with plenty of soap and water / IF IN EYES: apply vegetable oil liberally, then rinse with water / If irritation or rash occurs: seek medical attention (keep container available) / Keep away from direct heat / Keep out of reach of children / Do not use on pregnant or nursing women and children under 6 years of age.
The information provided on the Le Sourceur site is intended to be informative. They are derived from laboratory research and books published by health professionals but can in no way replace a doctor’s prescription. Le Sourceur declines all responsibility for self-medication.
On the internet
• INCI Beauty – Eriocephalus Punctulatus
• Wikipedia – Chamomile
Kathy Vandevelde for her expertise in olfactotherapy
Adrien Blanc for his expertise in perfume