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Organic Wild Chamomile

Organic Wild Chamomile

Ormenis mixta

Botanical Properties

Also called ormenis and Moroccan chamomile, this medicinal plant deserves much credit, due to its many properties and virtues. This plant belongs to the Asteraceae family.

Origin and history

Wild chamomile originates from Morocco.

Organoleptic properties

Aspect: liquid and limpid

Colour: greeny-yellow to clear

Odour: camphorous

Distilled parts: Steam distillation of the flowering tops

Country of origin: Marocco

Density: 0.900 - 0.920


Principal biochemical constituents: alpha-Pinene, santolina alcohol.

Allergenic molecules naturally found within this essential oil: Limonene.

Certain natural components within this essential oil may cause allergic reactions. Please do an allergy test on the skin in the crease of your elbow before using this product.


The principal active biochemical molecules in wild chamomile are sesquiterpenes (approximatively 40%), monoterpenes, and monoterpene ketones. It has a prominent reputation as an anti-inflammatory and an anxiolytic, whilst having nervous system balancing properties. It is also a bactericide, an anti-infective agent, and has the capacity to help regenerate the skin.


Wild chamomile essential oil is used against feelings of being overworked, intellectual fatigue, and depression. It also stimulates hepatic functioning. It can be used to fight skin problems, such as eczema, itching, and psoriasis.



Please consult your doctor before taking any treatment or therapy orally.

Oral administration:

2 drops a day of organic wild chamomile essential oil, with a little honey in a cup of tea, for all respiratory infections.

On the skin:

Mix 2 drops of wild chamomile essential oil with 5 ml of borage oil, to combat eczema.

In the bath:

In the bath, this oil will have a soothing action that will enable one to relax after a long and stressful day.

Possible synergies

Nervous shock: Petitgrain, for its sedative and antidepressant properties

Anti-ageing: Bourbon geranium, due to its anti-cellulite and anti-wrinkle active ingredients.

Energetic values and synergies

Wild chamomile essential oil activates the Manipura chakra, the third chakra which is linked to the celiac plexus. It is associated with the colour yellow and is related to the element of fire. Its malfunction can cause one to have an inferiority complex, be selfish, or nervous.

In synergy: Sandalwood

To balance emotions: Mix 10 drops of organic wild chamomile essential oil and 10 drops of organic citrus limonum essential oil in 30 ml of sesame oil. Massage the celiac plexus and the palms of your hands with it.


Flammable. Oral use only under medical advice. Keep out of reach of children. Unadvisable for children under the age of three, pregnant or lactating women. Do not apply to the skin before exposing oneself to the sun. Can be used in cooking. Do not apply neat to the skin.


The information given on this site regarding essential oils are only to be taken as indications. They do in no way, aim to replace any medical advice given by a qualified doctor. For all therapeutic uses, or if you wish to obtain more information on essential oils, please consult your doctor

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