Blue chamomile is an aromatic annual plant. This herb has daisy-like flowers with drooping white ligules revealing a bright-yellow center. The flower heads bloom in summer and fall, are harvested in full bloom between March and May, and are dried before being distilled. The resulting essential oil is herbaceous, with dry notes of tobacco and hay. Blue chamomile is a wild plant that can be found throughout Europe. Cultivated in abundance in Hungary and exported to Germany for distillation, it also came be known as German or Hungarian chamomile. Blue chamomile has also existed in Egypt since the days of the pharaohs and is now widely cultivated on the fertile lands of that country.
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- Geranium oil is obtained by the steam distillation of the flowers , stem & fresh complete herb of the herb pelargonium graveolens.
- Common name: Egyptian geranium essential oil
- Botanical name: Pelargonium graveolens
- Cultivation: Cultivated
- Method of extraction: Steam distillation of pelargonium graveolens
- Colour and appearance: Pale yellow, pale green to yellow – green , clear liquid.
- Odour: Sweet rose-like aroma,minty , fresh