I have never been a coffee lover, but I love tea—especially chamomile tea! A few months ago, I tried Roman Chamomile essential oil and it became one of my favorite oils. Chamomile is calming for the nervous system and helpful for the immune system. It is also soothing for the skin! Research articles on PubMed also show that chamomile can be used for hemorrhoids, carpal tunnel syndrome, and infant colic.
Throughout history, chamomile has been used to help with anxiety and has been used as a sleep aid. Chamomile has a beautiful, gentle, fruity smell. Need to relax after a long day? Place 2-3 drops (or more) in a diffuser, turn on some peaceful music, and put your feet up.
I use 1-2 drops of chamomile and lavender on my dry, itchy fingers. If you need help with calming your emotions, you can rub a couple of drops on your wrists, neck, or the backs of your feet.
When I had a cold a few months ago, I added 1-2 drops of Roman Chamomile oil, 1-2 drops of lemon oil, and honey into a mug of hot water. This tea was a sweet, soothing, immune-boosting tonic.
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