Source – SAS Matieres Premieres Essentielles. Country of origin- Egypt
Odor Description: Green, herbaceous, hay, tea, woody and floral with a tropical fruity undertone.
German or Egyptian (blue chamomile), has a higher azulene content than its Roman counterpart. This constituent also gives the oil its characteristic blue color. The azulene is not present in the fresh flower itself but is produced during the process of distillation.Blue chamomile was highly regarded by ancient Egyptians for its healing properties, was and is widely employed in Latin American folk medicine, and is today one of the most commonly used healing herbs, particularly in the form of teas and tinctures, in the West.