Tanacetum annum 5ml
Ingredients: Pure Blue Tansy Flower and Stem Essential Oil
Main Constituents: Chamazulene, sabinene, camphor, and myrcene
Manufacture Process: Steam Distillation
Plant Part Used: Flower and Stem
Blue tansy is a member of the daisy family native to Europe and Asia. The ancient Greeks reportedly cultivated blue tansy for its healing properties and it achieved popularity as a beneficial botanical for the skin in Britain during the sixteenth century. The essential oil is obtained from the flowering aerial parts of the plant and prized for its unique charming scent and calming and restorative properties. The essential oil has a rich blue hue due to its chamazulene content.
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• Apply 1-2 drops of Améo Blue Tansy to soothe minor insect bites and stings
• Mix with Aloe & Coconut + Massage Blend and massage into overexerted muscles and joints
• Diffuse 5 or more drops in your favorite Améo diffuser to promote harmony of body, mind, emotions, and spirit
• Dilute and apply to the upper chest to support normal respiratory function
• Add 1-2 drops to the palms, rub together and inhale to promote confidence and enthusiasm
• Apply 1-2 drops with Améo Fractionated Coconut Oil to nourish and restore dry skin
The oil provides normal respiratory support to people during seasonal changes. When used topically, it is restorative to swollen and irritated areas, comforting to aggravated skin, and helps to soothe sore, tired muscles and joints. It helps to improve the appearance of minor cuts, scrapes, and bruises particularly when combined with other essential oils (like helichrysum and geranium). Its alluring aroma is harmonizing, boosts confidence, and promotes enthusiasm.
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DID YOU KNOW?
Blue tansy should not be confused with its closely related cousin the common tansy (Tanacetum vulgare). Blue tansy is devoid of the thujones found in common tansy, making it a milder and safer option for aromatherapy use. Blue tansy essential oil is produced from a seasonal crop that requires ideal conditions to produce a desirable composition.
Note: Améo Blue Tansy Essential Oil should be used for aromatic or topical use only. If pregnant or under the care of a physician, consult your medical practitioner prior to use. If any reaction or adverse effect occurs, discontinue use. Améo Blue Tansy is generally considered safe for use with children 2 and older. Keep out of reach of children.
Caution: Améo Blue Tansy Essential Oil can be a potential mucous membrane irritant. Use with caution on delicate skin types. Do not use if safety seal is broken.