Blue Tansy Essential Oil

Botanical Name

Alternative Names

Tanacetum annuum

Chamomile Tansy

Source Location

Plant part used

Morocco

flowers

Extraction Method

Color

Steam distilled

Deep blue

Consistency

Aroma Strength

Medium

Strong

Fragrance

Similar to Blue German Chamomile, reminiscent of blueberries

Benefits/Uses/Systems

Skin issues, care, burns, sunburn, bruises, rashes, itches and swelling; respiratory support, emphysema, asthma, sinus congestion, common cold, sneezing; muscle aches, strains, sprains, sciatica, arthritis and rheumatism; digestive issues, hiccups, fever, bacterial or viral infections, mumps, measles, chicken pox; stimulates endocrine hormone production, especially thyroid and thymus; parasitic infestations, round worms, tape worms and hook worms; anxiety, depression, impulsive behavior, eases nervous tension, stress and calms

Blends Well With

Lemongrass, Rosemary, Helichrysum, Cypress, Pine. Chamomile, Fir and Spruce

Main Constituents

Limonene, chamazulene, 3,6-dihydrochamazulene, champhor

Properties

analgesic, antihistamine, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, sedative, antifungal, antiviral, febrifuge, insecticide, hormone stimulant,  vermifuge, diaphoretic, emmenagogue, hypotensive, tonic,

Safety

Non-toxic and a non-irritant when used diluted and in blends. Note: the blue color will stain skin and clothing. Avoid when pregnant, or on children or infants