Organic Blue Tansy Essential Oil (Tanacetum annuum)


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Botanical Name - Tanacetum annuum

Caution - Contraindicated for use withconventional medicine. Contraindicated with an endocrine imbalance in women.Not for use in pregnancy. Use for a limited period.

Aroma - Sweet, fruity and herbaceous

Extraction - Steam distillation 
Part of Plant - Flowering tops

Country of Origin - Morocco

Chemical Constituents - Chamazulene (responsible for the deep blue colour of the oil),b-myrcene, camphor, sabinene

Uses - Cooling and soothing. Supports the respiratory system and calms the nervous system. Harmonises and balances the emotions by easing feelings of stress, anxiety and sadness. Excellent in skincare, particularly with irritated, eczema, sunburned or blemished skin.

*May stain light coloured fabrics.

Also known as - Moroccan Tansy, Moroccan Chamomile andBlue Chamomile.

Organic Certificate - Thisessential oil is certified organic by the Soil Association, it has beenproduced to the highest ethical and environmental standards.

Storage - Store oil in cool dark place and keep out ofreach of children 

**Safety Alert**

Avoid use of essential oils (unless undermedical supervision) if:

  • You are pregnant
  • You have a skin condition
  • You have asthma
  • You have severe allergies
  • You have epilepsy or are prone to seizures
  • You have heart disease
  • You have high blood pressure
  • You are on a course of treatment withprescribed medication

Rules for safe usage:

  • Many essential oils are too powerful to beapplied directly to the skin undiluted (also known as “neat”), they must bediluted with a neutral carrier oil, such as jojoba oil, to avoid irritation.
  • Never use essential oils on or around the eyesor mucous membranes.
  • Several oils, like bergamot and other citrus,can cause allergic sensitivity to the sun and should be used with caution.
  • Children and the elderly can be extrasensitive to the effects of essential oils.
  • Essential oils are flammable, so keep themaway from open flames.
  • Never ingest essential oils unless it is underthe close supervision and prescription of a clinically-trained medical oraromatherapeutic professional. Some oils can be toxic, and if taken internallymay be fatal. If you don’t know the specific chemistry of the oil, do not takeit internally.