German Chamomile Essential Oil
German Chamomile has a strong, sweet, herbal and slightly fruity aroma. When the flowers of this plant are steam distilled, a beautiful blue oil is released which is one of the most powerful healing oils available. Its anti-inflammatory and cooling actions are highly effective for relieving pain and heat. It is also great for superficial inflammations such as rashes, insect bites and burns. It is very soothing and calms feelings of anger or frustration and is used when dealing with stress related conditions. German Chamomile is one of the gentler essential oils and is often used when treating children for injuries and stress relief.
Features & Benefits
digestive upset, such as indigestion, nausea, or gas
wound healing, including ulcers and sores
easing skin conditions like eczema or rashes
anti-inflammation and pain relief for conditions like back pain, neuralgia, or arthritis
Works Well With:
Sweet, herbaceous, floral aroma
Add a few drops to lotions, shampoos, and skin care products for a classic aroma and more youthful complexion.
Add 4 drops of Lavender and 1 cup of Epsom salt to a bath to create a relaxing environment.
Unwind in the evening with a calming, Lavender-infused neck or back massage.
Use Lavender as part of a bedtime routine by rubbing it on the bottoms of your feet or diffusing it next to your bed.
Add it to V-6™ Vegetable Oil Complex and apply topically to soothe the skin after a day in the sun.
Where to Diffuse
Fill your bedroom with Lavender’s calming aroma in the evening for a soothing space conducive to sleep.
Infuse the nursery with the gentle floral scent during naptime for a welcoming and restful environment that sets your little one up for sweet dreams.
Unwind with a spa-like setting anywhere by combining Lavender with other luxurious scents such as Eucalyptus, Bergamot, or Cedarwood.
Lavender essential oil has a floral, calming scent that can be used aromatically or topically. With its many benefits, Lavender is one of our most popular products.
Topical: Apply 2–4 drops directly to desired area. Dilution not required, except for the most sensitive skin. Use as needed.
Aromatic: Diffuse up to 1 hour 3 times daily.
Did you know that lavender is part of the mint family and is one of our most popular oils? Savour has three farms that grow lavender, located in Utah, Idaho, and France. Lavender is steam distilled from the flowering tops of the plant, and it takes 27 square feet of lavender plants to make one 15-ml bottle of Lavender essential oil. In ancient Greece, Pedanius Dioscorides, a physician pharmacologist and botanist, praised the many qualities and uses of lavender. You can find Lavender essential oil in many Savour blends.
Scientific name: Lavandula angustifolia
Botanical family: Lamiaceae
Region(s) grown: Utah, Idaho, France
Plant part used: Flowering top
Extraction method: Steam distilled from flowering top
YL Region: Most Young Living Lavender essential oil comes from France and the United States.
Q. Which variety of plant does Savour grow?
A. Our lavender essential oil is from Lavandula angustifolia, or English lavender. Other varieties not offered by Savour include Lavandula dentata (French lavender) and Lavandula stoechas (French and Spanish lavender).
Q. What is the difference between lavandin and lavender essential oil?
A. Lavandin (Lavandula x hybrida) is a hybrid plant developed by crossing lavender with spike lavender. Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) essential oil is distilled from the flowering top of the lavender plant.
Q. Is lavandin ever grown and combined with lavender in Savour’s blends?
A. Savour does not grow any lavandin. We grow and offer lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) for purchase.
Q. I heard that lavender essential oil can be toxic if it contains above 35% of ketones. Savour's contain ketones?
A. Young Living’s lavender essential oil has between 1-3% ketones—nowhere near a level for safety concerns.
Q. My lavender essential oil smells earthy. Why is that?
A. Our oils are all natural and nothing is added to alter them. They each have their own unique smell, taste, color, etc., that can vary from batch to batch due to the time of harvest, amount of sunlight, amount of water, etc. However, the bebeits remain the same in each batch. We verify that chemical constituents are consistent in each batch of oil through rigorous testing before they reach the shelf.
Q. When is Lavender in its peak bloom/harvested?
A. In the summer, just after our annual Lavender Days at the Mona Farm. Lavender is harvested at a growth stage of 50% - 90% bloom and the sugar content of the plant reaches its prime for optimum production of essential oil.