Chamomile – Fragranced Room Spray
Collection: Oxford Botanic Garden
Chamomile is commonly used to make herbal infusions. A tea, for example, is made by adding dried chamomile flowers to hot water, and is famously referred to by Beatrix Potter in her Tale of Peter Rabbit. Chamomile has a long and rich history of use as a medicinal herb. Records of its use date back to the ancient Romans, Greeks and Egyptians who believed that the flowers contained both magical and healing properties, and by the Anglo-Saxons to ward off disease and to promote good health. Chamomile is still widely used today to promote relaxation and as a remedy for reducing stress.
Top notes: Sappy Green-Ozonic Fresh, Herbaceous Notes
Heart notes: Chamomile, Lily, Amber
Base notes: Musk, Woody