Tansy, Blue Essential Oil
Tansy, Blue Essential Oil

Tansy, Blue Essential Oil

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Transcendent Tansy Essential Oil is a blue bundle of plant superpower and sweet-scented care! Tansy flowers are yellow orbs that tantalize honeybees and the oil expressed from this plant offers a superhero-skin-savior that blesses our bodies from head to toe. We love diffusing it, bathing in it, inhaling from a salt pipe, or whiffing it right from the bottle. It cools heated emotion and heated skin like a dip in a lake.

Botanical Name: Tanacetum annuum
Botanical Family: Asteraceae
Extraction Method: Steam distilled
Part of Plant Distilled: Flowers
Country of Origin: Morocco
Cultivation Method: Wild harvested
Composition: 100% Tanacetum annum
Consistency: Thin
Scent Description: Sweet and richly complex, with herbaceous notes of wood and wild apples.
In Living Libations: All Seeing Eye CrèmeOpen Sky Eye SerumBeDew DabChamomile Vanilla Lover LipsGrapefruit Stellar RenewalMaverick Face CrèmeMint Condition Lip FixZippity DewDabZippity DewDab Ozonated Beauty BalmTrue Blue Spirulina ShampooTrue Blue ConditionerLongevity LiquidTonic Reviving Roll OnPeppermint Pal.
Blends well with: Rose, Frankincense, Lavender, Spikenard, German Chamomile, Chamomile, Yarrow, Palo Santo, Immortelle, Sandalwood, Marjoram, Bergamot, and Peppermint.
Uses: Inhale with a salt pipe or diffuser. Anoint neat to the skin. Dilute to use as a calming skin serum. A bathing beauty and true blue champion for skincare.
Constituents: Rich in azulene sesquiterpenes.

Our Tansy Essential Oil, also known as Moroccan Chamomile, is a benevolent blue, floral, apple-scented oil. The oil is a supreme skin soother, apply to skin that needs deep relaxing. Dilute with jojoba to make calming serums that can be applied to hot, red skin. This true blue tonic gives the skin a deep drink.

Tansy Essential Oil nourishes the spirit by helping it to release resistance and stay calm, cool and collected.

"Moroccan Chamomile, harvested in the fall, is so precious for aromatherapy because of its spectrum of sesquiterpenes lactones... Experience in the aromatherapy community suggests that this oil is non-toxic and its liberal addition to preparations for topical or inhalation is free of risks."
~ Kurt Schnaubelt, The Intelligence of Essential Oils

"This oil is striking not only for its blue color – due to its high azulene content – but also because of its sweet, aromatic scent...."
~ Kurt Schnaubelt, Advanced Aromatherapy