Chamomile, Blue/Matricaria recutita Absolute

Chamomile, Blue/Matricaria recutita Absolute
Images of Maticaria/Chamomile

Chamomile, Blue absolute is a dark olive green solid waxy mass(hence needs to be heated before blending with with alcohol or carrier oils) displaying a soft, sweet herbal bouquet with a warm, fruity, balsamic undertone.

The fruity-balsamic, hay-like dry-out note has good tenancity. For those who wish to do further dilution work using 190 Proof perfumers alcohol, the blend is a perfectly soluble in the same offering a transparent olive green liquid. The reason why the absolute is greenish in color rather than blue is due to the fact that matricine the molecule out of which azulene arises is green in color. Azuelene comes into being due to the heat of distillation and does not exist in the plant in its natural state.

Blends well with agarwood eo and co2; agalia odorata abs; ambrette eo, co2 and abs; amryis eo; angelica root eo and co2; artemisia eo's; basil eo, co2 and abs; birch, sweet eo; black currant abs; bois de rose eo; boronia abs; broom/genet abs; cabreuva eo; calamus eo and co2; cassie abs; cedarleaf eo; chamomile morocco eo and abs; cistus eo and abs; copaiba balsam eo; coriander seed eo and co2; costus eo and co2; cubeb eo; davana eo, co2 and abs; eucalyptus macarthii eo; flouve abs and eo; frankincense eo and abs; guaicawood eo; gurjun balsam eo; hay abs; helichrysum abs and eo; henna flower abs and co2; ho wood eo; hop eo and co2; hyssop eo and co2; jasmin abs(grandiflora, sambac and auriculatum); jonquil abs; labdanum eo and abs; litsea cubeba eo; lavender eo, co2 and abs; lavindin eo and abs; lemongrass eo; lemon myrtle eo; lemonbalm eo, co2 and abs; marjoram, sweet eo and co2; mate abs; mimosa abs; nagarmotha eo and co2; narcissus abs; oakmoss abs; orange blossom abs; oregano eo and co2; parsley seed eo and co2; rue eo; sage clary eo and abs; sage eo and co2; seaweed abs; spruce eo and abs; tagetes eo and abs; tansy blue eo; tarragon eo and abs; thyme eo, co2 and abs; verbena eo and abs; yarrow eo and co2; zdravetz eo

In natural perfumery is used in herbal accords, literary perfumes, apothecary blends; culinary notes; high class perfumes; amber bases; chypre; fougere

Stars shine brightest in the darkest night; torches are better for
beating; grapes come not to the proof till they come to the press;
spices smell best when bruised; young trees root the faster for shaking;
gold looks brighter for scouring; juniper smells sweetest in the fire;
the palm-tree proves the better for pressing; chamomile, the more you
tread it, the more you spread it. Such is the condition of all God's
children: they are then most triumphant when most tempted; most glorious
when most afflicted.--_Bogatzky._
Pearls of Thought, by Maturin M. Ballou

Throughout that day and the night which followed it the eyes of her mind were entranced by the marvel of that vision, and next morning she mounted the hill alone, to look upon it again; and, being so far, she walked farther and yet farther, wandering on and on, through fields where lavender grew and chamomile blossomed, on and on, as though drawn by the enchantment of the mighty deep that lay sparkling in the sun, until at last she came to the head of a deep gully in the coast. Still the wonder of the waters held her, but another marvel now seized upon her sight. The gully was a lonesome place inhabited by countless sea-birds. From high up in the rocks above, and from far down in the chasm below, from every cleft on every side, they flew out, with white wings and black ones and grey and blue, and sent their voices into the air, until the echoing place seemed to shriek and yell with a deafening clangour.
The Scapegoat, by Hall Caine