As a highly versatile and aromatic essential oil, Blue Tansy is a great addition to any essential oil lover’s collection. Blue Tansy is an incredibly calming and soothing essential oil, which makes it a must-have for dry, irritated, or sensitive skin. Suitable for all skin types, Blue Tansy can be added to your skincare routine to help soothe, rejuvenate, and refresh your skin for a brighter, glowing complexion. With it’s cooling properties, Blue Tansy is also great for soothing overtaxed muscles or joints.
Perfect for diffusers or direct inhalation, the light, camphoraceous scent of Blue Tansy Essential Oil can be used to encourage relaxation, promote uplifting thoughts, and assist in calming the mind.
With a middle fragrance note, Blue Tansy is a dark blue color and offers a medium-strength aroma that is sweet, warm, soft, and herbaceous. Unique from many other essential oils, Blue Tansy has a high concentration of chamazulene, creating a pretty and natural deep-blue color within the oil itself
Sometimes confused with Tansy oil (Tanacetum vulgare), Blue Tansy Oil (Tanacetum annuum) is non-toxic and wonderfully powerful in aromatherapy. Tansy Oil is toxic and should never be used for aromatherapy purposes. The distinction is very important and should be noted while browsing other essential oil websites.
Because of the chamazulene content, Blue Tansy has a gorgeous deep blue color that forms when the flowering tops of the plant are distilled. Extracted through steam distillation, Blue Tansy is also known as Moroccan Tansy.
Diffusing or softly inhaling Blue Tansy in a space in need of peace and tranquility can help soothe nervous tension.
Relaxing Bath Recipe
- 2-3 drops of Blue Tansy
- 2-3 drops of Rose Geranium
- 2 teaspoons of fractionated coconut oil
- 1 cup of Sea SaltsCombine essential oils and and coconut oil in a small container, add the sea salts to the mixture, and stir well to blend. Pour the oil-infused salts into a warm or hot bath, and let the salts dissolve. Soak for 20-30 minutes.
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