Blue Tansy

$34.00 - $65.00
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Tanacetum annum

Our Blue Tansy essential oil is grown and distilled in Morocco.  Sometimes known as Moroccan Tansy, or Moroccan Blue Chamomile, Blue Tansy has become very popular in recent years for use in skin care products, especially in face creams. Tanacetum annum is often confused with common tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) but the former produces an essential oil that is completely different chemically as it contains no thujone and high amounts of chamazulene making the oil dark blue in color, giving rise to its common name of Blue Tansy Oil. For topical use, lower dilutions are best, about 5%. 

It has an intoxicatingly sweet and creamy-rich, and somewhat camphorous scent, with an herbaceous bottom.  It would be a good heart-note, or middle note in a perfume.

The Garden of Sex Li

Here, purples of salvia cast
tiered whorls of shade
from each small dark torch.
Their lingering pungency
masks every doubt. Their
healing denies

any violence, the incisions of loss.
They gainsay with blurred
coaxing silences
the sulphurous tansy's sun-stricken

risk. And so they erase
its posed oppositions—sly poison
or bright, piquant herb? One
more thing

doubled. You might wish
for more clarity. Still,
believe this: there's no wounding here, no
griefs, deprivation. Only

what seeps and what tangles,
denying you nothing, or nothing
you want.
Jeanne Larsen

Safety Warning

As with most essential oils, dilute before using on skin. Perform a patch test before use if essential oil sensitivity is suspected. Do not take essential oils internally. Do not use on children or pets. Seek advice from a trained aromatherapist before using on people with compromised immune systems. Keep away from eyes and mucus membranes.

Enfleurage makes no medical claims relating to any products, essential oils or otherwise, on our website or through social media. We are an essential oil company, not doctors, The FDA has not evaluated the statements on this website. We present our information in order to educate our customers on traditional and general uses of essential oils; in no way do we diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease or condition.

You the customer are responsible for understanding the safe use of any and all of our products, including essential oils, and use them accordingly.

1 Review

17th Aug 2019

Osmanthus uses

The flower drank as a tea is said to be good for digestive issues, antidepressants, euphoric, and also very good with upper respiratory infections. However, I am not sure about the claims. It’s always very pleasant to smell it. It’s uplifting, and calming anxiety at the same time. Certain group of lady swears by it,, and can’t get the authentic Osmanthus.. so this is the place to get it.

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