Blue Tansy (Moroccan Blue Chamomile)


This intensely sweet and herbaceous oil is versatile in soothing scented blends for the skin or aromatically.


Botanical Name: Tanacetum annuum
Origin: Morocco

About Blue Tansy Essential Oil

  • Blue Tansy (aka Moroccan Blue Chamomile) is recognized by its vivid deep blue color.  The blue color develops during the distillation process when the chamazulene is released from the plant leaves and tops.  The aroma is sweet and herbaceous.
  • It is valuable in addressing allergic reactions and reducing pain.

How to Use Blue Tansy Essential Oil

  • Direct inhalation
  • Topically when diluted

Other Ways To Use Blue Tansy Essential Oil

  1. Great in a massage blend with Jojoba and other Essential oils
  2. Hair tonic add-on
  3. Calms skin inflammation, can be added to face/body creams
  4. Can be used diluted to calm colic

Use in Ayurveda for Blue Tansy Essential Oil

  • Decreases Pitta
  • Calms Vata
  • Increases Kapha

Aromatic Profile and Product Details of Blue Tansy Essential Oil

  1. Botanical Name: Tanacetum annum
  2. Origin: Morocco
  3. Method of Extraction: Steam distillation
  4. Cultivation/Harvesting: Biodynamic, Organic
  5. Plant Part: Flowers
  6. Color: Blue
  7. Consistency: Thick, heavy, cool, dry

Blends well with These Essential Oils

  1. Lavender
  2. Mandarin
  3. Cedar, atlas
  4. Peppermint
  5. Eucalyptus
  6. Bergamot

Safety Considerations for Blue Tansy Essential Oil

  • Use caution in Pregnancy
  • Dilute highly around children under 10

History or facts of Blue Tansy Essential Oil

  •  Compounds known as chamazulenes cause the oil’s blue coloration. Blue Tansy has more of these compounds than any other essential oil. It has the same medicinal properties as it’s relative German Chamomile but a sweeter scent; often used in perfumery, balancing blends with a soft finish.

Additional information


2 mL, 5 mL, 10 mL, 15 mL


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