Roman Chamomile has dozens of individual components with multiple names. Some are common such as Pinene, Limonene and Pinocarvone albeit in small amounts, yet enough to make you wonder for just a second what it is you're really smelling. Others are structural such as Germacrene D, binding all the fruity, sweet and herbal pieces together. The most commonly known is probably Chamazulene, the blue component. Not commonly known to be found in Roman chamomile due to its low overall percentage. At the color level shown here the amount is less than .01% of the oil. As a general rule, chamomile that has been harvested with a high moisture residue will result in a green oil, whereas being dryer, lower moisture will be blue. The major components of Roman Chamomile are the Angelates. Most are similarly sweet and fruity with variances in their earthy and herbal notes.