10 ml / 0.3 fl oz
The bold, herbal aroma of our pure, undiluted Rosemary Essential Oil has earthy hints of eucalyptus and wood. Used in aromatherapy, Rosemary Oil is believed to stimulate the mind, encourage clarity, and enhance memory. It is energizing and uplifting. Used with a carrier oil, it aids in reducing pain from arthritis and rheumatism. Rosemary Oil has the following therapeutic properties: Analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, antirheumatic, antispasmodic, astringent, circulatory stimulant, decongestant, warming.
Rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis ct. 1,8 cineole to scientists) is a member of the mint family and is native to North Africa and the Mediterranean. Rosemary’s long history of remembrance is not only associated with its ability to increase memory, but it has been used as a symbol in weddings, marking the beginning of life, and for funerals, signifying honor and tribute for the departed. It has been well documented for centuries as a culinary herb, and for its use in folk medicine.
Common Name: Rosemary Latin Name: Citrus Rosmarinus officinalis ct. 1,8 cineole Botanical Family: Lamiaceae Country of Origin: Morocco Extraction Method: Steam Distilled Plant Part Used: Flowers, Leaves and Twigs Note: Top-Middle Chemical Families: Monoterpenes, Sesquiterpenes, Monoterpenols, Ketones, Oxides
Always dilute in carrier oil prior to using. Rosemary oil blends well with other herbal oils, such as lavender, or coniferous oils, such as pine. Rosemary oil also blends well with cinnamon, lemon and grapefruit oils. Dilute in carrier oil and massage on chest to ease respiratory infections, or massage on sore muscles to help with strain. Use in a standard or Bluetooth oil diffuser, or place 1-2 drops in the palm of your hand and inhale deeply to increase focus and clarity.
Shelf Life: When stored in a dark, cool environment, Rosemary Oil will have a shelf life of approximately 2 years upon opening.
Safety Information: Topical and aromatic use only. People with epilepsy should avoid rosemary. Do not use rosemary if pregnant. rosemary can increase blood pressure. If you have high blood pressure, use in low dilutions: 1 percent (5-6 drops per 1-oz. carrier oil). Do not use on children under the age of 5. Use with caution for children between 5-10. Older oxidized oil can increase the potential for skin irritation. Always test for skin sensitivity prior to use. Do not ingest orally and keep out of eyes, ears and nose. Excessive use of any oil can lead to sensitization.