Rosemary Essential Oil

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Rosemary  Essential Oil 1 oz. $9.95

Maison Terre Rosemary Essential Oil

 

 

 

 

 

Main Constituents:
a-Pinene: 28%
1,8-Cineol: 17.4%
Camphor: 14%

Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis

Plant Part: Herb

Extraction Method: Steam Distilled

Origin: Spain

Description: An aromatic shrub, Rosmarinus officinalis has scaly bark and dense, leathery needlelike leaves. Tiny pale blue blossoms abound from December through spring. Rosemary can grow to heights of five to six feet (close to 2 meters) in height.

Color: Colorless to pale yellow liquid.

Common Uses: Rosemary Spanish Essential Oil stimulates cell renewal and improves dry or mature skin, easing lines and wrinkles. It can also clear acne, blemishes or dull dry skin by fighting bacteria and regulating oil secretions. It improves circulation and can reduce the appearance of broken capillaries and varicose veins. Rosemary Essential Oil helps to overcome mental fatigue and sluggishness by stimulating and strengthening the entire nervous system. It enhances mental clarity while aiding alertness and concentration. Rosemary Oil can help you cope with stressful conditions and see things from a clearer perspective.

Consistency: Thin

Note: Top

Strength of Aroma: Strong

Blends well with: Basil, Bergamot, Cedarwood, Lemon, Orange and Peppermint.

Aromatic Scent: Rosemary Spanish Essential Oil has a strong, clear, penetrating, camphoraceous and herbaceous aroma.

History: Rosemary Spanish was used in Roman burial rites, and that practice continued well into the middle ages when it was customary to lay branches of rosemary on the coffin at funerals. Because it grows in proximity to the sea, its name means Dew of the Sea. Its leaves were traditionally burned in hospitals to purify the air.

Cautions: Rosemary Spanish Essential Oil is generally non-toxic and non-sensitizing. It is not suitable for people with epilepsy or high blood pressure. Avoid in pregnancy since it is an emmenagogue.

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