• Rosemary Essential Oil


    The scent of Rosemary is strongly herbaceous and camphor-like, with a hint of clean and refreshing evergreen. This oils works great sprinkled on a tissue, with a warm moist compress, diluted in a carrier oil, or as a few drops in a bath. My particular favorite is to put a drop on my sleeve if I know I have a busy day ahead of me and I want to be alert.

    Some therapeutic effects include stimulation of memory. Who couldn't use some help with that! I find that when I use it I can think more clearly, but I don't have the ups and downs caused by coffee.

    Use this Oil on a tissue and just inhale from time to time. Works  great in a diffuser, or in a carrier oil it can be massaged on the temples. It only takes a very small amount to begin to feel the stimulating effects.

    15 ml
    Rosmarinus officinalis ct. cineole
    Origin : Morocco
    Steam distilled from the leaf.

    Essential Oils should never be applied directly to the skin and you should not use Rosemary if you are pregnant, prone to epileptic seizures, or suffer from hypertension or high blood pressure. Always consult your physician prior to using essential oils. The information provided in this listing has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to be a replacement for medical advice.