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Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary Essential Oil
Latin Name
Rosemarinus officianlis
Plant Family
Lamiaceae
Country of Origin
Tunisia
Chemical Constituents
alpha pinene(10-30%)
alpha terpineol(1-5%)
beta pinene(5-10%)
borneol(1-5%)
caryophyllene(1-5%)
camphor(10-30%)
camphene(1-5%)
cineole(30-60%)
limonene(1-5%)
linalool(1-5%)
para-cymene(1-5%)
myrcene(1-5%)
How to Use
4-5 drops in bath
4-5 drops on a tissue/vaporiser
15 drops in 50ml carrier
Characteristic
Very recognisable scent with its sharp and fresh green top notes and campherous undertones, stimulating, aids concentration and focuses the mind.
From the latin word "Rosemarinus", which means Sea Dew as Rosemary absolutely loves water. Rosemary is native to most of Europe, however the Mediterranean climate lends itself favourably to the growth of Rosemary especially around coastal regions.
Extraction Method
100% Pure Rosemary Cineol Essential Oil is obtained by steam distillation from flowering tops and leaves of the Rosemary
Oils to Blend with
Rosemary essential oil blends well with most spice and citrus oils and can be used to great effect with Lavender. Oils we like to blend with Rosemary are Basil, Cedarwood, Frankincense, Geranium, Ginger, Grapefruit, Lemongrass, Lime, Mandarin, Orange, Peppermint and Tangerine.
Precautions
Flammable.
Do not use during pregnancy.
Keep away from children and eyes.
Do not take internally or apply undiluted to the skin.
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