Organic Rosemary Essential Oil
Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis
Main Constituents: α-Pinene: 8 to 14 %, Camphene: 6 to 14 %, 1,8-Cineole: 40 to 53 %, Camphor: ~ 10 %
Plant Part: Herb
Scent: Fresh, Strong, Woody, and Herbal
Color: Clear to Pale Yellow
Perfumery Note: Top
Initial Aroma Strength: Strong
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Historical Background of Organic Rosemary Essential Oil
Organic Rosemary essential oil is obtained from a woody, perennial herb, “Rosemary,” whose botanical name is “Rosmarinus Officinalis.” The herb has evergreen aromatic needle-like leaves and white, blue, purple, or pink flowers. The herb is also known with the name “Anthos,” which is an ancient Greek word, meaning “flowers.” The term “Rosemary” is derived from the Latin word “rosmarinus”, which means ‘dew of the sea.’ Rosemary is an ancient herb; that’s why it has its names mentioned in ancient literature. However, rosemary is indigenous to the Mediterranean but is nowadays cultivated in other countries as well.
We source fresh rosemary herb and steam distil it. This way, we obtain Organic Rosemary essential oil, which has a woody, herbal, fresh, and earthy scent and a clear to pale yellow color.
Ancient Uses of Organic Rosemary Essential Oil
Rosemary is such an ancient herb that ancient Egyptians used it in their religious rituals. Ancient Roman and Greek botanists also mentioned the uses of rosemary in their books. By using rosemary leaves and essential oil, Greeks made a tea to relieve muscle aches and pains. Many people added Rosemary essential oil and crushed leaves in natural herbal medicines for reducing mental and physical exhaustion.
Modern Uses of Organic Rosemary Essential Oil
Organic Rosemary essential oil contains compelling chemical components due to which its uses in this modern era are rapidly increasing. The oil contains almost 40% 1,8-Cineole, which is known for reducing swelling and other health benefits. Organic Rosemary essential oil may help reduce muscle spasms, muscle aches and pains, and skin inflammation. Massage of diluted Organic Rosemary essential oil is believed to promote blood circulation and keep the body and mind relaxed and anxiety-free. Moreover, diffusing Organic Rosemary essential oil can be beneficial for opening respiratory airways and easing breathing. Not only this, the oil may help reduce acne as well as lower the risk of hair loss as the oil is associated with keeping the hair scalp healthy.
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Caution: Beware of excessive use as it may lead to nausea and headaches. For topical use, always dilute the oil with a carrier oil. We do not suggest the internal use of any essential oils. Keep it out of children’s reach. It is not recommended for a pregnant woman without a proper prescription by a specialist.
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