Wonderfully fresh and stimulating, Rosemary Oil is known for its ability to wake up the body and spirit. In a massage oil, it can stimulate circulation and is often used in blends for cellulite and edema.
In cosmetics and soaps, it is believed to combat acne, dandruff, and excessively oily skin. A drop added to shampoo makes dark hair glow, and may stimulate hair growth.
I’d not use Rosemary Essential Oil in the evening; it is far too stimulating and can ruin sleep. Also, avoid using if pregnant, if you have high blood pressure, or if you have a diagnosed seizure disorder.
Rosemary Cineole is said to be useful in treating respiratory conditions, especially those stemming from nervous or emotional causes, such as many forms of asthma, so this is another potential use for it.
2017 has not been a good year for the oils produced around the Mediterranean. We have received several samples of Rosemary CT Cineole from various trusted sources and rejected them all out of hand. Most smelled like they belonged in a cat’s litter box. Finally, we received this fresh, clear specimen, obviously high in cineole, reminiscent of a really clean Eucalyptus specimen. We are delighted to make it available to you.
SHELF LIFE: Approximately 2 to 3 years after you open the bottle. Storing in the dark, refrigerated, and decanting half full bottles into smaller, full bottles will extend shelf life.
Batch No. TU-48477
Batch No. MO-14175
Batch No. TU-20226
Batch No. TN-58938
Batch No. TN-59056
Batch No. TN-59269 (Current Batch)
Great refreshing Rosemary scent. I love diffusing this in the morning with a little Peppermint for motivation. It’s also great blended with other herbaceous oils and citrus oils to freshen the kitchen air. I also use this successfully in a blend to treat dandruff.