rosemary essential oil

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Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary is an extremely aromatic plant that grows very tall and is evergreen - meaning it does not have large leaves, rather, needle-like leaves that it does not shed at the end of the growing season. In addition to the green leaves, the plant also has an arrangement of pale-blue flowers. Although, historically, Rosemary was used for “magical” practices, it’s supposedly also one of the plants used as food, medicine, and magic, as opposed to one of those uses. Often, it was (and still is) applied for respiratory concerns and illnesses, as well as muscle and joint pain, in addition to its many other remedies.

Origin: Spain

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Plant

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses for Rosemary essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Rosemary essential oil has vast uses on the skin including reducing acne, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, and lice - and can assist with seborrhea, scabies, varicose veins, and greasy hair.
  • Muscle and Joint Pain: Can be a wonderful remedy to pain caused by arteriosclerosis, rheumatism, poor circulation, and gout, as well as muscle pain.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Has been used extensively in combating asthma, bronchitis, and whooping cough.
  • Digestive Issues: It’s herbaceous and minty qualities make it a wonderful potential remedy for flatulence, cramps, and other digestive conditions including colitis, dyspepsia, hypercholesterolaemia, and jaundice.
  • Immune System: Can fight the symptoms of colds, ‘flu, and other infections.
  • Nervous System: Often employed to fight the symptoms of headaches, hypertension, neuralgia, mental fatigue, nervous exhaustion, and other stress-related disorders.

Other uses for Rosemary essential oil:

Rosemary essential oil is used widely throughout the cosmetic market as well as in the culinary field as a flavoring agent. As it is also a source of naturally occurring antioxidants, it’s also used in supplement products.

Safety information regarding Rosemary essential oil:

Rosemary is non-toxic, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing. However, it is advised to avoid use during pregnancy, and avoid use altogether if you have epilepsy.

WARNING This oil is NOT meant to refill Corked electronic diffusers. Applying any essential oils dermally or topically should only be done with a diluted solution using a carrier oil. Do not apply essential oils straight to the skin without diluting them or contacting a physician for advice.



Rosmarinus officinalis

Rosemary is an extremely aromatic plant that grows very tall and is evergreen - meaning it does not have large leaves, rather, needle-like leaves that it does not shed at the end of the growing season. In addition to the green leaves, the plant also has an arrangement of pale-blue flowers. Although, historically, Rosemary was used for “magical” practices, it’s supposedly also one of the plants used as food, medicine, and magic, as opposed to one of those uses. Often, it was (and still is) applied for respiratory concerns and illnesses, as well as muscle and joint pain, in addition to its many other remedies.

Origin: Spain

Method: Steam Distilled

Plant part: Plant

Amount: 10mL (0.32 fl. oz.)

Therapeutic/Home uses for Rosemary essential oil:

  • Skin Care: Rosemary essential oil has vast uses on the skin including reducing acne, dandruff, dermatitis, eczema, and lice - and can assist with seborrhea, scabies, varicose veins, and greasy hair.
  • Muscle and Joint Pain: Can be a wonderful remedy to pain caused by arteriosclerosis, rheumatism, poor circulation, and gout, as well as muscle pain.
  • Respiratory Conditions: Has been used extensively in combating asthma, bronchitis, and whooping cough.
  • Digestive Issues: It’s herbaceous and minty qualities make it a wonderful potential remedy for flatulence, cramps, and other digestive conditions including colitis, dyspepsia, hypercholesterolaemia, and jaundice.
  • Immune System: Can fight the symptoms of colds, ‘flu, and other infections.
  • Nervous System: Often employed to fight the symptoms of headaches, hypertension, neuralgia, mental fatigue, nervous exhaustion, and other stress-related disorders.

Other uses for Rosemary essential oil:

Rosemary essential oil is used widely throughout the cosmetic market as well as in the culinary field as a flavoring agent. As it is also a source of naturally occurring antioxidants, it’s also used in supplement products.

Safety information regarding Rosemary essential oil:

Rosemary is non-toxic, non-irritant, and non-sensitizing. However, it is advised to avoid use during pregnancy, and avoid use altogether if you have epilepsy.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.