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Rosemary Essential Oil

Rosemary Essential Oil

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Embark on an aromatic journey with Rosemary Essential Oil, a clear to pale yellow liquid that encapsulates the essence of a shrubby evergreen bush. With needle-shaped leaves and pale blue flowers, rosemary has been a symbol of the Mediterranean region for centuries. This essential oil, steam distilled from the rosemary herb, unveils a strong, fresh, herby, woody scent. Revered for its historical significance, rosemary has become a staple in aromatherapy, fine toiletries.

Usage Guidelines

  • Common Uses: Widely embraced in aromatherapy, body care products, candles, hair care, and the art of soap making.
  • Directions: In aromatherapy, add a few drops to the diffuser. For soap making, incorporate approximately 1-3% of the total weight during the cold process or melt and pour phases. In candle making, adhere to fragrance load guidelines. Always refer to specific guidelines for each essential oil and product type to ensure optimal usage rates, compatibility, and to avoid potential reactions.
  • Blends Well With: Peppermint, thyme, basil, cedarwood, petitgrain, and cinnamon, creating a symphony of scents that elevate the olfactory experience.
  • Precautions: Essential oils are potent extracts and should be diluted before applying to the skin to prevent irritation. Internal use is not recommended. If you have health concerns, consult with a doctor or certified aromatherapist.

Technical Information

  • Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis
  • INCI: Rosmarinus Officinalis (Herb) Oil
  • Type: Cineol
  • Country of Origin: Spain
  • Aroma: Strong, fresh, herby, woody scent
  • Aromatic Strength: Mild
  • Aromatic Note: Top
  • Consistency: Liquid
  • Color: Ranges from a pale yellow to greenish-olive
  • Flash Point: 43°C

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Customer Reviews

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Helen
Rosemary (with Cineole) and it's beautiful

I'm surprised how people are quick in criticising smth negatively instead of just reading attentively the Safety Data Sheet (in Documentation & Resources section) below the essential oil description. It states clearly the information on the ingredients (25 - 50% 1,8-CINEOLE and 9 - 15% CAMPHOR). So, it's clearly the CINEOLE variety of rosemary. And it's a great oil. Evidently, some people should blame not the seller, but themselves, for not understanding what and where to read to understand the subject.

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Catherine Hayward
which type?

I agree with other commentator. There are distinct properties in the different types of Rosemary ...which one is the Rosemary that you sell?

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Regan
rich scent

I am unfamiliar with the different rosemary varieties that the reviewer mentions below, but I am very happy with this product. Richly resinous, it's what I love about rosemary. It does open the nasal passages a bit, the way eucalyptus does, and the way Dalmatian sage does, so perhaps this is the cineoliferum variety? Behaves well in cold process soap.

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Edmonde
Rosemary essential oil

There are 3 different types of 'Rosmarinus officinalis' which have very different properties (camphoriferum, verbenoniferum and cineoliferum) but can't tell which one it is here with only 'rosmarinus officinalis'.