Rosemary Essential Oil

$24.50

Rosemary

Botanical Name: Rosmarinus officinalis Family Labiate or Lamiaceae

Invigorating

  • Pain
  • Circulation
  • Memory
  • Exhaustion

Historical and Traditional Uses

A great analgesic, it was applied for muscle pain, arthritis, inflammation, sciatica, neuralgia, spasms, cramps, gout, injury, bruises, improve the vitality of paralysed limbs, and muscle fatigue. It supports the circulation especially of the head, hands and feet and relieved the symptoms of low blood pressure, heart palpitations, poor circulation and giddiness.

Warm compresses of Rosemary were used to relieve liver and gall bladder problems and infections due to its antiseptic and stimulating properties.

Well known as a stimulant for the nervous system it was included in treatments for poor concentration and memory, a brain stimulant, in nerve tonics for general weakness, lethargy, fatigue and exhaustion and to alleviate headaches. It was usually combined with lavender and 1% peppermint as a headache remedy.

Because of its antiseptic and antispasmodic influence it was included in remedies for coughs, colds, asthma, sinusitis and the flu. For thousands of years it has been used in hair products to prevent dandruff, premature baldness and stimulate general hair health and growth.

Aromatherapy:

Rosemary provides us with psychic and energetic protection from outside influences. By boosting our yang, or masculine, energies it motivates and stimulates us to have the energy and motivation to get back out there and manifest our wishes, desires and goals. It offers us clear thinking and clarity where there was confusion. Great to use before your morning routine to keep your head clear and protected from others influence.

Used in Mediterranean traditional cultures to energetically clear a space of negative energies or spirits and to act as protection from them. Great for meditation, psychic development and your intuition.

Suggested Uses

  1. Inhalation: Aroma Diffuser, steam inhalation, direct
  2. Add to massage oils and liniments
  3. Bath, compress

Aroma: A spicy rich warm aroma with, woody, herbaceous undertones, reminiscent of fresh cedar wood and a winter night by the fire.
Note:
Middle

Status: Organic
Chakra:
Third Eye
Origin: Spain

Method of extraction: Steam Distilled

SKU: RMARY10 Category:

Description

Rosemary
Status: Organic, Pure, Steam Distilled

Aroma: Woody
Our invigorating oil has a spicy rich warm aroma with woody, herbaceous undertones, reminiscent of fresh cedar wood smoke around a winter nights fire.
Native to the Mediterranean, and used in European and Middle Eastern Traditional Medicine for over a thousand years the ancient Egyptians favoured it while the Romans and Greeks considered it a sacred plant. They discovered Rosemary delivered powerful digestive remedies; Hippocrates considered it overcame liver and spleen problems including jaundice. Purifying and stimulating to the mind it was thought to improve memory and to this day is used as a symbol of remembrance.

Aromatherapy
Traditional Chinese Medicine believed it boosts our yang, or masculine, energies to motivate and stimulate us to get back out there and manifest our wishes, desires and goals. Where there is confusion it offers us clear thinking and clarity.
Great to use before your morning routine to keep your head clear and protected from outside influences, Rosemary provides us with psychic and energetic protection. In Traditional Mediterranean cultures it was employed to clear a space of negative energies or spirits and to act as protection.
A great aid for; meditation, psychic development and intuition
Aroma: Woody Note: Middle Chakra: Third Eye

Historical and Traditional Uses
European and Mediterranean Traditional Herbalists found it acted similar to an analgesic and was included in liniments and balms for the symptoms of; muscle pain, arthritis, inflammation, sciatica, neuralgia, spasms, cramps, gout, injury, bruises, improve the vitality of paralysed limbs and for muscle fatigue.

Ayuvedic and Chinese Traditional Medicine taught Rosemary oil promotes the healthy flow of Chi to improve general health, circulation and recovery from illness. It was considered to support the circulation; especially of the head, hands and feet and relieve the symptoms of low blood pressure, heart palpitations, poor circulation and giddiness. Warm compresses of Rosemary were used to relieve liver and gall bladder problems and infections due to its antiseptic and stimulating properties.
Traditional European Medicine also used it as a stimulant for the nervous system and it was included in treatments for poor concentration and memory, as a brain stimulant, and in nerve tonics for the symptoms of; general weakness, lethargy, fatigue, exhaustion and to alleviate headaches. It was usually combined with lavender and 1% peppermint as a headache remedy.
Because of its antiseptic and antispasmodic influence it was included in remedies for coughs, colds, asthma, sinusitis and the flu. For thousands of years it has been used in hair products to prevent dandruff, premature baldness and stimulate general hair health and growth.

Harmonious Blends
Aroma: Woody
Blends with
All aromas
Lavender, Rose Geranium, Neroli, Lotus, Sandalwood, Patchouli
Orange, Lemon, Lime, Lemongrass, Lemon Scented Gum, Grapefruit
Peppermint, Himalayan Cedar Wood, Fir Needle, Basil,
Ginger, Black Pepper
Eucalyptus, Tea Tree, Wintergreen, Camphor

Mode of Administration

Skin Application:
Massage oils, skincare, medicinal balms, hair and skin products, compress, bath
Inhalation:

Oil vaporiser, diffuser, steam inhalation, direct

Safety Data
Non-irritating, non-toxic and non-sensitising
Contra-indications-
Should not be used if pregnant, epileptic, or suffer from high blood pressure.
Be aware of individual allergies.