Rosemary Essential Oil “Herb Cottage” 100% Pure
|Name||Rosemary Essential Oil “Herb Cottage” Tasmanian|
|Aroma||Camphorous and herbaceous, with a very smooth woody splash|
|Blend Ideas||Basil, Bergamot, Cardamom, Black Pepper, Cedarwood, Cinnamon Leaf, Clary Sage, Clove, Douglas Fir, Eucalyptus, Frankincense, Geranium, Grapefruit, Lavender, Lemon, Lime, Marjoram, Oregano, Peppermint, Pine, Siberian Fir, Tea Tree, and Thyme|
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This is the infamous Rosemary essential oil from Stone Rise Farm that is high in α-Pinene (special thanks to Chris Burder for allowing us to use Stone Rise Farm photos on this page and our label). It’s scent is much smoother than the Rosemary you’re used to. Many who don’t care for rosemary essential oil fall in love with this chemotype.
Rosemary Essential Oil is a great oil for a number of things. It’s probably best known for helping with its invigorating properties. This oil is a great morning oil for me (read: it keeps me awake at night). Sipping coffee and diffusing rosemary is a nifty wake up routine so I can get into my work. It doesn’t hurt that rosemary is good for helping focus and memory . . . encouraging me to keep on track as I go about my research. The 1,8 cineole content helps support your respiratory system as well. Double duty!
Beyond that, though, I use it in blends for sore muscles and joints and skincare blends. It’s also great for stimulating circulation and may help the appearance of cellulite when used in massage blends. I put a few drops in my shampoo for my scalp and hair (and because I really enjoy the scent in the shower). Because of its warming properties when added to massage blends, as well as its invigorating properties, rosemary essential oil is sometimes an aphrodisiac. This may be why rosemary has been part of wedding ceremonies for many years.
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