Rosemary Essential Oil

rosmarinusCOMMON NAME ROSEMARY
Latin Name Rosmarinus officinalis spp.CT verbenone, cineole, camphor
Family Lamiaceae mint family
Country of Origin Mediterranean, France, Spain, Europe
Volatility Middle note
Extraction steam distilled from whole flowering subshrub
Colour colourless
Aroma fresh, sweet, pungent
Caution Contraindications Do not use with high blood pressure, epilepsy, or pregnancy. Do not store with homeopathic remedies. Very stimulating avoid when rest is necessary. Asthmatics use cautiously. Avoid with broken skin.
Primary Uses Circulatory: Headaches, increases mental clarity and focus by increasing blood flow to the brain. Cellulite, water retention, low blood pressure, vascular tonicNervous system:

Relaxing, depression, stress related illness, adrenal heart tonic, fatigue, debility

Respiratory: stimulates cough, coughs, cold, flu, viral infections,

Muscular:  An ache, pain, sciatica, warms muscles, arthritis,

Digestion: spasms, gas, bloating, indigestion,

Properties Adrenal tonic, antibacterial, anticarcinogenic, anticatarrhal, anticonvulsant, antidepressant, antihepatotoxic, anti-inflammatory, antirheumatic, antispasmodic, antiviral, anxiolytic, appetite stimulant, astringent, cardiac, warming carminative, diaphoretic, nervine, relaxant, stomachic, vascular tonic, circulatory stimulant,

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