Rosemary Essential Oil
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Rosemary Essential Oil (Rosemary Oil) – 100% Pure, Natural, Organic Essential Oil
- Botanical Name: Rosmarinus Officinalis
- Aroma: Floral, sweet, herbaceous, woody, strong
- Extraction Method: Steam distilled
- Source: Spain
- Note: Middle Note
Focus, Energy, Stimulation, Hair Care, Anti-fungal, Relaxation, Anti-inflammatory, Ease Stress, Bug bites
Rosemary belongs to a plant family called Lamiaceae (previously Labiatae): the mint family.
Rosemary is known for its warming properties. The plant often thrives in extreme climatic conditions where it is exposed to light and heat. Its name derives from the Latin “ros marinus” and means “dew of the sea”.
Chemical families: Lamiaceae
Native to the Mediterranean region, Rosemary Essential Oil’s fresh herbaceous scent is frequently used in aromatherapy to improve concentration, focus, memory, and boost energy. Its minty undertones make this energizing oil not only brain-boosting but also stimulating the scalp to enhance hair growth and strength while soothing itchiness.
Harvesting Rosemary leaves is done in hot, dry weather and then dried in the sun for three days, bundled and transported to the distillery for processing.
Of all the oils available for moisturizing skin and hair, rosemary oil may not be the first to come to mind. Although, it’s quite versatile. In addition to its aromatherapy, rosemary oil for hair also has quite a few damage restoration benefits.
So, can rosemary oil help with hair growth? Experts say yes. “The rosemary plant contains carnosic acid which is known to heal nerve damage, tissue damage, and improve cellular turnover,” says Marnie Nussbaum, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist. “Therefore, it encourages nerve growth and improves blood circulation. The reason blood circulation is so important to hair growth is that without a proper blood supply, the follicles do not get the nutrients they need to grow the hair and they can die off.”
Rosemary Essential oil helps enhance beard growth by invigorating hair follicles. Furthermore, it helps create the ultimate growth conditions by keeping the skin healthy, hydrated, keeping acne under control, and preventing infections.
Concentration & Good Mood:
Using a few drops of Rosemary Essential oil in a diffuser while you work or study is a sure-fire way to boost your alertness and concentration. Rosemary oil is also known to boost memory performance and processing speed. It can also help you stay energized and keep away feelings of tiredness and exhaustion. You can also dilute a few drops in a carrier oil of your choice and rub it on your temples.
Rosemary Essential Oil is known to improve brain function and enhance memory. A study published in International Journal of Neuroscience in 2017 shows that Rosemary had a noteworthy effect on the quality of memory and secondary memory factors. Some preliminary studies suggest that the oil may help treat and prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Coughs & Congestion:
Rosemary Essential Oil can bolster lung health. Considering its powerful anti-inflammatory, expectorant, and analgesic properties – it is perfect for eliminating nasal congestion, reduce sinusitis, relieve sore throat, and act as a natural cough suppressant. Its anti-microbial properties also help in fighting infections in the respiratory tract.
dilute a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil in a carrier oil of your choice and gently massage it onto your beard.
Acne of the past:
Rosemary Essential oil is a great choice when it comes to choosing an oil that regulates sebum production and fighting acne-causing bacteria. It also helps heal the skin barrier faster and keeps it hydrated and protected, all the while reducing redness and any swelling that may be present.
Keep aging at bay:
We all know that anti-oxidants are essential to keeping our skin youthful. Luckily, Rosemary Essential oil is packed with them! Incorporate those beautiful anti-oxidants in your skincare routine by adding a few drops of Rosemary Essential Oil to your daily moisturizer or face oil.
Post-workout pain relief:
Thanks to Rosemary oil’s anti-inflammatory properties, you can add it to a massage oil and massage any sore muscles after a good workout or yoga session. This will help ease any pains – including joint pains.
Before reaching out to your medicine cabinet, try rubbing some Rosemary Essential Oil to your temples. This will help alleviate any migraine or headache you may be experiencing.
Cuts & wounds:
Rosemary Essential Oil should be a staple in your first-aid kit. Since it has anti-bacterial and healing properties, it can help speed up wounds healing, along with any cuts or even insect bites. It can also reduce the appearance of scarring since it stimulates the regeneration of skin cells.
Ditch the chemicals:
Rosemary Essential oil’s anti-septic properties make it an ideal choice for those looking to switch from harmful household chemicals to more natural alternatives. You can use it to clean surfaces around the house or spray it to kill any bacteria in the air.
Pinene and monoterpenes present in the Rosemary Essential Oil make it an effective insect repellent. Studies show that it successfully repels a wide range of insects including mosquitoes, ticks, and spider mites. It is also useful for deterring harmful insects that infest your garden.
You can add a few drops of Rosemary essential oil to your washing machine or when drying your clothes to make them smell beyond wonderful!
Focus & Memory:
This oil blend has the ability to improve concentration and reduce mental fatigue. It’s perfect for those that find themselves easily distracted or daydreaming at work.
Turn a frown upside down:
If you’re having a down day or just feeling blue, we recommend this blend for an express mood-boost!
Use this recipe to enhance your hair’s condition and promote healthy growth to keep your locks thick and beautiful.
Rosemary essential oil with mint is a powerful combo for an immune boost. Mint helps to ward off bacteria and viruses, while rosemary boosts the immune system.
- 4 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
- 2 drops Peppermint Essential Oil
Add a few drops of Rosemary essential oil to some cotton wool balls and pop them into your clothes drawers or on a shelf in your wardrobe. This will add a lovely scent to your wardrobe and clothes.
Aroma: Although we often consider Rosemary Essential oil as a culinary or medicinal herb, Rosemary, unexpectedly, is quite frequently used in the perfume industry as well.
– Olfactory Family: Herbaceous, Strong, Sweet, Woody
– Note: Middle Note
– Strength: Medium to strong
– Perfumes used in: Jicky by Guerlain, Eau Sauvage by Dior, Tonka Impériale by Guerlain, Fleur de Sel by Miller Harris, Versace Pour femme Dylan Blue, Vivienne Westwood Naughty Alice, Viktor & Rolf Spicebomb Extreme Top G Note, Davidoff Cool Water Reborn, Lush Junk, Bois 1920 Fruttata, Lush Pansy, Milano Fragranze Basilica.
Rosemary is a fragrant herb that is native to the Mediterranean and receives its name from the Latin words “ros” (dew) and “marinus” (sea), which means “dew of the Sea.” It also grows in England, Mexico, the USA, and northern Africa, namely in Morocco. Known for its distinctive fragrance that is characterized by an energizing, evergreen, citrus-like, herbaceous scent, Rosemary Essential Oil is derived from the aromatic herb Rosmarinus Officinalis, a plant belonging to the Mint family, which includes Basil, Lavender, Myrtle, and Sage. Its appearance, too, is similar to Lavender with flat pine needles that have a light trace of silver.
Historically, Rosemary was considered sacred by ancient Greeks, Egyptians, Hebrews, and Romans, and it was used for numerous purposes. The Greeks wore Rosemary garlands around their heads while studying, as it was believed to improve memory, and both the Greeks and the Romans used Rosemary in almost all festivals and religious ceremonies, including weddings, as a reminder of life and death. In the Mediterranean, Rosemary leaves and Rosemary Oil were popularly used for culinary preparation purposes, while in Egypt the plant, as well as its extracts, were used for incense.
Fun Facts About Lavender Essential Oil:
- A rosemary plant can grow up to 5 meters in height, which is pretty amazing
considering it’s a shrub.
- Rosemary has been used as a symbol of remembrance and scattered on graves since olden times.
- Rosemary was declared ‘Herb of The Year’ in 2000 by the International Herb Association.
- Rosemary doesn’t need much water to grow and can survive on the humidity provided by the sea. This explains why it grows so well on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.
In a two-week study, stroke survivors with shoulder pain who received a rosemary oil blend with acupressure for 20 minutes twice daily experienced a 30% reduction in pain. Those who received only acupressure had a 15% reduction in pain.
When a rosemary-oil-based pesticide, EcoTrol, was sprayed on greenhouse tomato plants, it reduced the population of two-spotted spider mites by 52% without harming the plants.
Rosemary oil may help by expanding your blood vessels, thereby warming your blood so that it reaches your fingers and toes more easily
The below table is a general dilution guide for essential oils. Aim for a one to five percent dilution for topical use, and always start small with the number of essential oil drops and increase the dilution ratio as desired.
|10 ml||30 ml||60 ml||120 ml||240 mL|
|0.5%||1 Drop||3 Drop||6 Drop||12 Drop||24 Drop|
|1 %||2 Drop||6 Drop||24 Drop||24 Drop||48 Drop|
|2%||4 Drop||12 Drop||48 Drop||48 Drop||96 Drop|
|3%||6 Drop||18 Drop||72 Drops||72 Drop||144 Drop|
|5%||10 Drop||30 Drop||120 Drop||120 Drop||240 Drop|
|Facial Use||0.2 – 1.5%|
|Body Massage||1.5 – 3%|
|Bath & Body Use||1 – 4%|
|Spot Treatment||3 – 5%|
- Use 6-12 drops in a diffuser
- Add 2-5% to hair oil
- Add 1-2% to body oil
- Take a whiff from the bottle
- Add a few drops to bath water
- Add 1-2 drops in a cup of water and gargle
- Add a few drops to a steam inhaler or boiling water
- Add a few drops to warm/chilled water and soak the towel
For external use only. Do not use undiluted on the skin. Avoid contact with eyes. Patch test before use. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use essential oils on children under 5 years old. Consult your healthcare professional before using essential oils during pregnancy or if under a doctor’s care. Store in a cool, dark place.
Shelf Life: 2 years
Babies & Children:
To keep your little one safe, for newborn to 24 months, we recommend that you always check with your pediatrician before introducing a new product to your baby’s routine. Our products have no specified age range; however, remember to store products well away from your infant and child.
Ultrasonic diffusers effectively enhance the air of any environment. We recommend that:
- Less is More: use less essential oils in ultrasonic diffusers
- Diffusion Time: diffuse essential oils for 30-60 minutes on, then 30-60 minutes off
- Air Flow: whenever you are using or diffusing essential oils, offer fresh air with an open window or door
You can use essential oils during pregnancy, but please consult your health care practitioner before use.
Using essential oils on pets:
The ability to tolerate essential oils is dependent on many factors, including plant species, product, dose, and route of application. Essential oil use cases show the most significant risk of toxicity is from direct skin application on your pet’s skin – these same cases also share that a large volume was applied directly and neat (pure without a carrier) to the pet’s skin. Knowing that there is a risk in using these oils to your pet’s fur or skin, we strongly recommend consultation with your veterinarian or animal care specialist prior to applying or exposure to any of our products.
If you’ve chosen to use essential oils around your pet, we first recommend taking note of your pets behavior, contacting your vet with any concerns, and the below list of R?t products that we feel are the most pet-friendly:
Single note essential oils:
- Clary Sage
Should you choose to use your ultrasonic diffuser in the presence of your pet, we recommend:
- Using only small amounts of essential oils. 1-5 drops are our recommendation
- Ensure the space is well ventilated with a window open slightly for fresh air
- Always keep a door open so that the animal can enter and exit the room easily
- Take note of how your pet responds at all times and if you notice your pet resisting an aroma, discontinue use and move them to a well-ventilated space
- Be particularly mindful of pets that are in cages or enclosed spaces (including birds and small rodents) as they cannot leave the room if they become uncomfortable
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