Description: Fresh, herbaceous, organic and camphorous. Rosemary calms apprehension while stimulating the spirit, and releases the emotional patterns of self-sabotage. It stimulates the mind and wakes up the brain.
Uses: As Eucalyptus and Rosemary both bear the same ingredient--eucalyptol--the two share a similar scent. Rosemary is mainly used in oils and lotions for muscular aches and pains, backaches, or poor circulation. It also stimulates the scalp and eases dandruff.
Essential Oil for Cellulite, Arthritis, Circulation, Hair Loss and Growth, Constipation, Dandruff, Headaches, Memory, Gallbladder Congestion, Skin Care, Hair Loss, Lymphatic Drainage, Respiratory System, Anti-Aging, Sinusitis, Appetite Suppressant
For aches and pains, use 4 drops Rosemary, 2 drops Lemongrass, 4 drops Nutmeg in 4 teaspoons (20 ml) of Sweet Almond oil or carrier oil.
For hair and scalp, add 5 drops Rosemary 5 drops Tea Tree to 4 teaspoons (20ml) of unfragranced shampoo and then washing hair.
To stimulate the mind, vaporize or diffuse 3 drops Rosemary and 3 drops Peppermint.
Extracted through steam distillation of flowers. Originates from France and Spain.
Caution: Rosemary is not advised for those with high blood pressure, as it is a stimulating oil. Avoid if epileptic. Do not apply to or near the face of infants or children.