Rosemary essential oil is produced after the thorough procedure of steam distillation. It comes from the leaves and flowers of the popular rosemary plant. The later is a tremendously aromatic and evergreen shrub. Its leaves are commonly used as an additive to enhance the flavor of pork, chicken as well as turkey. The oil itself has been used a lot and it has even been considered to be sacred by the ancient Egyptian, Roman, Greek and Hebrew cultures. It has a distinctive herbaceous and camphoraceous aroma, making it an inseparable part of almost any aromatherapy session.
- Take it internally and it may help you reduce tension of your nervous system and battle the occasional feeling of tiredness.
- Add a drop or two in your diffuser while you study to increase your concentration.
- You can also add rosemary essence to meats of all kinds in order to bring them a particularly distinctive taste and aroma.
Directions for Use
- Diffusion: Put a few drops in your regular diffuser in order to produce splendid aroma.
- Internal use: Do not dilute more than a drop of the oil in 4 fl. oz. of liquid.
- Topical use: You can use it with or without carrier oil.
- It may support healthy functioning of your respiratory and digestive system.
- It may help you reduce excessive tension as well as the occasional fatigue.
- Herbaceous and camphoraceous
- Steam distillation
- Flower and leaves
Camphor, alpha-pinene and eucalyptol.
*The above mentioned statements are not approved or evaluated by the FDA. Therefore, the product is not to be used to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease.