An evergreen shrub with numerous branches, Rosemary’s bark is ash-colored and scaly with leathery, thick leaves that are lustrous and dark green with white underneath. Its tiny pale blue blossoms abound from December through spring, and it can grow to heights of close to 2 meters in height. Its name means ‘dew of the sea’ because Rosemary naturally grows near the Mediterranean Sea. It has been used medicinally for several thousand years, and its leaves were traditionally burned to purify the air.
Rosemary Essential Oil is extensively used in aromatherapy as its fresh, deliciously herbaceous aroma helps overcome sluggishness and to alleviate the feeling of lethargy. This oil is very strong and is recommended to be used in small-to-moderate amounts.
Aromatic Diffusion: Two to four drops in your favorite diffuser.
Topical Application: Dilute one drop to four drops vegetable base Carrier Oil, and apply to desired area and gently massage in.
This oil should not be used by those who are pregnant, nursing; under the care of a physician, or taking medications. Dilute well before use; for external use only. May cause skin irritation in some individuals; a skin test is recommended prior to use. Contact with eyes should be avoided. Keep out of reach of children.
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