Rosemary is an imposing and very beautiful native of the Mediterranean
slopes, from all aboveground parts of which the essential
oil of the same name is obtained – a legendary plant. Its name indicates a coastal
origin, and many associate the legend with the plant itself about how the
bush from white flowering turned blue after the
Virgin Mary hung her cloak on it . But this is not why rosemary is called legendary, because
this spice is one of the first cultures that began to be used in
religious rituals and medical purposes, having the status of a sacred
plant among ancient civilizations.
Botanical name: Rosmarinus officinalis.
Family: Laminaceae / Labiatae.
Color: Colorless to pale yellow.
Country of origin: Tunisia.
Plant parts: Leaves, twigs and flowers.
- disinfects and has anti-inflammatory effect
- rosemary is useful for those who suffer from varicose veins
relieve headaches caused by nervous tension and stress,
rub (10% dilution in base oil) on the forehead, temples and neck
- during aroma smoking or in an aromatic bath promotes relaxation of the body
- stimulating the central nervous system, rosemary helps to overcome mental fatigue and lethargy
- gives clarity to the mind, brings thoughts in order
- increases alertness and concentration
- helps to concentrate (data entry when working with a computer, long distances with drivers, etc.)
- has a positive effect on memory
- helps to memorize foreign words, names and numbers
- the oil has a strong antiseptic and tonic effect
- stimulates local blood circulation and cell renewal
- specially used for oily skin prone to local circulatory disorders
- used for seborrhea
- balances sebum production in oily skin
- has an excellent astringent effect
- tightens pores
- smooths out irregularities
- drains, shrinks pores
- prevents the formation of comedones
Mode of application:
Aroma lamp: 3-7 rooms for 15 m2.
Baths: 4-7 k (be sure to pre-mix with an emulsifier: 100-200 gr. Sea or table salt)
Saunas: 5-6 rooms for 15 m2.
Massage: 3-7 c. For 15 g of transport oil.
Enrichment of cosmetics: 1-5 c. Per 10 g of base (cream, shampoo …)
Scented medallions: 1-2 c.
Avoid using rosemary essential oil for epilepsy.
People with hypertension should be careful.
Do not use throughout pregnancy!
Bottle 5 ml
This product is not a medical product.